Let's take a moment and take stock of what we have here people:
We have a member of our COMMUNITY, who went out on a limb and advocated to his employer to create a unique product for our previoulsy-described "niche" phone and created arguably a badass item. Does it have some flaws? Sure. What product designed in California and built on spec in Asia doesn't have issues on its first run out of the gate? Think of it like this; the OP got his employer who makes arguably 90% of its revenue from iOS products to take a gamble on the uber-nerdiest of Android devices?!? In my world that takes stones. I say this as an entrepreneur as well as someone who has had spec-designed products brought in from Asia: its not as easy as it may seem on the surface.
How many of us have bitched out loud or under our breath about the abundance of accessories for those damned iZombie devices? Most of us I'm sure. Now we are being harsh on one of our own for trying to bring us up to date? FAIL. To quote one of the more popular memes of the day: "This is why we can't have nice things..." How many other potential innovators are looking at this thread saying: screw that flak, iPhone is easier...
Nexus-land is the realm of the early adopter. Shit, plenty of us were crack flashing incomplete JB ROMs based on Nandroids from Google I/O knowing full well the potential risks involved. Constructive criticism is one thing, being a whiner is another. Hell, the topic started as a poll for God's sake...
Couldn't have said it better myself
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Edited by flegma3124, 10 August 2012 - 04:23 AM.