Vlad Savov:
>Where the trouble arises is in the fact that not all Androids are born equal. The quality of user experience on Android fluctuates wildly from device to device, sometimes even within a single phone manufacturer’s product portfolio, resulting in a frustratingly inconsistent landscape for the willing consumer.

This is a really good post by Savov and he touches on a lot of really important points. The above quotes passage though is the heart of the problem for consumers — it’s like buying a GM car and having nothing but troubles with the car, you will be forever biased against GM cars.

It’s not the Android is necessarily bad — its that, right now, buying an Android phone is a bit of a crapshoot for the general consumer.

Posted by Ben Brooks