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Old 10-29-2009, 10:45 AM   #21 (permalink)
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I'd put my money you'd end up with the Shell of the phone.
They did some clear editing on this, AND it's completely common to find a TV version Curve. HA

Brother ended up falling on something like this, he just ended up with a box though.
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It's a dual sim, dual active china fone. it also has a TV tuner you can watch TV broadcast. Nice copy cat with practical features! I've actually seen two variations, one with trackball and another with D-Pad. Nice to have one and play around especially its price is 1/5 cheaper than the original Javelin
Old 11-02-2009, 09:04 AM   #23 (permalink)
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has anyone ever bought one of these and had a play??
I thought about it but didnt know if it was worth the money 75-80 here,

for some people i suppose its a way of looking like thya have all the latest phones with out the contracts or the outlay for the handset!!
they seem to cover most the modern phones!
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No, its not worth the money.
Its a fake.
Even if your lucky enough to get the phone and not just an empty box, i doubt it would even work.
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