Abhimanyu29, 20 Feb 2016Even an entry level Windows Phone like Lumia 520 runs butter smooth with just 512 MB RAM, wher... moreWhich Windows phone haha.microsoft lumia 950 XL?Their current flagship.Read its review.Not even recommended to hardcore windows fans.
Anonymous, 20 Feb 2016Even Nexus phones start lagging when you have a bunch of browser tabs open, working on Word or... morePlease. Ive had a few lags on wp too. A couple even from just the lockscreen.
Ios, wp, symbian, bb, wm, android....it doesn't matter what you or any fan tried to claim. I've used them all and i have seen them all glitch, hiccup , and lag.
You know why? Because they are all products of reality. And here in reality there is no suck thing as perfection. Especially in tech/software and mass produced consumer goods.
Nice try though
i will buy it if it cost 200/250$ more than that i will buy the redmi note 3 pro
And there r people who says 'camera module design copied from Samsung'... Oh comeon folks.. Let brands copy each other, as long as they look good, theres no prblem.. Isnt it?
AnonD-491921, 20 Feb 2016wow you havent used a nexus device and a windows 10 deviceEven an entry level Windows Phone like Lumia 520 runs butter smooth with just 512 MB RAM, whereas phones with 3 GB RAM stutter on Android.
Joy, 20 Feb 2016Such a beautiful device but would be ruined by puny battery . All manufacturers are still yet... moreExactly. They have to realize that, it's very curious as to why no one can put together a truly premium compact device.
Sony started strong with the z1 compact but subsequent iterations lacked the premium materials. Glass and metal.. That's all. No plastic whatsoever.
Joy, 20 Feb 2016Such a beautiful device but would be ruined by puny battery . All manufacturers are still yet... morealso a huge mistake using qhd displays... FHD is just the final for current processor phones.
AnonD-491921, 20 Feb 2016wow you havent used a nexus device and a windows 10 deviceEven Nexus phones start lagging when you have a bunch of browser tabs open, working on Word or Excel files, the calendar and you're trying to compose emails - all at the same time.
Windows manages to do all these (and more) at the same time without a hiccup.
You can test this or find more info about it on the internet.
AnonD-491921, 20 Feb 2016How so?
More efficient (CPU/RAM/battery), faster (due to being more efficient), way more secure, most advanced mobile UI currently on the market, 10x more stable (no weekly restarts or 6 months factory resets needed), no lag when using a large number of apps all at the same time, more intuitive, better email management, more advanced basic apps (calendar, messaging, contacts, calculator, etc.) and I can go on. The list is long.
Also, you can find all these details in head to head comparisons on Youtube.
Besides this, market share doesn't mean an OS is better or worse than another; it just shows it's more or less popular. (just like in cars: the most popular cars are the cheap/mediocre ones)
Apps store - that's one of the few fields where Android (still) has the upper hand.
Not impressed with > 5" phones... 4.7" with less bezels (< 135 X 65mm) would have been perfect..
Anonymous, 20 Feb 2016Because it's superior to Android in most ways. (except the number of apps in its store)Windows Phone OS is snappier and lot more smooth compared to Android. But that's it. The sheer number of apps available and ability to customize puts Android miles ahead of Windows Phone.
Anonymous, 20 Feb 2016Because it's superior to Android in most ways. (except the number of apps in its store)How so?
The press shot of the side of the phone is just a copy of the Xperia Z1. The circular power button may have been used before but it's been Sony's signature for a few years now.
Bailey, 20 Feb 2016why do you want it to run and OS that nobody has any interest in?Because it's superior to Android in most ways. (except the number of apps in its store)