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HTC Windows Phone On Chopping Block?
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Nuttifeetfirst
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Nuttifeetfirst,
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10/2/2013 | 2:43:48 PM
re: HTC Windows Phone On Chopping Block?
I love windows phones, by far the easiest to sync as they are the same platform as the majority of PCs these days. Why do so many people ridicule Windows so much when the platform is wonderful and so easy when you have used it a little. Does everybody want everything handed on a plate where nothing is learned, it appears so, well this must not be. HTC in their Win 8x phone have a wonderful piece of equipment, fitting into the hand beautifully, very responsive with elegant lines. The screen is beautifully clear and one of the best I have seen for its size and the front camera be it only two megapixels a wonderful touch making Skype calls wonderful when traveling as the internet is free at most airports. Yes the wi fi is also very responsive and connects easily giving the user instant connection and no dropped signals. Then all of you Let's not rubbish HTC their products are wonderful and by far the most competitively priced on the market making them ideal for business users which i am sure they were designed for.
Cara Latham
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Cara Latham,
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8/21/2013 | 9:34:03 PM
re: HTC Windows Phone On Chopping Block?
I think HTC's suspected focus on Android is definitely a good idea as it tries to turn itself around. I don't know anyone who wants to use a Windows phone. It's a shame about HTC's financial situation, though. I've always loved their phones and even waited 6 months for the HTC One to come to Verizon, where I am headed tomorrow when it is released.


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