Is Windows phone just one device away from glory?
From day one, I have loved the Windows phone, at least in concept. A welcome refresh from the icons and home screens, Windows Phone brought in a new paradigm to smartphone software. But it was obviously a version 1.0 and so it had a lot of missing parts here and there. But more importantly my work demanded that I use an Android so I couldn’t stick.
3 years after I used my first Windows Phone (HTC Mozart), and my second device (Lumia 800), I got my first Windows phone 8 device. A simple mid range Lumia 521. But the experience has been extremely positive. Moving from the high end Nexus 4, I didn’t feel any lag or slowness on this new device. In fact I felt the Lumia was much faster and premium compared to my Nexus 4, not just operationally, but functionally. The attention to detail on small things are amazing, the Operating System never came in the middle of my flow whenever I was trying
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