here people seem to be commenting about windows vs android...
it is clear that android is stable choice available in wide prices... but this is only choice for new comers to smartphones.. or lets say novice...
on other hand wp are best in UI.. still theese phns are newly availabled in market most common peoples(xept windows users) thinking that android is far ahead from windows...
for them i am stating suggestions to buy android or windows:-
if u r new to smartphn arena, this is best choice..
affordable products, still many choice of models...
very good specifications like more ram, fastest processor in cheaper rates... etc...
this is for them who are bored.using android devices...
windows is best known as lag free os, very good UI, also decent models...
this seems to be best choice for quite different experiance from android and for brand lovers like microsoft and nokia....
Why would anyone have a problem with an increase is screen size. I can understand if they get over 5", but 4.3" from 4" is always welcome
MaxSmarties, 29 May 2014I was asking the same thing. What could be the difference between 630 and 530? Nokia's initia... morenokia is making competition between their own phones in same range... it is a business trick
Sunil Shetty, 30 May 2014motorola moto e beats your windows phone in performance... very smooth ui no lags.... even mot... moreLet's hear you say that after 6 months of heavy usage on the Moto E.
Agreed, the Moto E is a wonderful device and it has my respect as I consider it a top-tier Android phone regardless of the fact that it is a low-end device. It delivers. Simple as that.
But, vanilla or otherwise, Android WILL start lagging after prolonged use. Apps and cache and junk and grime and dirt WILL clog the system and without proper maintenance, it will be damn near unusable. In which case, Windows Phone devices are pretty much maintenance-free... With the slight exclusion of the version updates.
Who would want a alpha numeric keyboard in these times, a qwerty is a 1000 times faster specially with Word flow now. Update yourself dude. Alpha numeric were good in the last decade -_-
No windows phone allows choice of keyboard. Quite astonishing really for a new technology. not everyone wants a qwerty. It would be a welcome choice to also have an alpha numeric key pad. It offers bigger real-estate for button selection and speed of text.
Sunil Shetty, 30 May 2014motorola moto e beats your windows phone in performance... very smooth ui no lags.... even mot... moreThe Problem of Moto e that Moto e have unremovable battery and no service centers for moto phones........When somebody buy a smart phone first he check quality and services of the company...........From my house Nokia Care and Samsung service center 2 km away only.
Sting921, 29 May 2014Compare it with a similarly price lumia and it's no slouch. While in the lower range lumia cle... moremotorola moto e beats your windows phone in performance... very smooth ui no lags.... even moto e beats s5 in unlocking openeing camera apps and opening gallery apps.. and in scrolling :) :)
MikoSwabeness, 30 May 2014Again, the author just don't know the difference between company name and the brand name. ... moreif you go through the advertisement of lumia 630 you won't see nokia name anywhere except in mobile.. it means in future days name of nokia being vanished and you will see only name of microsoft
tomakali, 30 May 2014two things that can change the market share For iOS = Add more buttons [custom,home,navigat... moreEven people at Microosft wish to have these features but giving OEMs,apps and user a lot of authority can rsult in bugy and lagy experience like Android that's why Apple and Microsoft is careful about it
SOME, 30 May 2014is Lumia 530 Dual SIM? and have Flash & Front camera?Yes of course there will be a dual sim version of it
Atul88, 30 May 2014Lagging/hanging android??man what world you live in??
android has come a long way to 4.4.2!!But its even more lagy now...
Android is doomed cux of it WP is the smoothest experience ever just use it for a month at least you'll never switch back to Android