Discussion in 'Android News' started by Shadez, Nov 17, 2011.
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The screens dpi is alot higher then my D1, 265 dpi vs 319. How could they torture us like that? Lol, jk. ill be very content with a 319 dpi. better then the razr 256 dpi which is lower then the D1.
Might seem silly, but I see that instead of the "Google" logo on the back cover, the device in the videos is showing a "Verizon 4G LTE" logo instead. I'd much rather just have the "Google" logo.
^^ Nice comparison pic. Either way I know the screen will be nicer than my current device so I will be happy I am sure.
You have just been benson'd
Yeah, not bad at all.
Top three screens will be:
1. Htc Rezound
3. Galaxy Nexus
Well, if you look here at 0:15 in 1080p/Fullscreen :
The cross-hatched nature of the pentile display is quite evident. Granted, it is fairly zoomed in, but it is still there. I'll wait to pass judgement till I get my hands on it at a store (if they stock any), but I was sorely disappointed with the Razr screen, and I'm still waiting to find a decent phone that betters my OG screen. I wish the Razr or the Nexus had the Rezound screen.
WTF, it's a four and a half inch screen... How super high quality do you need? The pics above are super magnified already and they are both clear enough.
I'm just looking forward to my first new phone since the D1 and to not have something as thin as the Razr, and with a battery that is a little better than the Rezound. After holding the Razr, no way would I buy it. Though the Rezound does feel good in my hands, I don't do iTunes type music so I'd be hoping to get super great music from sat radio or Pandora. lol
No Gorilla Glass on the Galaxy Nexus, No Worries – Survives Key Scratch Test with Flying Colors – Droid Life: A Droid Community Blog
Meh... Stop it with the keys, if you want a test try an exacto knife or maybe even a two minuite tussle with steel wool. In any case, im more worried about the drop test then the scratch one. im a screen protector guy so scratches arnt going to happen. I dislike how the battery covor comes off though, it seems kinda cheap looking expecially how you have to take a minute and press all corners in. im use to the slide in D1 covor which is pretty exact.
No joke, I went in to look at the RAZR on launch day and naturally the sales woman followed me like she was attached. I noted to my girlfriend jokingly that it had a Kevlar back on it like it was supposed to stop bullets. The sales girl made an almost too serious face and commented, "Yeah it's so strong that if you had it in your shirt pocket and got shot, it would literally stop the bullet!"
She may or may not be right, but I don't think that's something I trust Motorola enough to test.
Anyway, the how to commercials were decent teasers but I liked the actual commercial, although it was very iPhone-esque; nothing wrong with that though of course. I like how they show the girl on the bench eating an ice cream sandwich though.
Everything looks bad zoomed in , look at this http://bp.uuuploads.com/macro-photography-human-eye/eye-macro-photo-1.jpg
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