I bought an Acer DX900 Smartphone last September without actually trying one out first. That was a big mistake. The phone’s specification is impressive but it’s the dual SIM card capability that I really needed. I had a look at some Samsung Duos models and they were very good, but none of them at that time had WLAN. It wasn’t long before I started to discover how less than half baked the DX900 is, and how dissapointing Acer’s support can be. The Product Manager for this model is non existent.
After more than seven months of use, I am now ready to accept that I was exceptionally stupid to buy this phone without trying it first. I am stuck with it now for at least another year or more. Having to pull the battery out every day to restart the phone after it crashes is becoming very tiresome.
Note to self:
(1) Never knowingly buy anything made by Acer.
(2) Never buy a phone that has a Microsoft Operating System.