- 05-21-2012, 09:52 PM #76
- 99 Posts
I too am surprised by the AC response. So the software is working as designed - that doesn't mean the software isn't poorly implemented or thought out, or that we cannot legitimately critique it. Case in point:
We need to keep this alive and post to HTC, if that's possible. The original evo had a 30 FPS cap for quite a while. HTC kept claiming nothing could be done, despite the modding community proving otherwise almost immediately.
Eventually HTC relented and made a change that raised the fps limit to 60, and the experience on the phone was greatly improved.
Keep up the feedback! It can make a difference!
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Re: Does multitasking work correctly?
AC is a big enough site and they could've taken up this issue and side with the users. Or at least stay neutral on the subject. The response I must say is disappointing.
The number of people who are even aware of these issues is very very small and it is important for big sites to constantly push for improvements and make oem's fix mistakes. There will be millions of customers who buy their phones and don't know how to do this kind of testing. They will only become aware their phone is broken by design some time later when its too late to return it, assuming they can even return it. This kind of news needs to hit major news sites.