Ok, I was just wondering for those of us who are now in this multi - week, extended delay for our phones, is your passion for wanting the phone waining?
Do you think that if you do have some of the various issues that have shown up, will you be less tolerant?
Has the extended wait affected your love life?
For me I would say the following, after almost a month now of waiting for the phone, I just want a new phone and I want it to work, I think I could care less that it can do all these "incredible" things, I just want a phone at this point. And based on how hard it is to get, I am a little worried that if I do have issues, I don't think I can wait another month to get a replacement phone, you know?
I don't know a few months ago, I couldn't wait for this phone to come out and now I am like..."Meh..."
Maybe I will love it, maybe it really will be incredible, who knows..
Just wondering if anyone else was feeling the same way...
I got my phone for 100 bucks with my new every 2 discount, so no, I won't buy another....it's just at this point the "newness" of the phone has already wore off and I don't even have the phone yet. That and this lack of communcation from Verizon, the inconsistant messages we get, some CSR's say a 10 day delay, some say 5, some say they can't tell anything, some will email people back etc.. It's like a bad soap opera, I just want the phone I paid for and I want it to work....it's just a little frustrating I mean it's not like the Incredible is the Iphone or anything.. (I know it's better....)
I'm at week 3 and I can't say my anticipation is any different. I've been playing with EVOs since actually ordering my Incredible.
As far as the issues, I'm not too concerned about those because the later you get your device means it comes from a different batch. Meaning that issues that have been identified with the previous batches in manufacturing should be corrected.
When the HTC Droid Incredible launched in spring of 2010, it quickly became one of Verizon's hottest Android phones ever. Sporting many of the same features as its cousin, the Google-branded Nexus One, the Incredible features a 1GHz Snapdragon ... Read More