AnonD-338036, 05 Oct 2015Nokia do something with ur looks... u r going downNokia? They sold their mobile business to Microsoft almost a year ago.
The specs are good, but the design is the same. The front of their devices are in black color only. My question is why??? Not all people wants 2 colors on a smart phone. In my opinion, the white devices would look much better in all white.
SallyK, 05 Oct 2015Specs are disappointing.what are you talking about? specs are great 3 gigs of ram and advanced processor ,apple will kill for that spec and even on android those are great specs
AnonD-338036, 05 Oct 2015Nokia do something with ur looks... u r going downnokia??
it does have expandable memory card slot. and its confirmed by Microsoft only
overall, 12 Sep 2015for God's sake..put more memory...32 GB is not enough!!!!!It'll come with a Micro SD card slot for cards up to 2TB (Terabytes).
Nick, 28 Sep 2015no microSD slot, no dealMicrosoft has pretty much confirmed that the phone will have a Micro SD card slot, the information here is no longer accurate.
Microsoft's listing says that it will work with Micro SD cards up to 2TB (Terabytes).
aa, 15 Sep 2015Lumia 925 has it, Lumia 930 has it as well so no brainer they will stick with amoled once agai... moreIncorrect, the 930 didn't have an AMOLED screen, and so it didn't have Glance Screen. It was one of the biggest complaints about it.
AMOLED allows for Glance Screen to be implemented, a very useful feature.
Dave, 26 Sep 2015Can we Flash this and put Android on it?....Someone has gotten Android on their 830, but the bug is being fixed right now.
The new Nexus 5X and 6P have the same specs as this, but a poorer camera and no SD card slot. You can buy one of those instead if you really want Android.
Nick, 28 Sep 2015no microSD slot, no dealThe listing is outdated. Microsoft reports that it supports Micro SD cards up to 2 Terabytes.
LW, 14 Jul 2015Windows 10 needs to really be something special as previous versions of windows phone OS's are... moreHow do you get that? In our family of 5 we have WP, Ios and Android phones as well as Ios and Android tablets.
After playing around with all, WP is easily the best one. Easiest to use, most customising possibilities, crashes the least etc. etc. I'm still tp find the major flaw in WP compared to other major platforms, and will get the 940/950 when it gets out.
Another issue with Lumias is that they are very robust. With most other phones you need some type of cover to keep them alive. For me phones are tools, and I handle them as that, so I need something robust that can take drops without breaking.
My current 930 is running well, but starts looking bit seasoned as it has been dropped number of times.