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Nokia Preps Lumia 1520, Windows Phone Posts Gains
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wht
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11/6/2013 | 9:29:33 PM
re: Nokia Preps Lumia 1520, Windows Phone Posts Gains
I have used all 3 platforms...IOS, Droid, and Windows Phone. Currently use Droid and Windows phones for personal and work needs. My go to phone is always the Windows phone now for many reasons, including a better camera, faster apps and screen refreshes.
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11/6/2013 | 8:39:12 PM
re: Nokia Preps Lumia 1520, Windows Phone Posts Gains
Not a big fan of smartphones but I have to say after playing with Droids, Wins and I phones the Window phones are the best interface and provide (at least the Nokia I tried) experience overall.
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11/6/2013 | 6:33:33 PM
re: Nokia Preps Lumia 1520, Windows Phone Posts Gains
Eric you're technically wrong saying the 1520 comes with windows phone 8.1.

WP8.1 doesn't come out till Q1 2014. What ships with the 1520 is Windows Phone 8.0 GDR3 (plus the Nokia black firmware added)
And yes I believe this device will give Windows Phone a great push into the holiday season.


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