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    Why Samsung doesnt offer apps like nokia's blth file transferring. You know it's important.
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    Nokia is essentially 100% invested in the success of the Windows Phone platform. Samsung, on the other hand, pretty much released Windows Phones out of the kindness of their heart (kidding....kinda).
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    And never will support winphones with blth file sharing app?
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    I doubt it. At this point, if you want a Windows Phone, it's pretty much your best bet to go with Nokia.
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    might be we will see some bluetooth sharing apps released after we get 7.8 update, either from Samsung or else from...
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    Tjalsma, i brght omnia w a year ago and love it. But it's true that nokia supports better. İ think samsung should do something about it. Because we are winphone user like lumia users.
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    Oh yes, I agree. My Wife also has a Samsung Focus which is probably one of the better built phones either of us have ever had. I think that thing will withstand an apocalypse. Saying that, it's hard not to see the extra effort that Nokia is putting into the WP platform.
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