AT&T removes Quickfire from store shelves due to "quality issues"

Aaron Baker
Writer from  Dallas, TX
| February 24, 2009

With the flood of phones on the market today, it is inevitable that some will have issues.  According to various sources, AT&T corporate stores have been told to stop selling the Quickfire, and furthermore, pull the demo units from the retail floor.  When pressed for more information, sources were told that the handset was being pulled for "quality issues."  Our very own Noah reviewed the device a few months ago, and mentioned how erratic the device was, particularly in regards to the touchscreen.  After a quick review of the device in the store (before any mention of it being pulled), I have to agree - can't say that I'll miss it!

Source: BGR

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