Rezound or Spectrun

Discussion in 'HTC Rezound' started by RVnut, Jan 21, 2012.

  1. JeffDenver

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    I think you really mean subjective, but ironically, your actual quote is right. Screen quality can indeed be objective. Higher resolution is always better for quality of an image (for example), all other factors being equal. And in any event, the information does not necessarily need to be objective to be useful.

    Which is why you need more than one opinion. If you have 50 people saying a screen looks like crap for every 1 person that says it looks great, it might be a good indication that the phone has a crappy screen.

    And there is never a shortage of opinions in pissing contest threads. They attract phone nerds like flies.
     
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    Never a shortage of opinions from those who have no hands on time with a device either.

    Take it for what its worth ya'll.

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    A VW bug from a junkyard is exactly as good as a brand new corvette until you have driven them both. Otherwise, saying one is better than the other is a completely invalid opinion. You need hands on experience to make a decision.
     
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    I know people have been commenting on this, but there is no way that the picture from the spectrum could be preferred over the rezound's in that wirefly video. Haha, if the pictures are too dark, bump up the exposure or something. I have been absolutely blown away by the pictures I've taken with the Rezound...especially in low light. Sorry if this is a stale subject within this thread...just couldn't help myself. :blink:
     
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    If he has some killer pictures from the Spectrum, I'd like to see them. Maybe I am wrong. But I can only base my opinion of what I have seen so far.

    And my opinion doesn't appear to be in the minority. That review is almost completely consistent with what I've already said.
     
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    There's a few pics from a Rezound in this thread taken from inside a Verizon store. http://www.droidforums.net/forum/showthread.php?t=196410

    What do you think? I got the same result from a Rezound demo unit, which I thought wasnt too good. I also took pics from a demo Spectrum at the same time. Both were on auto settings. The Spectrum looked great in comparison.

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    Refer to the bunny picture in the Engadget review.

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    Terrible example.

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    Lol!

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    Great bunny picture. What is it supposed to prove?
     
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    Some specs are going to be fact, others are going to be a matter of preference or opinion - MOST probably fall somewhere in between.

    Personally, I'd like to know what the "general consensus" is when it comes to comparisons (e.g. camera quality). Will that "consensus" be more helpful then a walk in hands on comparison in store - maybe, maybe not. But not everyone has the time, patience, skill, or audacity to go into the store every week and fiddle for an hour doing impromptu comparisons between the newest handsets. Though I would admit, this would likely yield the most reliable result.
    As regards to the Spectrum, it looks like a great handset. Maybe it's design isn't sensational (i.e. Razr), and the specs aren't unrivaled - but I like the simple form factor, slim design, and nice screen. IMHO, from what little I know, it looks like another first tier phone for verizon - along with Razr, gnex, and Rezound.

    I'm going to stick with Rezound; got to settle down somewhere eventually.


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    Very well said. Although I feel the opposite about the Razr's design. :)

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