but this verzion Nokia Lumia 929 not have a problems like Nokia Lumia 928
i am also a windows phone user i love windows phone and iam completely switching to windows phone and i am deciding to buy this phone but it depends upon its price
When 2016 comes,Nokia will surely mekes wp os only. Cause the market will fload eith wp. There is jo need to go to android. I loge wp way better. Android just forever laggy here and tuere. Google just dont inow how to improve thier software..
AnonD-181209, 23 Sep 2013Nokia was sold forever dude,Microsoft can use Nokia Name for 10 years,that is the clause..Noki... morethe Nokia board or the european authorities didn`t yet approve anything.so there`s a chance
AnonD-181209, 23 Sep 2013Nokia was sold forever dude,Microsoft can use Nokia Name for 10 years,that is the clause..Noki... moreOh kid, you don't know anything... Nokia sales only mobile division part to ms.. They don't sale the whole company..They keep their nokia name for other business.. They can again make smartphone under its own brand after 2016.. And about the sold division, they are also nokia people.. They will work under ms.. MS will also keep the nokia name for feature phone..
Anonymous, 22 Sep 2013...you never now ;) From 2016 they (Nokia Corporation) can start selling smartphones (again... moreNokia was sold forever dude,Microsoft can use Nokia Name for 10 years,that is the clause..Nokia is history now.
I have been skeptical of Windows Phone over the years. As a former iPhone user, I was afraid of vendor lock-in that happens with all of Apple's products, and I wanted something robust that was more than a toy. I switched to Android phones but I am getting tired of the fragmentation and slow interface. I am currently dealing with tons of spyware on my Android phone. The phone was top of the line with my carrier just eighteen months ago, but it no longer receives updates. Worse, it is littered with malware and spyware, a common occurrence in the Android world per the testimony of my acquaintances.
Luckily I am due for an upgrade soon. I have been to a local phone store to try out all of the phones, and the ones that really impressed me were the Lumia Windows Phones. Not only were they built with the highest quality materials, but the interface is phenomenally clean and quick. There are live tiles which allow information to flow to my home screen without wasting space or causing clutter. Sure, the Microsoft Application Store is young and may not have 500,000 apps, but it's quality, not quantity that I'm worried about. I just need about a dozen or so well written programs to conduct my daily business. Windows Phone is the fastest growing smartphone percentage wise, so the app store will only get better. Plus, I look forward to being able to edit my documents on the fly with Microsoft Office on the way in to work.
I can't wait to join the growing number of smartphone users who are making the switch to Windows Phone. Windows Phone 8 is a great OS that provides excellent value for money. I would recommend this phone to everyone.
Luckily I am due for an upgrade soon. I have been anxiously awaiting my
AnonD-189394, 22 Sep 2013Great! This is much better phone than soon to be released 952, 955, 954, 457, 458, 254, 658, 1... morePeterFilip, your comments made my day. Love it. But I love Nokia for giving users so many choices. There's a suitable phone for everyone. To all fanboys, don't fight. We should love each other. And I love my 920 and 925. Lovely phones.
Nokia, stop with these exclusive phones and release to all carriers.
Anonymous, 22 Sep 2013Hey guys, Microsoft bought (or is buying) Nokia's mobile division not just their phone produc... more...you never now ;)
From 2016 they (Nokia Corporation) can start selling smartphones (again) with Nokia branding!!
Btw: there is also Jolla :)
vfx, 22 Sep 2013Nokia can't licence brand 'Nokia' post Microsoft deal Hey guys, Microsoft bought (or is buying) Nokia's mobile division not just their phone production. You will never again see a Nokia branded phone which is not manufactured by Microsoft.