- Reception and call quality Constantly switching between 4G, 2G, and X (no reception). If my phone loses reception when my wife's galaxy s has no problems, I start to wonder.
- Display A nice vibrant screen, but still no Super AMOLED display (Galaxy S) or Super AMOLDED+ (Galaxy S II).
- Battery life Just about on par with any other Android device out there, but on 4G, can drain it a little faster.
- Camera No comments
- Ease of use No comments
- Design and form factor Feels like a wonderfully solid device. Unlike the Galaxy S, which felt cheap, this feels very sturdy.
- Portability (size / weight) It may look a little bulky, but the beveled edges allow it to slip right into my pocket.
- Media support Plays all of the stuff I need it to.
- Durability Again, this phone feels really well designed, and solidly built.
- Ecosystem (apps, accessories, etc.) Android Market. Once you know how to get through the cruft of the market, you can find some really great stuff.
Unfortunately neither T-Mobile or LG seem to be issuing any statement about these issues, other than T-Mobile stating that there is a supply shortage. Now, this supply shortage has been lasting about 2 months, so I am starting to think that maybe they aren't having a supply issue, but rather LG is having some difficulty providing a fix for these issues, and T-Mobile was trying to stall.
Whatever the case, I hope that one of them finally fixes them, either by providing an update or by providing a different phone.
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