Why doesn't All Lumia phones, inlcuding this phone not support JAVA i wonder?
Will it every support Java in the future?
I don't understand. That really puts me off, surely it does to everybody here.
I completely like the OS. Design wise I don't like it especially the sharp corners, it can cut my palm or fingers. Design of LUMIA 1320 is good. I don't like the idea of non-removable battery. What if the battery doesn't function or damage? Where am I going to get temporary replacement phone, to make phone call while phone is under repair? Wouldn't it be easy to buy new battery than leaving the phone for repair at the repair shop? Think about it Nokia. And also, get rid of the stupid tray pin for the sim. Phones is supposed to be a convenience to user, but the pin is a burden. We don't carry the pin 24 hours a day. Sometimes, certain day we want to switch sim card to another phone so allow sim card removal be something easy. I've have a bad battery experience with LUMIA 900, It took I month for repair shop to get the phone going.
Just because iphones have non removable battery, you don't follow their footstep, don't be naïve. Nokia is actually a pioneer but a late bloomer when it comes latest technology. By technology I mean something that customer wants.
I am using nokia lumia 920 for the last one year best phone but still windows phone is missing more free applications like android. I was thinking to buy lumia 1520 but cancelled due to reason above, now will buy HTC 1 max better with android more free applications
Is there USB Host and USB OTG option available in Lumia 1520...???
Rikard, 13 Dec 2013 No1: Android No2: BlackBerry No3: IOS No4: WP8well i suggest the WP8 exchange position with BBOS
mk, 12 Dec 2013Without OS' which is best in all side? Lumia 1520 or xperia z1?definitely the 1520 :P
Rikard, 13 Dec 2013 No1: Android No2: BlackBerry No3: IOS No4: WP8I think you got iOS and Blackberry switched. But I agree, Android is still no. 1 !!!!!!
I have bought the phone, an awesome phone, however many of the apps, you need to buy
If you guys were phone gurus like you thought you were, Windows Phone 8 is on Nokia because Nokia was bought out by Microsoft.
pmia, 13 Dec 2013100% correct. Microsoft is creating a buzz around de world abt their product with good marketi... moreVery true. In my opinion they are going the wrong way about it. The only reason i want this device is down to Nokia and their ability to put together top-end hardware. I just hope Microsoft can deliver and the software side of things to match Nokia's ambitions.