This is why sudden abrupt changes in short times sometimes signify that the product was not designed correctly in the first place, and it won't ever be if they keep doing it. That's what android does.Implementing such features in Android is much harder, as it requires developers support and Android isn't nearly as vertically integrated as iOS. iOS developers have very few devices that don't differ much from one and the other to worry about, whereas Android developers belong to the exact opposite world.
Motorola, Infinix Note S, Nokia to name a few. has Moto G74, theee is no action button. Nothing as such in Edge 40 as well. Are you referring to Moto Actions, which are simple gestures.
Then, why release a new phone every year. If it is designed right, there is no need for a new phone. Right?This is why sudden abrupt changes in short times sometimes signify that the product was not designed correctly in the first place, and it won't ever be if they keep doing it. That's what android does.
iOS despite being same every year, just small changes here and there, tells me the product is designed right and is being refined/polished further and further every year.
Looks like iPhone is getting hot while charging. So much so that it stops charging. Till now I see only one instance.
Makes sense. Sometimes I think companies do not invest much in QC and then takes their customer base as testing people for free, oops my bad with customers paying 1.5l for testing their product.
the product is designed right and is being refined/polished
Initial batches will have problems, it has always been the case.
With other brands QC issues remain prominent, with apple it will go away in few months at least the main ones.I guess at this point, cheap brands like Xiaomi cut corners in QC to increase profit margin & expensive brands like Apple cut corners in QC simply because they can afford to at no reputational risk.
Worse than you think. There's just no proper QC. Issues are often and at best handled via replacements.With other brands QC issues remain prominent
Understandable, but I don't know man, 46.7C bad? From such a premium device? I guess, this could come down to either of these things - Subpar recycled batteries or communication gap between design and manufacturing in their production process.something somewhere is bound to go bad