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  1. regi7's Avatar
    I had a 920 which I found had a great camera and ok battery life. Now I have a 1520 whose camera is much better and I'm on my second day without charging and am at 40%.
    11-26-2013 03:48 PM
  2. yaynative's Avatar
    I don't know why anyone would want to switch away from iphone. I do not own an iphone nor do I support Apple products in any way. I just figured people who bought an iphone bought it for a specific reason since I cannot see why anyone would buy an iphone. I believe that people who did buy an iphone had something in mind when they chose that device. Maybe because its "cool" or "popular" or something.

    Why would you want to choose an iphone when thats the device you chose in the beginning?
    When I got my first iPhone, windows phones sucked and android was a massive battery hog and failure in my personal experience. I want to switch because I like windows 8.1 so much that I would like the same OS on my mobile device.

    I'm curious why you try to sneak in personal jabs on a tech forum? It's weird.
    11-26-2013 08:43 PM
  3. yaynative's Avatar
    For all that are still paying attention, I'm going to order a Lumia 925 from AT&T on Friday.
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    11-26-2013 08:44 PM
  4. mriveaa's Avatar
    For all that are still paying attention, I'm going to order a Lumia 925 from AT&T on Friday.
    excellent choice
    11-26-2013 08:45 PM
  5. VNWindowsPhoneUser's Avatar
    What Nokia are you comparing? Everyone knows that if its speed you're looking for and you have a 1020/1520 is that you use stock app.

    No other phone(iphone/android) has made a phone with a camera that big running on a "dual-core" S4. Until they do, no one should say what you said.
    All Nokia devices. My 520 is totally slow.
    11-26-2013 09:21 PM
  6. dznk's Avatar
    For all that are still paying attention, I'm going to order a Lumia 925 from AT&T on Friday.
    Great choice, it's an excellent phone. As you are using Windows 8.1, you'll find WP works very well with it, due to both devices syncing from the same Microsoft Account, so make sure you use the same account for both devices. This way, items like SkyDrive data, People (address book), Calendar etc will be in sync with each other. I find it extremely useful to just work on some OneNote notebooks etc and add Calendar info on my Windows 8.1 machine and know that it's available straightaway on the phone if I'm out and about. It's the same the other way round, make changes on the phone and see them on your Windows 8.1 machine, very handy.
    11-27-2013 03:02 AM
  7. sejgiul's Avatar
    To be honest, battery life on any windows phone is better than iphone. My previous WP8 handset was the 620 with a 1300mah battery and it easily outlasted the iphone 4s. Now I've got the 625 and the battery life is doubled! I charge it every night, but I could use it for 2 days straight with its 2000mah battery :)
    11-27-2013 07:04 AM
  8. yaynative's Avatar
    Great choice, it's an excellent phone. As you are using Windows 8.1, you'll find WP works very well with it, due to both devices syncing from the same Microsoft Account, so make sure you use the same account for both devices. This way, items like SkyDrive data, People (address book), Calendar etc will be in sync with each other. I find it extremely useful to just work on some OneNote notebooks etc and add Calendar info on my Windows 8.1 machine and know that it's available straightaway on the phone if I'm out and about. It's the same the other way round, make changes on the phone and see them on your Windows 8.1 machine, very handy.

    That's exactly what I'm looking for, one experience.
    11-27-2013 08:29 AM
  9. yaynative's Avatar
    To be honest, battery life on any windows phone is better than iphone. My previous WP8 handset was the 620 with a 1300mah battery and it easily outlasted the iphone 4s. Now I've got the 625 and the battery life is doubled! I charge it every night, but I could use it for 2 days straight with its 2000mah battery :)
    I've never had battery issues with my iPhone 5, but I was worried about losing battery by changing. I don't think it should be a problem with the Lumia 925. I'm happy if it can get through the day with heavy usage.
    11-27-2013 08:31 AM
  10. lantern20's Avatar
    Google "1020 camera vs iPhone 5s camera". They are there.
    Ok, I did. Here's the results google returned. Now it does say that some were omitted because they were similar, most were "discover.wordpress" So, maybe you can share some of the sites you mentioned. Thanks!
    5svs1020.png
    11-27-2013 09:32 AM
  11. lantern20's Avatar
    Good luck! Besides, I believe you have a 15 day return policy if you go with AT&T.
    11-27-2013 09:35 AM
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