Anonymous, 08 Aug 2014it may irritate some people for non removable batteries, but its much safer and results in ver... moreI do agree with you on the water resistant part of the non removable batteries, but still with a tpu case on a removable battery phone it would be difficult for water to enter that compartment, And regarding the explosion of removable battery phones, Yes it is very common in Samsung phones and explosions reported on Nokia phones are a rare incident,And corruption on most part occurs on all symbian nokia phones with removable battery, But I just wish if they could make the upcoming lumia phones like the lumia 710 which does have the option of a removable battery and it never gets corrupted even when swapping the battery whenever it freezes. Besides it would be very ideal to have a backup battery with you which you could replace easily whenever your battery runs low, especially when you are on a long journey, it could prove to be fruitful.
Android27, 08 Aug 2014Lag ? You either don't know how to use an Android or you are yourself lagging while using itAndroid doesnt lag huh? Can you enlighten be about stutter on Nokia XL? and the Galaxy grand duos? Why does galaxy grand duos take as much as 3 to 5 seconds to open a dialer or to display the caller number on the screen? Android might not lag much on quad core and 2 gb ram but on low end devices it does lag. especially after installing more than 30 apps. Important clue >>> Java :D
Ulhaqpak, 08 Aug 2014Who wants WP to catch up???
When everyone buys WP then it will be crap majority of the popu... moreLag ?
You either don't know how to use an Android or you are yourself lagging while using it
Gamer, 08 Aug 2014Phonenerd (read Troll) is so much super jealous of WP rising popularity that he just can't st... more"Besides HTC One M8 is the ugliest phone around hands down while all Nokia Lumia Phones and HTC 8X scream BEAUTY."
HTC One M8 > HTC 8X ?
(Pssst....just because its a WP)
HugoShah, 08 Aug 2014No they don't, they can disappear when viewing certain media. Overall the aesthetic quality of... moreOnce you take buttons as part of the display, you also run the risk of losing access whenever required. There are always pros and cons to any design choice, but physical navigation buttons are never a problem, unless some poor implementation causes them to be accidentally pressed. An app should have the option of disabling them but in case something goes wrong, they should also be there for use.
Rahul , 08 Aug 2014Lagdroid Trolls...Get a Life...Even rickshaw/taxi driver,sweeper, home servant and fruit sell... moreI'd buy a Nokia device, if those had a proper OS. I've had a few Symbian phones - N73, N81, N95. Those were okay, but durability was something not even worth mentioning. 3310 was the last long lasting Nokia. :)
Ulhaqpak, 08 Aug 2014Who wants WP to catch up??? When everyone buys WP then it will be crap majority of the popu... moreYou sound like you're 12 or even younger - you try so hard to be different and special. Other people have automatically invalid opinions, because you're always right. I just pick the device which is the best for me - I don't care if everyone else had the same device.
it may irritate some people for non removable batteries, but its much safer and results in very few cases of batteries exploding or catching fire. compare to Samsung who have removable batteries in their phones, and they have many cases of burnt and exploded batteries (normally though 3rd party batteries being used). it also improves the stability of the phone as you cant just yank out the battery while the phone is on which can easily cause damage and memory corruption. also this makes phones slightly more resistant to liquid damage, as there are less ways for it to get into the phone, so a slight splash has less chance to get through any gap to the main board, where on removable there is a giant gap all around the phone for this to happen in most cases (unless they are ip67)
Actually the lumia 720 looks much better than this and it offered a longer battery life because of its smaller screen with 2000mah battery. I doubt this phone will last as long & It's really irritating to see all the current lumia phones copying iPhone style of having non removable battery.
Let them release it soon. IFA is a good event to release new phones for Nokia/Microsoft.
Bullsh*the phone with bullsh*t OS. Whether you like it or not, Android is a decade ahead of WP in terms of features and openness. And you talk about Lag in Android? Lol. Lag is a thing of past. Android jellybean is smooth as butter on my Mediatek MT6589 device. WP just doesn't offer the easy user interface and functionalities like Android, which is why its market share is not improving at a high rate. Even my Nokia N8 is better than any WP junk.
The main thing WP lacks are apps.....no Quizup, instagram, spotify, no Google apps like Youtube.....Hence its no use if your phone is fast coz its still useless...
Better get nexus 5 than this...
Not interesting in windows phone... I already buy it long ago and its still same old...
PhoneNerd, 08 Aug 2014Why would I be jealous for a OS that I don't happen to like? There's absolutely no reason and ... moreWho wants WP to catch up???
When everyone buys WP then it will be crap majority of the population are abnormal like LagDroid and BugDroid users....
WP have less customers and they're happy with it. They don't need your comments in fact you need to go and factory reset your phone because its hell Lagy xD
Ani, 08 Aug 2014How much will be the cost of this phone?(Approx)$250
Windows and android are different types of Platform. We should not mixmatch with one another. Both have pros and cons. Let's customer decide which platform they feel more comfortable. But hopefully Microsoft is doing great. Competition between Google and Microsoft. Why we are jostling each other???