Thanks Meter 3473
Join Date: Jan 2009
Location: Spokane, Washington
Originally Posted by Bruce lee roy
not surprised at all. Just look @ how every critical post here are met with a barrage of attacks, mostly consisting of the same usual suspects. They are too adamant about defending every little criticsm. If a product is really good, it needs no defense.
You're confusing constructive criticism and the discussion of issues with incessant bitching; as you said, by a lot of the same people. How many threads and posts are needed to discuss the external speaker, region lock, and other common issues? If I see one more sensationalized thread title with a thumbs down, "I'm disappointed," and/or !!!! I'm going to scream. And it's pretty narcissistic for people who start threads like that to think everyone shares their views and ranks things with the same importance they do.
The OP's railing on three points. The N3's display cracking from a drop of 5' on to its face is just stupid; most phones would suffer the same fate. Yes, the speaker volume on the N3 is pretty poor. But OP keeps referencing the LG G2 and it's speaker puts out the same volume as the N3 according to GSMArena. The benchmark "thing" is already being discussed in a dedicated thread which, if people here read it, it isn't a big deal.
That is unless people are looking for stuff to bitch about which in many cases is exactly what's happening and start threads repeating what's already being discused to claim their 15 minutes of fame.
And can anyone here show my a "perfect" Android device? I've been following phone launches for years and haven't seen one. And "perfect" is in the eye of beholder. To me, I just want the N3 to better than the N2 in enough areas to warrant the investment I'm making in it.