No name, 03 Dec 2016Buy iphone 7 plus. Problem solvedWhy would anyone sane buy a phone with no headphone socket?
That charger/headphone shared socket on iphone 7 has its wear/tear lifelimit.
Its the decades stupidest design decision of mobile industry.
Xavi3r, 02 Dec 2016Ok this is a top end phone from google that should work flawlessly at least in theory. Now why... moreWhat the?
No way I d buy a phone that would have this serious privacy issue.
I dont believe this, but wouldnt be surprised if true also. Big bro is everywhere.
For the oldest here, this is the same problem the Samsung Galaxy Nexus had.. A software update solved it.
seems like the rf signal emitted from the phone is affecting the camera/imaging path. especially that rf signal is boosted when in lower coverage. either an rf interference or a power supply issue. thats serious! not fixable
Xavi3r, 02 Dec 2016Ok this is a top end phone from google that should work flawlessly at least in theory. Now why... moreWhat bs! You have no idea what you are talking about. Do you have any proof to back your claim?
The stock camera app on my Nexus 6P freezes a lot quite often too. So they need to fix it ASAP.
thank god it didn't came with NEXUS name... this sth!t would have spolid that iconic name.
Where is Microsoft team to read this and see how "proffesionals" deal with problems, and not ditch it when many people complain about losing their contacts photos without hearing anything back.
this is what you get when you redesign a phone 8 months from launch, they should have stuck with their original designs and hardware.
Thank you for the early buyers of this phone. Paying $650 or more for a phone and being beta testers is much appreciated.
No issues with my (arguably but not really arguably best camera on a phone) LG G5 camera :)
Not good Google. When you plan to launch the most expensive Android ever released then you should have taken care of these issues beforehand. This is not the only real issue either.
Ok this is a top end phone from google that should work flawlessly at least in theory. Now why would this phone have a problem with its camera app the moment it enters an area with poor network coverage? The answer might suprise you. Its because the moment you take a photo with the pixel phone, it sends the raw sensor data to google servers for processing and then the processed image is sent back to the phone, and you view a photo that couldn.t possibly look so good if the phone would have done the job alone. Much in the same way siri works. So thats why the camera app crashes when the signal is poor. Other big players in the smartphone industry wil follow google idea in order to keep up with google.