| | 01-19-13, 06:46 AM Thread Author #9
Maybe you are right. Not worth the risk of taking it apart. Don't get me wrong....I love my P9981 and I have even got a spare one as standby. It is just that I am a little disappointed with all the problems that I had with the phone (started with battery drainage when off, leather coming off back cover, trackpad giving up, the paint coming off the keypad etc) plus the fact that RIM seems to be in a world of their own ...... like not letting consumers know what their software revisions do, disregarding all our complaints regarding the P9981 and not producing something that is worth the USD2,000 we paid for our phones.
Originally Posted by filoinstyle
I think all of us share a common thing....we love luxury smartphones that has quality and brains. Initially, when the P9981 was launched, I thought WOW....this is what I had been waiting for. But I think it is lacking in the quality and QC department. While we can accept a USD2,000 hyped up version of the 9900, however, I think RIM needs to give us something of a higher quality. Even the painted keys on the 9900 does not flake off and the trackpad works fine. I will keep my p9981 as long a RIM is around but looking at the prognosis, I am not taking my chances and am looking for an alternative now.