How about reporting on the slew of problems that One X owners are are having with their phones
-browser issues and graphical corruption: http://forum.xda-developers.co...hp?t=1590956
HTC One X Screen banding issues: http://forum.xda-developers.co...hp?t=1590400
Other known issues:
-Screen stops turning orientation, even in settings menu G-sensor no longer moves.
-Calendar widget crashes if more then 20 appointments
-HTC widgets seem to be causing lag too.
-GPU Rendering can't be forced.
-Live wallpaper stops on switching between screens
-GPS issues - Possible
-Screen starts "jumping"
-When browsing/camera/other Sense 4.0 related tasks -> It looks like there is "noise" on the screen
-SIM card stops working/restarts/no connection
-The three dot menu button appears in some ICS native apps, like the YouTube app for example
-Tegra 3 games (and some others) lag
-Screen reactivating after using the lock-button (only 1 click ofc)
-Lag in Multi-Tasking window and other elements
-A lot of people are reporting signal problems.
-Yellow spots on the screen
That's beta testing I'd say
[deleted post]Geez that was fast!!! Before finsihing posting my comment, you were already history :-(
Nithin_S, 10 Apr 2012I'm disappointed by the display on the Lumia 900. Besides being lower in resolution than compe... moreThe Nokia Lumia 900 has exactly the same screen as Samsung Galaxy S II. Same RGB AMOLED, same resolution, and same screen size. And no Galaxy S II user is complaining. You're probably nitpicking.
Now read this symbian users,
I'm disappointed by the display on the Lumia 900. Besides being lower in resolution than competitive devices (new Android phones at 1280 x 720 and the iPhone at 960 x 640), I felt colors were far too saturated. This is a pretty common problem with AMOLED screens, but the issue seems pronounced on the Lumia 900 thanks to the starkness of the Windows Phone interface. Combined with the lower resolution display (which is particularly notable with white text against that black background), the effect is jarring.
Divy, 10 Apr 2012nokia - disconnecting peoplemost pathetic comment lol
oh so all the other nokia phones were just test phones for the lumia 900. Another reason to not buy nokia :))
Totally agree with who said that was the connection problem, well said, we should wait the global version of this phone, if its still happened in the global version then its nokia faults..btw..i still love Nokia.
Nokia is going in the dip day by day, Nokia is not able for called a king of mobile phones world.
Some android phones are also having the same issues. So it is a carrier problem.
Several sources are saying that it's the AT&Ts APN settings that are messed up.
Just read all these reviews
Lumia 900 is fantastic
Perhaps they are following in the steps of Apple....
This might just be a "feature" HA! HA!