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This is a message more so to the developers, and while I acknowledge it probably won't change, I was curious people's thoughts.
Continuous delivery is the concept of releasing smaller and releasing more often. As someone who is affected by the notification bug in a severe way (it's impacting my ability to perform my job, as I rely on e-mail notifications and chat notifications), I've often found myself in turmoil as to return the phone or not.
Part of this struggle comes from the fact that I must wait for whatever other bundled changes will exist inside the update that may finally fix the notification bug.
I know "apps" often release very often in small batches, I know the product my company works with does multiple releases per-day to fix issues.
I'm curious why the phone industry (or ZTE if we're keeping it relevant), hasn't adopted a similar behavior (i realize ZTE released 2 updates in 2 months when I first got the phone, which was impressive, so kudos)
Anyway, food for thought from a struggling by happy Axon-7 owner