The 3.7” display is really very decent. You get 480×854 pixels for a roughly 265ppi density, and it’s punchy and bright (with a non-configurable auto-dim that actually works — HTC I’m looking at you). It’s not bright enough for bright sun though – although to be fair few displays are.
It’s a solid performer, but the dubious styling and under-thought user interface is not up to scratch. It’s like NASCAR – when you’re competing in the Android world where everyone is racing the same car. it’s the little things that make you the winner.
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