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Nokia Filing Hints at Microsoft "Surface Phone"

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Top message:  Hopefully Microsoft doesn't follow Apple's lead by Jellz   Mar 9, 2013, 9:08 PM

Replying to:  Re: Hopefully Microsoft doesn't follow Apple's lead by Jellz   Mar 11, 2013, 7:06 PM

Re: Hopefully Microsoft doesn't follow Apple's lead

by DarkStar    Mar 11, 2013, 8:58 PM

I don't think you understand. People who want an iOS device want an Apple product. Yes, I agree that the main draw of Android is the ultimate choice you get if you are talking about screen size and removable battery. But most people could care less about the manufacterer unless they have had a bad experience with one of them.

Let's talk about flagship phones. The flagship for Samsung is the S3. Apple sells more iPhone 5's then the S3. Apple sells more phones then the HTC One or any Nokia phone.

Obviously their strategy is paying off. Obviously it is ideal. The main draw of the iPhone is that it is an iPhone.

I am a apple hater. But I have to give respect when it is due. I like what Microsoft is doing with the control of the OEM's that they have. Windows 8 phones are pretty solid. They just need more Apps. Although the review for the Samsung Odyessey wasn't very good from this site.

I like the choice I have with Android but no manufacter has made an amazing Android phone yet. I love Samsungs, but the plastic body makes the phone feel so cheap and not luxurious like the iPhone feels. HTC's feel very solid and nice but their battery life is horrible and their software is buggy. Same with Motorola.

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