*sigh*Goodbye Q9c... Hello Samsung Ace?

Discussion in 'Moto Q 9c' started by organicjerk, Mar 4, 2008.

  1. darkdomino

    darkdomino New Member

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    Um... so let me get this straight... you're ditching the Q because of dust under the screen and/or buttons?

    I really don't know what to say to that. Good luck with that though.
  2. thefourthdoctor

    thefourthdoctor New Member

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    No.

    I have had a Q9c for 2 months, no dust problems; my cousin has had the Ace for 2 weeks and he has dust under his screen. My old Q1 had dust under the screen after about 3 months. Both of us just keep our phones in our front pockets.

    Seems to me any phone could get dust under the screen just by the very nature of keeping it unprotected in your pockets.
  3. papped

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    Mine barely has any dust under the screen and it has not gotten worse after months.

    It's not even visible at all when the screen is on so I could care less.
  4. kingwood

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    I got the ace and q9c the buttons on the ace are smaller while the camera is better you still have to work with the quality of picture also no gps and the apps on the ace are hidden u really gotta play with that phone to know it but the q9c is better overall although when you buy the ace brand new you get more free equipment in the box
  5. papped

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    Pretty much everywhere people say the q9c is better than the Ace
  6. kingwood

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    the ace has a better camera and comes with earphones but that's where it ends in my opinion

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