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As others have said, NOT genuine.
on 16 November 2011
I am not mad, I realise that for under £4 it is unlikely that I am going to get a new, genuine, HTC charger.
That said; I was hoping for something of slightly better quality that what I have received. The packaging has a much higher feeling of quality than the shabby, scratched plastic charger that has appeared in today's post.
I cannot help but be both amused and concerned that the producers "quality" control couldn't even print the HTC logo on the correct side of the adaptor. Again, as others have already reported - the usb cable is of the generic type that you can find for a few pence on eBay or as spares loitering around at most companies.
The decision I have to make now, is do I entrust my £300+ phone to this as a mains power source, hoping that it won't damage the battery and possibly the phone. The jury is still out on that one; however the indications are not good.
In the meantime, I shall continue to puzzle over the implications of Amazon listing an item on their site (albeit via a third party supplier) when the item to me is so clearly not genuine.