Nokia Lumia 920
Well done Nokia. Hopefully, this app forward thinking doesn't stop, once the officially become part of MS.
This navigation app should be a joy to use for most people. I plan on testing it further, when I get a chance. But, for now, I think it's one of the better navigation apps out there, I would dare say right up there with Google Drive. Actually, I do dare to say.
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When the announcement that the off-contract Lumia 920 was $450, I was ecstatic, but that was short lived when it was confirm that AT&T would not offer unlock codes for the 920 for at least 6-months.
So I ended up buying a Nexus 4, and although it has an okay (rather than great) camera, it's buttery smooth and cost only $350 via Google Play. I may end up giving this Nexus 4 to my wife and pick-up a 920 next year, but only time will tell.
And no, I didn't care for the 810.
No Custom Alerts?
Free Wireless Charging Plate?
So am I getting one of them for free or not? Anyone have any idea's on it?
Random Question on NFC.
I'm just wondering if anyones used them and what they think of them?
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Someone had mentioned that Microsoft shouldn't have allowed this to happen. The thing is, despite their close partnership with Nokia, Nokia is a business of its own and doesn't answer to Microsoft, when it comes to who they decide to sell to, even of they (Microsoft) may want the phone to sell on more than just one carrier. Besides, with the way things are looking for WP8, i doubt OEMs will stop at just what is...
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Also I am going to miss Symbian. The last seven years my phones have run on it. I know it, understand it and am quite comfortable with all of its ins and outs.