9 posts • joined 29 Apr 2009
Re: More metal kit that blocks and thus drops more calls.
I have never had a single issue with call quality, signal quality (O2) is fantastic except in the middle of nowhere.
Regarding the grip of the sleek bit of kit, I agree. I went for a Trident Aegis case as I had one on the Sensation. Adds a fair bit of clunk and you lose the phones poncy wow factor but it's an excellent, sturdy case with added rubber for grip.
I love HTC, last three phones have been theirs and I hope they don't go down the toilet as I imagine I will stick with them.
Wake me up when they release Google Eyes (tm)
Have been running a hub3 for 6 months and have only had to reboot it once (which was a day after install).
It's surprisingly robust and very good range for the WiFi.
I'm far from a BT apologist but until this thing goes pop, I don't really have any complaints.
He's probably a bit too big now, much like Cumberbatch but I think he would be pretty cool.
Also saw a suggestion somewhere for Noel Fielding who would be glorious (and freak out the kids).
Quite looking forward to this, contract is up in May so there should be decent stock by then. Lack of storage not an issue for me as I'm running a stock sensation and these days just use it as a phone and have an N7 for other pissing about.
I believe split-screen co-op is in.
Bloody cloud nonsense
Reddit has been down since I got into the office this morning, I actually got some work done ffs!
Still using my ten year old A4 intuos (1) and shinies aside, see no reason to upgrade.
Still does exactly what it says on the, er, tin?
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