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  1. wnyjackson's Avatar
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    Default Any Lag on Z10....

    ...for the lucky users who live outside the US? Has any lag creeped into the OS? I'm really impressed with how responsive and snappy the UI is on the videos I've seen. And I'm curious if it remains crisp after time.

    I'm patiently awaiting my verizon Z10
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    No. Not even once in the 1.5 month I've had with it.
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    Sweet! I'm getting so excited waiting for my Z.
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    After two weeks, no complaints regarding lag. Fast and responsive, on par with or better than iPhone.
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    Haven't experienced any lag at all and I've had since day 1 in the U.K
    #BB10BELIEVE

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    Yes.

    Settings and (more importantly) the phone application. Aside from that, very snappy and lag-less.

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    Nope! Going great. No lagging seen at all yet after 6 weeks plus of use! : )

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    Quote Originally Posted by K00na View Post
    After two weeks, no complaints regarding lag. Fast and responsive, on par with or better than iPhone.
    Thanks for the reply. My wife's iPhones have all gotten laggy and its annoying. My 9930 tends to grow laggy as well but a reboot usually helps with that
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    What is lag? Something that android users contend with regularly.

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    Reboot helps with iPhones as well. Sometimes apples ram management isn't that perfect I think. However, even rebooting every two weeks or so is something I think is in order, generally. You reboot your computer from time to time as well, it just helps to keep things smooth.
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    What's also nice is the way the phone gracefully handles transitions and content loading.

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    About 2 to 3 weeks in, zero lag
    Just a damn good phone

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    Quote Originally Posted by wnyjackson View Post
    ...for the lucky users who live outside the US? Has any lag creeped into the OS? I'm really impressed with how responsive and snappy the UI is on the videos I've seen. And I'm curious if it remains crisp after time.

    I'm patiently awaiting my verizon Z10
    Lag is relative to your expectations. I still cannot believe that before Android's project butter the UX was considered laggy. After implanting project butter into Android 4.0 droid users started talking about how laggy it was previously. Droid user were definitely covering up the issue during their reviews.


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    For the most part, none at all. But Vector-SS is right in saying that the Settings and Phone app tend to be a little slower than the rest of the apps for some reason (nothing serious, but it's noticeable), hopefully this will be sorted with time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by K00na View Post
    Reboot helps with iPhones as well. Sometimes apples ram management isn't that perfect I think. However, even rebooting every two weeks or so is something I think is in order, generally. You reboot your computer from time to time as well, it just helps to keep things smooth.
    Agreed. Reboots can be beneficial to the overall experience but I can't get my wife to reboot her phone I usually do it for her every couple of weeks. Every time I look she has every app paused, iOS doesn't shut down apps they remain paused when you leave them
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    My phone has been on for almost a month without rebooting or sleeping. In the first month I found that if I put it to sleep before charging, it would wake up without a battery pull.

    There has been no performance lag whatsoever. QNX is a solid, robust and amazing OS

    Via my Z10
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    Make that "It would NOT wake up without a battery pull"

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    Used to experience some delay/choppiness in the settings menu.

    This was resolved in the OS update. No lag otherwise.
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    6 weeks, one major update, 13 pages of applications, heavy user... Have usually more than 4 apps open at a time, no lag.
    However, maps app sometimes crashes and closes, maybe another app or two might have crashed, but definitely not in recent memory...

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    I love how if a single app malfunctions, it simply closes without affecting the rest of the system
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    Only thing that lags is certain Android side loads but I think that will be resolved with Jelly Bean support coming soon. Other than that it's fast and as smooth as butter even with going between multiple active frames.

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    @annon91221 13 pages of apps! Wow! Curious what apps have you downloaded?
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    Quote Originally Posted by K00na View Post
    Reboot helps with iPhones as well. Sometimes apples ram management isn't that perfect I think. However, even rebooting every two weeks or so is something I think is in order, generally. You reboot your computer from time to time as well, it just helps to keep things smooth.
    I agree whole hearty as i have more than 150 apps with about half android ports. And no lag at all. Incredible phone. I use it none stop as well in all aspects. But like the comment above. I too once in a while do a reboot with a fresh battery pull. Cause just like any computer cpu. It just gets rid of any crap left hanging around. And cleans it all fresh again. No real reason other than that.

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    mine is perfect. had it for 3 days so far
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    No lag whatsoever, and I've only restarted the phone 3 times (once when I first got it, and twice for updates), and never pulled the battery since I put it in on Feb 5th.

    The thing that people need to realize is that the settings app is written in Adobe Air, and that's why it lags. It has nothing to do with restarting or the OS getting laggy in general. If they decide to rewrite it in Cascades, it won't be laggy. The phone app, I suspect, has the same issue, though it isn't laggy...it just takes a second or two to load content when first opened.
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