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Believe it or not, the polarizing HTC Advantage is still kicking around, and now it has sashayed its way over to O2. Based on a relatively informative product page hosted up by the carrier, we're looking at a pretty standard Advantage X7510 with a swank O2 logo (though rechristened the Xda Flint),

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December 9, 2008 at 8:32PM
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As with last week's How Would You Change, this iteration too involves the mobile crowd. Unlike last week, this rendition revolves around a much less pervasive device: HTC's Advantage X7150. For those of you who coughed up some serious cash in order to claim one, how would you like to see it tweaked

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There's no denying that HTC's Advantage X7510 fills a narrowing niche -- after all, how many of these things have you seen out and about in the subway / underground? Still, there's just something very enticing about a 5-inch VGA display, built-in GPS, HSDPA, WiFi, Bluetooth and a full-blown QWERTY

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