I look forward to your impending speeding ticket. Hint: Cops read the crowdsource info too.prizrak;n3547278 said:before spectre chimes in, got it over the V1 due to it having a connected app which allows to crowdsource and it being recommended by Alex Roy in one of his columns about how to get away with speeding.
Should arrive by Wednesday so going to take it out for a test drive
I don't quite follow your logic here, yes cops read crowdsource info but it's not like they can "remove" themselves from the app to catch people out. I also watched quite a few Vortex Radar test videos and V1 is by far not the most sensitive RD nor is it significantly better than the 360 in everything aside from laser detection, which is irrelevant without a jamming capability. V1 also has basically non-existent filtering*, which in NYC makes it pointless.Spectre;n3548037 said:I look forward to your impending speeding ticket. Hint: Cops read the crowdsource info too.
Having never used a previous phone I didn't realise there were problems with the new screen format, they have all looked perfect as far as I can tell. The extra length of the screen is fantastic despite the phone being smaller overall than my old Sony.leviathan;n3548352 said:Seriously though, I've had my X now since November and while still having some buyer's remorse over the price tag, I'm very happy with the device overall. Almost all apps I use have been updated for the new screen format, and most make very good use of the extra real estate.
That's what I'm going for, so far so good! I've even got my head around iCloud, which as it happens is the cheapest cloud storage I have seen. I'm paying 79p a month for 50GB!prizrak;n3548366 said:At the risk of sounding cliche, iPhone does tend to just work, it doesn't have as much customization as Android does and they do like to lock things down to apple only apps/services (like say I can't use Google Maps with my watch) but it is quite stable.
leviathan;n3548352 said:The only annoyance is that this phone absolutely cannot be used without a case, if you want it to survive for any stretch of time. The glass front and back are unbelievably slippery, to the point where it'll slide off a table that's half a degree off perfectly level.
Agreed, as much as I like the design and materials used it feels very fragile without a case. I'm currently in paranoid mode and have a big fat Spigen case on it but I might get something smaller later on. the last phone I had which I was happy to use without a case was my HTC OneX+.prizrak;n3548366 said:I feel like all modern phones need a case if for no other reason than they feel way too thin in my hand.