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Old February 12th, 2011, 07:03 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Haven't played with it much but so far ....

What i don't like:

1. The battery cover is a bitch to remove. Even when you get your fingernail in that little groove, it's still painfully hard to get it open

2. The sim card/microsd card cover doesn't seal completely on the sides, you still have a slight gap between the metal casing and the back cover so you get a little bit of free play when you grip it.

3. The camera quality is sub par for 8 megapixels. Pictures look grainy. The video quality is much better though

What I do like:

1. No lag at all, everything is buttery smooth. Pinch browsing is like iOS,

2. The feel of this phone is solid. It has a bit of heft to it and just feels like a quality device.

3. New sense 2.0 is just beautiful

Anybody have questions

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2. The sim card/microsd card cover doesn't seal completely on the sides, you still have a slight gap between the metal casing and the back cover so you get a little bit of free play when you grip it.

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Is this something that you foresee causing problems in any way?
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Is this something that you foresee causing problems in any way?
Not really but when you grip the phone at the bottom it puts pressure on the ends making it easier to slide the back cover off. I guess it's more of an annoyance than anything. with a case on, you won't even notice it.
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How's the call volume/quality compared to the Captivate?
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