Originally Posted by Gatorguy
Yes, but you said you actually had them for sale IIRC.
No one cares about the marketing material other than Apple do they? I'm curious if your hands-on with the Galaxy II is similar to the Cha-Cha (never seen or heard of that one)
The experience of the screen not responding as it should e.g. menu items opening when the screen should be swiping across to a new one or the unlock screen not swiping properly, is exactly the same.
It seems to be an inherent problem with every Android device I've tried, from the HTC Magic to the EVO 3D, with Legends, X10's, X10 Mini Pro's, Ideos, Optimus, Optimus Black, Nexus S, Galaxy S, INQ Cloud Touch, Motorola Flipout, Motorola Milestone 2, Salsa and Cha Cha in between.
Not one of them has the smooth fluidity of iOS and the ability to read from a touch the intention of what a user is wanting to do based on the way the touch is instigated, they ALL get it wrong at one time or another, leaving the frustrating experience of having to close a program and navigate back to the start or just plain not doing what they are supposed to.
The constant stream of "hang on", "sorry about that", "almost got it" coming from the mouth of anyone trying to show something on an Android handset is blindingly obvious.
I'll sell you whatever you want to buy, a white Nexus S with a black front that's almost like an iPhone 3G/S or a white Galaxy S 2 with a white front thats almost like an iPhone 4.