This device is a mess. If you like pure android, Nokia is the only good way.
So they doubled the price of the Nexus for this?
"Sometimes things that are expensive are worse"
This junk phone has been out for just a couple of days now and guess what? "BURN IN, now Audio Problems, whats next? Battery Boom.
Miss those good old days when companies used to deliver stable products to consumers. Today, they are hurrying products and that has resulted in less than perfect hardware and software
I hope never infinity issue instead infinity P.oled
To Google! Give up man just because still you all an amateur in HARDWARE
Too much focus on Pixel 2 problems. As I know there are so many phones with so many bugs out there but they can never make their way to the headlines. Why are you trying to put this much of effort on a phone's problems? What do you achieve by doing stuff's like that?
Is it for real? Just TWO DEVICES PER YEAR! And these result with not ONE OR TWO flaws but at least 5 that I am aware of, if they would make so many models as huawei, samsung xiaomi etc, how many different pieces of garbage would they try to sell! I feel sorry for those who opted for these shitxels when they could get a decent device instead
Kirk, 28 Oct 2017Just like the other big brands out there, some phones that undergo inspection usually slip out... moreHTC and LG aren't new kids on the block to be excused for making issue prone phones. Being experienced brands they have a responsibility to Google and customers alike in providing a high quality product. In that they have failed in this particular episode.
Just two devices a year. Torchbearers of Pure Android. From Google and made by htc and LG. Premium price. So how a product should be? Should be flawless. But still so many issues cropping up now and then shows how poor the quality control is from all three involved. No company released such an erratic phone in recent years.
Sony Fanboy Bitches, 28 Oct 2017How can Google release a device with half-baked software?Just like the other big brands out there, some phones that undergo inspection usually slip out, and gets exposed when out in the public, the fact that their receiving feedback from the customer is
also a good sign that the already have a customer base, as a rising smartphone brand that's really
good news to them, and also to the customers as well, since the more competition they have out
there, new technology will always be developed, give them a break they're new to this and are
taking their time in getting used to it, especially google, which is already a big name brand in
almost any field, It wont be a joke if someone said that they'll dominate the smartphone market
within the next few years...
Sony Fanboy Bitches, 28 Oct 2017How can Google release a device with half-baked software?It's good though that they are listening.