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quick review after a day of use.
Things I like
1. Keyboard. Did I say keyboard?
I'm still trying my fingers to get familiar with physical keys. Almost two years of wondering on virtual keyboard made it little bit uncomfortable but I love actually having the physical keyboard.
2. Call quality
Compare to my dear NexusOne, call quality is little better.
3. Hinge design
I remember how unsatisfied I was with G1's design or Xperia x1a with it's slide out. I didn't like how G1 continuously hitting the side and became loose or not so smooth sliding out mechanism of Xperia x1a's design. Fortunately my hinge didn't have any problem and works great.
So much thinner than I thought. Of course comparing to ones without physical keyboards this is much thicker but wow not bad at all.
now the things I don't like
1. G2 didn't restore all my apps from app store. I had to manually search and download them all again. Yes it still had my paid apps on there but none of them restored either.
2. Screen problems.
First, automatic brightness doesn't work. On top of that screen with white background flickers (i.e. surfing the web) when the brightness set to minimum.
3. Space bar on the keyboard
I really do wish space bar is little bit bigger. I do not need three quick keys. Two would been perfectly fine. I rather have a bit longer space bar.
4. Battery life
Probably due to auto-brightness not working properly, battery drained a lot quicker than i thought. It lasted me only 7 hrs on my first day.
Sigh... After work I'm going to T-Mobile store to exchange it =(