re: Nokia Windows Phone 8 Devices Arrive With Thud
The Nokia 920 is something to behold. Simply put, this is the FIRST combination of capabilities that will move me to carry a paperback-sized phone. :) Prior to this point, I was committed to a phone that would fit in a small shirt pocket, and live comfortably (and safely) in the back pocket of my jeans.
But with the all-fronts technological superiority** of this Nokia 920, coupled with its native support for Excel, I am ALL IN. CANNOT WAIT - get this device to me! (Yes, it appears Apple booped the pooch with iPhone 5 - so I'm happy to have to wait for the 920 until it's ready.)
** Image stablization 8.7 MegaPxl, super low-light quality photos from PureView, cable-free charging/cable-free music hookup, larger screen PLUS higher pixel density than any Apple Retina phone available including "5", (Maps that work, no-purple photos! :), gloves-compatible touch screen (I Ski), Mac/PC shared-cloud 7GB Skydrive free (expandable for fee), plus 32GB RAM standard, 1.5GHz dual core, scratch-free polycarbonate body/gorilla glass screen, and yes, a real, live office-productivity suite. Yes, I do think the Live Tiles is a true innovation after seeing it live. Yes, I've used iPhone and iPad (way too much for my preference). There is still the momentum of the Crowd (that just doesn't always work), but the Galaxy 3 deserves its success, and the 920 will go beyond THAT. My next question - willl there be a Bluetooth keyboard to use with this Nokia 920 device - truly a hybrid tablet-phone !?!