I took advantge of that Xmas Offer vodafone was offering last year and bought my partner a Vodafone 845 handset.
It has a resistive screen, so i am aware that you have to push a wee bit harder than normal in order to get a reaction to signify it has been resigistered as a key press.
However, my partner has alerted me that the screen doesn't appear to respond when some keys are pressed. Now, obviously this is an onscreen keyboard,s o what she is sying is that some parts of the screen are unresponsive.
I've tested this myself and indeed it is true. some parts of the screen don't respond at all ,even with a significant point pressure being applied. significant in this case =! excessive as the phone appears fine, no crakcs or discolouring in the LCD or anything..
Has any other vodafone 845 user encountered this?
The phone is next to useless as android relies on the screen so much. The phone was bought in early November 2010 if i recall and wasn't used until December 25th. its been fine up until about a month ago when she mentioned she was having troubles with it, from there its gotten progressively worse until I had to take notice.
what say you geekzoners? is the Consumer Gurantees act my friend? (I must go find the receipt!) I would of expected at least 12 months from any phone set.