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posted 2014-01-15 13:23:11 +0200

My 60-year old mother was unable to answer an incoming call. She had absolutely no experience whatsoever with Jolla (she had come across the name through some media, but that's it). Same with making phonecalls. Don't mean to be overly dramatic but had her life depended on making a phonecall with Jolla, she would no longer be here.

To me, that is the single biggest minus with the device and one area where it would be nice if the implementation would be like with every other manufacturer.

My 60-year old mother was unable to answer an incoming call. She had absolutely no experience whatsoever with Jolla (she had come across the name through some media, but that's it). Same with making phonecalls. Don't mean to be overly dramatic but had her life depended on making a phonecall with Jolla, she would no longer be here.

To me, that is the single biggest minus with the device and one area where it would be nice if the implementation would be like with every other manufacturer.

Edit: I do realize she's probably not in the target demographic but, come on, being able to make and answer calls without reading a manual should be the core of every device sold as a "phone". :)

My 60-year old mother was unable to answer an incoming call. She had absolutely no experience whatsoever with Jolla (she had come across the name through some media, but that's it). Same with making phonecalls. Don't mean to be overly dramatic but had her life depended on making a phonecall with Jolla, she would no longer be here.

To me, that is the single biggest minus with the device and one area where it would be nice if the implementation would be was like with every other manufacturer.

Edit: I do realize she's probably not in the target demographic but, come on, being able to make and answer calls without reading a manual should be the core of every device sold as a "phone". :)

My 60-year old 60-year-old mother was unable to answer an incoming call. She had absolutely no experience whatsoever with Jolla (she had come across the name through some media, but that's it). Same with making phonecalls. Don't mean to be overly dramatic but had her life depended on making a phonecall with Jolla, she would no longer be here.

To me, that is the single biggest minus with the device and one area where it would be nice if the implementation was like with every other manufacturer.

Edit: I do realize she's probably not in the target demographic but, come on, being able to make and answer calls without reading a manual should be the core of every device sold as a "phone". :)

My 60-year-old mother was unable to answer an incoming call. She had absolutely no experience whatsoever with Jolla (she had come across the name through some media, but that's it). Same with making phonecalls. Don't mean to be overly dramatic but had her life depended on making a phonecall with Jolla, she would no longer be here.

To me, that is the single biggest minus with the device and one area where it would be nice if the implementation was like with every comparable to other manufacturer.manufacturers.

Edit: I do realize she's probably not in the target demographic but, come on, being able to make and answer calls without reading a manual should be the core of every device sold as a "phone". :)

My 60-year-old mother was unable to answer an incoming call. She had absolutely no experience whatsoever with Jolla (she had come across the name through some media, but that's it). Same with making phonecalls. Don't mean to be overly dramatic but had her life depended on making a phonecall with Jolla, she would no longer be here.

To me, that is the single biggest minus with the device and one area where it would be nice if the implementation was comparable to other manufacturers.

Edit: I do realize she's probably not in the target demographic but, come on, being able to make and answer calls without reading a manual should be the core of every device sold as a "phone". "phone".

Edit 2: No, that would - and did - not prevent me from showing the phone to people but it's something that, in my opinion, would warrant some further attention. :)

My 60-year-old mother was unable to answer an incoming call. She had absolutely no experience whatsoever with Jolla (she had come across the name through some media, but that's it). Same with making phonecalls. Don't mean to be overly dramatic but had her life depended on making a phonecall with Jolla, she would no longer be here.

To me, that is the single biggest minus with the device and one area where it would be nice if the implementation was comparable to other manufacturers.

Edit: I do realize she's probably not in the target demographic but, come on, being able to make and answer calls without reading a manual should be the core of every device sold as a "phone".

Edit 2: No, that would - not, and did - not not, prevent me from showing the phone to people but it's something that, in my opinion, would warrant some further attention. :)

My 60-year-old mother was unable to answer an incoming call. She had absolutely no experience whatsoever with Jolla (she had come across the name through some media, but that's it). Same with making phonecalls. Don't mean to be overly dramatic but had her life depended on making a phonecall with Jolla, she would no longer be here.phonecalls.

To me, that is the single biggest minus with the device and one area where it would be nice if the implementation was comparable to other manufacturers.

Edit: I do realize she's probably not in the target demographic but, come on, being able to make and answer calls without reading a manual should be the core of every device sold as a "phone".

Edit 2: No, that would not, and did not, prevent me from showing the phone to people but it's something that, in my opinion, would warrant some further attention. :)