I've been on Android before.. MANY times... one thing to remember.
Short little post.. i'll try to keep it as short as possible.
I've owned the first Droid, the Nexus one. eventually got the G2x, Bought a SGS2 from the UK dropped a sim in it.
I guess you can say (since people are saying the SGS2 is the current best android phone) that I've had some of the best android devices out.
Remember one thing folks, and the only reason why i'm saying this is because this happened to me with the G2X, and also happened to me with the SGS2..
i got the SGS2 and was blown away by the specs... i said WOW.. these specs are awesome..
literally 24 hours later.. i said to myself Now what?
Thus the ultimate problem with android.
It just does NOT have stuff like this coming out for it.
- 10-07-2011, 10:25 AM #2
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- 10-07-2011, 10:29 AM #3
How does this have anything to do at all with the iPhone 4S, or any iPhone really?
I understand your point, but honestly, there are other places for threads like this...and this 4S forum is becoming very full of threads that either belong in other areas or are duplicated 100x over.
- 10-15-2011, 04:18 PM #5
- 10-16-2011, 01:11 AM #6
- 10-16-2011, 07:27 PM #7
Well i use a game system to play games not a tiny little screen. Not to mention who really cares? I mean if that is the only thing that one OS has over another to most that really doesn't matter. I have owned both android and iphone.
- 10-16-2011, 07:40 PM #8
- 10-20-2011, 12:57 AM #9
I don't think "Android Phones are Garbage". The hardware is usually (not always but usually) cutting edge. That isn't the problem. The problem is a buggy, laggy, OS. It was clearly noted that the demo unit of the Galaxy Nexus was laggy and that the screen wasn't always responsive to touch input. This was my experience with Gingerbread on the EVO. This has been the experience of others who got Android phones because of the hardware specs and customization options. Application crashes are common, so the quality just isn't there in the Android Market either. Google isn't addressing the USER EXPERIENCE. They keep increasing the geek factor with every new iteration, versus trying to make the thing useable for people who aren't engineers and tinkerers. Also, Google always releases a Nexus phone that has one or two great specs and then every other Android phone released after it has better specs while not getting the newest updates until maybe summer of the following year, if then. The performance just isn't consistent and the user experience just isn;'t satisfying enough to make people stand in line to buy one, wait all day for the activation server to allow them to complete the transaction of buying one, and sell 4million of them in three days. That however did happen with the iPhone 4S, despite it not having all of the cutting edge hardware specs checked.