AnonD-3367, 10 Jan 2012I totaly got the point, and i even addressed, you just conveniently decided to ignore it, that... more1080p and 3D are completely useless.. I have the S2 that can record 1080p videos, but I don't ever record at that resolution. The videos at that resolution will just fill your memory and transferring times gain length as the file size is something crazy. And 3D, who really uses it? It just gives the viewer a terrible headache and is not very convenient or usable anyway.
mywp7, 09 Jan 2012You miss the point which is what I would expect. Put a super car into a traffic infested city ... moreI totaly got the point, and i even addressed, you just conveniently decided to ignore it, thats all.
As i said, Androids run perfectly fine on the very same hardware as WPs, the Desire S, Nexus S, Arc S, Incredible S, Galaxy S Plus etc...prove that, which means Android does NOT require very powerful hardware.
What YOU have chosen to totaly ignore is that the next step in hardware and media of smartphones was dual-core CPUs and HD1080P media as well as 3D, and guess what this requires? Thats right, powerful dual-core CPUs with powerful GPUs and a lot of RAM, its not due to Android needing the hardware, its due to manufacturers pushing the boundaries and bringing newer and more innovative hardware. -Ofcourse you WP fans will want to strongly ignore that as you just want to believe Android needs the hardware as its a good excuse to why WP doesnt need the hardware, gota love it, lol.
Mobilemaster, 09 Jan 2012Windows Phone will have too malware, or viruses. The desktop OS has viruses right? Then why do... moreI don't know anything more stupid than comparing a mobile operating system to the desktop operating system made by the same company. Find out how the OS works before typing in bullsh*t... Even if it has the same name (or a part of it), it doesn't mean it has all the voulnerabilities.
Mobilemaster, 09 Jan 2012Not yet, this OS is new. By the way not every phone has virus on it.WP7 is almost (if not as much) as restricted as ios, I reckon there will never be a real malware threat.
Whatchasay, 09 Jan 2012Oh that clears everything up then. You haven't seen it on your phone so it must not exist. T... moreTo make your day happier, I haven't seen anyone complaining about viruses on their phones. And that just means the malware problem isn't acute. That's just a stupid excuse for Apple fanboys to bash Android.
Whatchasay, 09 Jan 2012It might have malware in the future. But right now Android has much more. BTW WP7 and Window... moremicrosoft monitor their marketplace, similar to the way that apple monitor their app store, therefore both WP7 and iOS have reduced the likelyhood of problems as such, whereas google have an open source software and it was much easier to upload apps to the android market at first, however they have started to monitor their market apps more effectively since these problems became apparent.
Mobilemaster, 09 Jan 2012Windows Phone will have too malware, or viruses. The desktop OS has viruses right? Then why do... moreIt might have malware in the future. But right now Android has much more. BTW WP7 and Windows on the desktop are two different things.
AnonD-5449, 09 Jan 2012It's so funny to see people laughing at Android users because of malware. I have never seen ma... moreOh that clears everything up then. You haven't seen it on your phone so it must not exist. Thank you. What a relief.
Whatchasay, 09 Jan 2012HaHa. It's funny reading all the Android fanboys talking about malware. Of course they have ... moreWindows Phone will have too malware, or viruses. The desktop OS has viruses right? Then why do you think that this will not have?
Whatchasay, 09 Jan 2012HaHa. It's funny reading all the Android fanboys talking about malware. Of course they have ... moreIt's so funny to see people laughing at Android users because of malware. I have never seen malware on my phone, and don't expect to see...
HaHa. It's funny reading all the Android fanboys talking about malware. Of course they have malware on their mind. WP7 users don't have to think about malware.
Vinay, 09 Jan 2012Bcoz Nokia is a dead meat. It ditched its loyal cutomers like me(With Nokia since 3310 till N8... moreArun, many phone makers have changed OS at different time, samsung, LG, Sony and many more. Nokia is no different, and today's environment is such that users want change, and more so an experience , unforgettable one, and this Lumia 800 WM 7 Mango is truly a great experience. You can keep this one for 3 years and still love it. Microsoft has outdone themselves finally, FINALLY.
Uk Bod, 09 Jan 2012I work for a uk operator and have just upgraded a family member from Galaxy S to the Lumia 800... moreGo for it Buddy, i am a diehard Apple fanboy, and I downed my Iphone and can't get my eyes off my spanking new, fabulous and slick WM7 mango Lumia . I am enjoying this experience like I never had before since the Iphone 3G. WM 7 Mango and especially the Nokia Lumia 800 is powerful, so go for it, you will never regret a single day.
if it will be unibody monolith all in metal where will be the radio part wich must have plastic in front? or it will have retractable antenna like startac?
I'm so excited with this phone! Several weeks ago I bought a WP7 supplement phone to my Android and was floored by the elegance, smoothness, and power of the WP7 OS! The phone I bought has only a 1GHZ chip but the OS runs sooooo smoooooth and buttery! WP7 is so well designed and intuitive! The WP7 OS, coupled with the Nokia hardware, is an absolute winner in the Lumia 900!
I work for a uk operator and have just upgraded a family member from Galaxy S to the Lumia 800, they are really impressed with it (as was I during the limited time I got my hands on it before handing it over). I've had a version of the iPhone ever since they came out and am seriously considering switching. Would be interested in what improvements have been made to decide if it's worth waiting for the 900.