Anonymous, 08 Nov 2016What do you mean? Android lags behind Windows and iOS in terms of performance, reliability, se... moreThe keylogger on Windows sucked up all your personal info and sends it to NSA.
AnonD-519182, 08 Nov 2016Nope, still not buying whatever they said. Unless they can make a real big change that can c... moreThis doesn't seem like a concept, I'm more anxious to see how Microsoft will figure all this out and present it to us.
AnonD-519182, 08 Nov 2016Nope, still not buying whatever they said. Unless they can make a real big change that can c... moreWhat do you mean? Android lags behind Windows and iOS in terms of performance, reliability, security(!!), user interface, filesystem management, smart features, server sync, ad blocking, battery management, menus structure, and others.
AnonD-312515, 07 Nov 2016REAL x86-x64 Windows not puny watered-down mobile OS's. Nope, still not buying whatever they said.
Unless they can make a real big change that can challenge android and ios. Not just all talk and concept thingy but make people actually reconsider it.
but right now its like saying windows 8 is great and ended up in a sewer pipe.
It would be real deal if it were android on that phone.
too bad, its windows, ain't nobody got time for that.
Meh, it will be a plus phone anyway, hasn't been a decent Windows phone since the Lumia 1020 that wasn't :(
Dave Granger, 06 Nov 2016I doubt this is real, Microsoft, like Google, have been aggressively pushing on-screen navigat... more"I doubt this is real, Microsoft, like Google, have been aggressively pushing on-screen navigation keys in their recent hardware, which is a shame because I refuse to buy any phone without capacitive keys on the front."
I was like this before. But then I realized more flexible it is to have those keys on the screen. It will even more in the future. Embrace change.
AnonD-442781, 05 Nov 2016Lol. In a matter of minutes? You don't seem to know what you're talking about. Maybe for reall... moreMay be you live in your own world with out aware of what's going out there. Do you know how many apps people daily using just 2-4 and its Facebook and Whatsapp tops the list which in windows phone 10 am getting regular update. Second local apps depend on the region you live and I am happy to see all my local apps available in windows store(I live in India) that i used in my Android. One more thing I am playing Asphalt 8 with 640XL without any lag which I can do it with Android Lollipop with 2 GB ram.
All lies. Microsoft is dead in the mobile smartphone world. Very few will trust them and less than that will buy a phone they won't even support themselves.
Carol, 06 Nov 2016Yeah, it is sad, but true. Nokia was killed and nobody want's to see the truth. I still do not... moreThis explains what microsoft is thinking:
Anyway Nokia is coming back and i hope them the best ( and i have to say that Nokia's Lumia's were and still are between the most beautiful and creative slabs i have ever seen)
Anonymous, 06 Nov 2016Those are old ratings given by users when the app was not good, and those are taken into accou... moreYou can look at the rating for the latest version, and the rating is the same. Which has me wondering if it even had any updates, the app is also just a few months old. Heck, there are even 5 star ratings of people complaining about how it keeps crashing.
AnonD-442781, 06 Nov 2016https://www.microsoft.com/en-gb/store/p/twitter/9wzdncrfj140 Why is twitter a 3* app with m... moreThose are old ratings given by users when the app was not good, and those are taken into account when calculating teh app's average rating.
ah, finally Intel giving more with what they got. They finally felt that the smartphone SoC manufacturers can be intimidating. They should also push process node manufacturing too and bring back Moore's law.
Enough of that Atoms for mobile. It is not only about profits for the near term but plan for the far future!
Mobile OSes have grown fat and slow to the point the once dysmal gap in hardware requeriments compared to desktop OSes has reached the point of near equal demands. In the end it's just like comparing the iPad Pro (mobile OS) to the Surface Pro 4 (desktop OS) but in a different scale.
R.E.D.E.E.M.E.R, 06 Nov 2016Few people realize what is going on. Nokia killed Micro Fail. LOL. Micro Fail killed Nokia ... moreYeah, it is sad, but true. Nokia was killed and nobody want's to see the truth. I still do not understand what Ms thinks, cause makes no sense. Minding the fact they just don't invest enough time and money in their own mobile platform. At first i taught they work like this so they can bring Nokia down to buy it cheep, not updating and not paying enough interest for their platform. But, now, i can see they sold almost every hardware factory they bought while they still don't go aggressive on their mobile platform. I don't complain, cause they update the platform once a month. But where is the hardware, innovation and marketing? Either are they like really stupid or are using some sort of marketing strategy nobody quite understands.
I doubt this is real, Microsoft, like Google, have been aggressively pushing on-screen navigation keys in their recent hardware, which is a shame because I refuse to buy any phone without capacitive keys on the front.