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We couldn't deny that the ASUS-built O2 Xda Zest was a real, live, breathing mobile, but at long last the carrier has made the phone available for purchase. Hailed as the first O2 Xda to be offered on a Pay&Go prepaid plan (as well as a traditional postpaid plan), the Windows Mobile 6.1-based un

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November 10, 2008 at 4:48PM
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Sure enough, the ASUS-built O2 Xda Zest is more than just a figment of someone's imagination, though speaking of imaginations, we simply can't hear this phone's name without thinking about the soap. Sorry, just can't do it. All that aside, the handset has finally made its way onto the carrier's \"Com

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What could possibly constitute a \"zesty\" smartphone? We're not sure, but if O2's latest Xda device intends to live up to its name, we're going to find out. An ASUS-sourced handset bearing the \"GM5 / Crystal / Xda Zest\" name just garnered approval from the Global Certification Forum, and as we all kn

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