The Nexus 9 has A Bendgate-like problem Of Its own

let the ‘gates’ of pity open! Nexus 9 is obviously not as premium-ly developed as we have been led to believe. press the rear shell in the middle as well as you can quickly indent the plastic back.

We have seen as well as heard lots of times about the iphone 6 plus Bendgate, then there was the note 4 Gapgate, only to be complied with by another, however somewhat less distressing Bendgate problem in the Nexus 9.

While Apple may breathe a sigh of relief viewing this GIF of Ron Amadeo, showing him pressing on the rear shell of the new Nexus 9 with one finger as well as very little pressure, resulting in an indent which lucky for him as well as existing users, pops back up.

The gadget utilizes a soft-touch plastic on the rear shell, which is most likely why it pops back, however the genuine difficulty when grasping this magic technique is understanding that it was developed by HTC – the producer that has provided us gadgets like the HTC Desire, Nexus One, HTC One as well as numerous much more which offer a few of the very best premium building for Android phones.

This problem is likely to make a few rounds on the Web to fuel the Apple vs. Android war, however is likely to strike over soon enough, just since the dent does not stick, as well as is unlikely to be duplicated in daily use. The iphone 6 plus nevertheless is in a league of its own with the Bendgate, as well as then again, there have only been a few handful of gadgets so far that got bent out of shape.

There’s likewise the truth that not a great deal of people will be getting the gadget anytime soon, as well as we may really see a new tablet rolled out before the Nexus 9 accounts for a big sufficient individual base.

However, Nexus 9 is currently one of the very best Android tablets available with a fantastic 2048 x 1536 screen resolution on an 8.9-inch panel. The processor is a 64-bit NVIDIA Tegra K1 powerhouse clocked at 2.3GHz, coupled with a 2GB RAM as well as Kepler DX1 graphics chip. An fascinating relocation is the capability to pop in a USB flash drive for additional storage.

What do you make of the Nexus 9’s ‘Bendgate’ issue?

(Source: Ron Amadeo [Google+])

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