(Posts: 438; Member since: 19 Feb 2010)
Apple fans will love this
Big deal !!! all wireless services are stealing from you, some more than others and Verizon is on top (have you stop and look at your bill? And if you are fan of a phone, you need to get a job. And if you hold a phone like that (which was not designed to be hold like that) get an education and then a job. You people are a bunch of dummies. Apple fans—come on!!! You can be a sport fan…not a phone. Yeah!! This is the future of a great country.
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Bad Service, Bad Products, Bad Choice, That's t-mobile!
(Posts: 155; Member since: 24 Feb 2010)
Well if consumers knew how to properly hold their smart phones, this wouldn't be an issue...
thats not the point.....>.>
who ever that is is to much XD lolol
Maybe the hinge issue is a soft ware issue and not a hardware issue. Let e-mail Steve and ask.
Actually it is Peter Chou that we'd have to e-mail.
(Posts: 41; Member since: 01 Jul 2010)
Hope Steve doesn't flame me for holding the phone wrong! :(
I saw an unboxing by phonedog.com and it didn't seen to have the hinge problems, but they didn't say anything about the memory.
(Posts: 145; Member since: 28 Mar 2010)
"Just don't hold it that way." - Steve Jobs
(Posts: 3104; Member since: 12 Jan 2010)
The thing is, all iphone 4 have the antenna issue and this will probably be just a few a G2s will have this issue.
(Posts: 81; Member since: 24 May 2010)
HTC manufacturers this phone, so this is primarily their problem. Yeah, T-Mobile is going to have to end up replacing some phones for consumers...some designs just have flaws that aren't immediately noticed. Manufacturers are pumping out handsets like crazy...defects are not surprising at this rate.
(Posts: 10; Member since: 15 Jan 2009)
If HTC would just stop trying to come up with these off-the-wall hinge designs there wouldn't be problems like this. There is zero reason the top slide on a slider phone needs to come up and away from the bottom half of the phone. A simple upward sliding motion ala MT3G Slide or numerous other slider units would have been perfectly fine and much more reliable overall. Not saying it's a bad phone or there aren't more perfectly functional units than defects, just a design observation/opinion.