most say HTC Google Nexus One was THE phone to fill the gap during Summer of 2010 in South Korea, until Apple iPhone 4 finally landed .
and some say HTC Google Nexus One was KTF ‘Show’s test on how to run the order-and-deliver drill for forth-coming Apple iPhone 4 .. thought to be a mess as pre-orders were seen to cause a nation-wide panic .
as you might have guessed I use several phones, from line to Cell from matters of necessity, really . or more righteous to say I use several numbers – and several computers, printers, cameras and even vacuum cleaners – tricky for a large portion of my business mix with pleasure thus NOT a work-phone then a home-phone dividend . but there is one default phone I use the most .
and sorry to disappoint many, many but I am by nature a Google-person, whose Earth, Maps AND City-View guide me literally around the World .. and even in South Korea where it is /almost/ catching up with the next best local thing : Daum Map //
and I would have stuck onto it for its organic lines AND simply lovely AMOLED <3 but pre-historic dinosaurus battery drain AND virtually non-existent local product support waived a pass for me .
if you call-only then it would last over TWO days but as for me I would need FOUR times the basic battery life for a whole day AND night .
it is a full Season past its introduction into South Korea, yet most of working parts have NOT landed at contracted TG Sambo Computer’s Support Centers thus, you may have to opt to contact HTC Taiwan, where kindly they will do all they can for you .. as long you pay basic overseas support fees on top of round-trip courier package rates, which, is NOT much if you have a major problem .. but still
basically, you have THREE options if something goes wrong with your HTC Google Nexus One in South Korea :
- you can go directly to one of TG Sambo Computer’s Product Support Sites around the Penninsula,
- or call their Korean Support Line which links directly to personnel in Taiwan, who will coordinate – quite effectively – how AND where you can take your machine to for check-up AND/OR fixing,
- eMail, call or Fax HTC international Support in Taiwan directly, where you will be contacted by a wiz know-all technical support representative who will really take care of your machine . but here you pay a $10~20. overseas reigistration fee then pay /their/ choice of round trip registered express air shipping .
on the two beginning options you will have to go to OR send yours to TG Sambo Computer Product Support, where as a unique company that started affordable Personal Computers over the Nineties AND efficient NoteBooks over the Millennium, they have a working support center BUT the staff are simply NOT equipped to handle an unknown overseas brand yet . and there goes the good ol’Korean pastime of talking, talking as in a cafe in France //