(Posts: 1075; Member since: 19 Oct 2011)
no, a lumia without a flash is an epic fail.
If kyocera can put a flash on my brother's $40 android phone,
Why can't nokia fit a flash into their $150 phone?
I think I'm pass this time... Consider that there some negative reply about this device...
(Posts: 320; Member since: 21 May 2013)
u cant be serious dude, samsung got tons of negative reviews but still sell like hot cake.
(Posts: 863; Member since: 07 Mar 2013)
You will pass? Pigs would end up flying if you really bought a windows phone and kept on using it, given how you have been bashing them. Negative replies are just a cheap excuse.
Complaints about hardware issues happen to all devices nowadays. My friend's Galaxy S3 camera module had issues within a week after he bought it on launch day and the whole camera module had to be changed;
some guy in a local forum here, he bought a Lumia 920 and the screen just froze and crash after some days, and it ended up being a motherboard issue, and there were also other cases of dead pixels;
Another friend of mine in Facebook. her iPhone's battery somehow expanded/bloated and leaked, even twisting teh device's aluminium frame itself and cracked the screen. She got a replacement unit. It's almost impossible to overcharge a battery nowadays, especially high end devices. My phones are USBed to a computer or sits on a wireless charging stand if im not using it and let it charge,m regardless of how much battery is left. I treated my old N8 like that and after almost 3 years the battery is still doing great.
When everything is made in you-know-which-country, QC issues are bound to happen. Even if those unit wasnt made in China that doesnt mean it will not have QC issues. It's all down to luck sometimes.
(Posts: 11; Member since: 27 May 2013)
wendy probably got burned by the trollphobic coating on this phone.
me? i wish i lived in the US, then i would buy a 521 for every member of my family.