samzenpus writes: Bennett Haselton writes My LG Optimus F3Q was the lowest-end phone in the T-Mobile store, but a
cheap phone is supposed to suck in specific ways that make you want to
upgrade to a better model. This one is plagued with software bugs that
have nothing to do with the cheap hardware, and thus lower one's confidence
in the whole product line. Similar to the suckiness of the Stratosphere and Stratosphere 2 that I
was subjected to before this one, the phone's shortcomings actually raise
more interesting questions — about why the free-market system rewards companies
for pulling off miracles at the hardware level, but not for fixing software
bugs that should be easy to catch. Read below to see what Bennett has to say.
"My sense of purpose is gone! I have no idea who I AM!"
"Oh, my God... You've.. You've turned him into a DEMOCRAT!"