Hudinited, 30 Mar 2018Actually you are not so right... Sammy had about half year to test major things as calls right... moreWho said that s9 had bad call stability? They just improved upon it. You're just nitpicking. It's impossible to make a devices as complicated as this perfect.
ProJames, 30 Mar 2018That's not just them. Other OEMs do it. Microsoft does that ever since they began MS-DOS.. IBM... moreActually you are not so right... Sammy had about half year to test major things as calls right? S8 was major again... You remember redish display? Note 8 radom restarts? Note 7 battery? I can understand if bug is in notes,camera filters, random stop some 3rd party app but i cant ignore that someone gives 900 bucks for phone that call quality is bad. It's a phone right?
I have been using the GS9+(Exynos version) for quite a while now. Counting from erasing cache in recovery to factory resetting to setting up the phone like a new device, I did not leave any basic troubleshooting but failed to resolve three issues:
1. The phone does warm up a bit even with the slightest usage.
2. The Samsung Experience is still not upto the mark in terms to fluidity, has minor lags here and there that can be felt.
3. Even with light to moderate usage, batterylife is just average, need to charge every evening(say at around 7, 8 PM) after having a full charge in the morning at around 8 AM.
software improvement should be made on the camera app. keep pressing the shooting button quickly 5 times, 7 times. not 5 or 7 images are captured. not as fast as the s8, s7 does. any other people discovered this issue?
i think it is the software issue of the camera app.
Disaster of Samsung.I don't find any existing thing to buy this phone .
It would be nice if Samsung could put out an update that would improve camera quality, especially regarding depth and blowouts which I feel are the main weaknesses compared to the pixel 2 and p20 pro.
Hudinited, 30 Mar 2018This becomes a tradition for samsung... first sell than fix. That's not just them. Other OEMs do it. Microsoft does that ever since they began MS-DOS.. IBM did that too. Every company that does software release first their thingy, make some money, and then fix it afterwards. Every Android OEM does that. Or else you'd never ever see their product released (bug-less software has become impossible to be made, because of the complexity of modern Operating Systems, complexity of devices which have now hundreds of components and sub-components, and legacy components)
Hudinited, 30 Mar 2018This becomes a tradition for samsung... first sell than fix. Hhhha hugs ..
They know problems only aftet sale..
Their r and d is too slow and lazy