The Consumerist, the online extension of the Consumer Reports magazine, has an article up on their website titled, “Cheap Package Design Tricks People Into Dropping Motorola Droid On Floor”. I didn’t get to unbox the Verizon Droid that I’m currently testing. (The box, with the phone inside it, was handed to me horizontally.)
One customer is writes about their experience to The Consumerist:
“I got my new Verizon Motorola Droid last week. But when I opened the box, the Droid fell to the floor. Apparently I had the box turned the wrong way. There is now a dent in my phone. It’s not a major dent. The phone still works. But it’s still not cool that because of a design flaw, I have to live with a damaged phone right from the get-go.”
Read the full post on The Consumerist website…
Wow, I can't believe that passed any sort of quality control process. Either they're really trying to save every cent they can, or someone messed up and got fired for this shoddy packaging design. -josh
As much as the product sells well for its features, the manufacturers should also design a presentable packaging at least.
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