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  1. Doctor Pork's Avatar
    I have the Original Surface Pro and the stylus is awesome in Photoshop for masking images. It really feels good to work right on the screen. That said, the Pro is equipped with a true Wacom Digitizer and is much more accurate (and pressure sensitive) than a phone screen.

    My wife has a Note 2, and the only thing she ever uses the stylus for is for games. She says it gives her an edge.
    The stylus is also really awesome for hand written notes in OneNote and for adding comments in PDFs which is my major use for the stylus. Sure it could be useful to also have that capability on the phone but to be honest, if I really intend to use a stylus, I should probably bring my Surface Pro 2 and not be stuck with a smaller phone screen. Screen real estate is king for this purpose. It would also require the addition of a dedicated slot for the stylus which might have caused some compromises with the build quality so I am not complaining yet about this with my new 1520.
    02-13-2014 11:49 AM
  2. astraith's Avatar
    Here are my initial thoughts on the Lumia 1520. Holy molly it's big. But, once you get over the size it's just gorgeous. The phone looks striking. The camera is amazing. The screen is sweet. Windows Phone was made for HD. And big screens. Having all my apps on the home screen is a nice feature.

    I kind of feel this phone is meant for something more though. Sure, Windows Phone 8 is great. But being a difficult phone to control with one hand, I can't help but think Cortana would be a great addition to this phone.

    I'll post a full review later on. But this phone is definitely the best Windows Phone 8 device on the market.
    03-15-2014 09:37 PM
  3. astraith's Avatar
    Also, the battery takes forever to charge.
    03-16-2014 02:07 AM
  4. mozman68's Avatar
    Also, the battery takes forever to charge.
    It takes forever to run down as well....that's why nighttime is meant for charging...
    Jarip, davesannie, iLLGT3 and 2 others like this.
    03-16-2014 05:38 AM
  5. MDMcAtee's Avatar
    Well...here's my thoughts on this phone..and platform.

    I traded in my Note 2 yesterday afternoon for a 16 gig black 1520..and coming from the android phones for the last 4 years...all rooted..all running custom roms.

    Yup...a 6" phone is big.It's big compared to my note2 and even bigger than the 1020 I bought my wife yesterday..I've already gotten use to to holding it differently. You will to..a lot quicker than you think. You didn't buy it because it was small...you bought it for the screen.

    Camera functions a bit more difficult to understand coming from a tricked out note...but nothing too difficult to understand.

    The phone and wi-fi...simply the best reception I have received at my home in the past years.Coming from android..i could always flash a different radio till I found one that worked...but..out of the box..solid max signal and download speed..

    The app store...very different feel and look..very easy to navigate...and a very healthy amount of apps to choose from...with out having to go through hundreds of buggy junk that makes your phone crash..

    The whole concept folks have about Windows phones are wrong...and the majority of the various on line reviews seem to over exaggerate the shortfalls instead of promoting the strengths..

    The hardest thing about switching to Windows is learning how to use the phone..and once that is accomplished..then you can enjoy it.

    The keyboard on this phone is awesome..as compared to any other one I have used..I'm a 1 finger typer..and this one fits me well..it's not crowded..the predictive text is very accurate and it's a joy to use. If you want to do everything 1 handed and you have small hands...buy a smaller phone...it's that simple.

    Battery life...I don't have mine optimized yet..but am not worried about it yet..in a week or so..we'll see.

    The screen is beautiful the sound is good..and I am well pleased so far.
    manjbc, NadMaj23, mozman68 and 4 others like this.
    03-31-2014 07:48 AM
  6. Aar Dee's Avatar
    I Bought nokia lumia 1520 2 days back and I'm wallowing in regret, in tears for shelling out a hefty bundle of my hard earned money on this under featured slab of a phone:
    1) Not being able to edit text before forwarding a mail is such a big limitation that it has crippled me- i forward upto 20 profiles in a day and i MUST choose n select what should go further and what info to withhold, its imperative to my business. I'm being forced to go back to my cheap local android fone that is 1/5th price of this expensive show piece.
    2) All my music is scattered over in the music + videos bin, as opposed being neatly bundled in various folders as it was in my android. My karaoke tracks and listening pleasure tracks are all mashed up together and i dont know how to scroll down a 1000 tracks, such a waste of time.
    3) I cannot transfer my full folder of books in its entirety. Each book/ document has to be transferred using a PC and now they r all jostling for space together without any appropriate headers.
    Really im in agony- only if they were paying attention to features that THEY themselves cannot do without, the buyers would've got a better device.
    04-03-2014 10:11 AM
  7. Will6371's Avatar
    I Bought nokia lumia 1520 2 days back and I'm wallowing in regret, in tears for shelling out a hefty bundle of my hard earned money on this under featured slab of a phone:
    1) Not being able to edit text before forwarding a mail is such a big limitation that it has crippled me- i forward upto 20 profiles in a day and i MUST choose n select what should go further and what info to withhold, its imperative to my business. I'm being forced to go back to my cheap local android fone that is 1/5th price of this expensive show piece.
    2) All my music is scattered over in the music + videos bin, as opposed being neatly bundled in various folders as it was in my android. My karaoke tracks and listening pleasure tracks are all mashed up together and i dont know how to scroll down a 1000 tracks, such a waste of time.
    3) I cannot transfer my full folder of books in its entirety. Each book/ document has to be transferred using a PC and now they r all jostling for space together without any appropriate headers.
    Really im in agony- only if they were paying attention to features that THEY themselves cannot do without, the buyers would've got a better device.
    Someone like yourself is probably better off with android or ios.

    Did you not do any research before spending your money?
    04-03-2014 12:00 PM
  8. Zacharyw70's Avatar
    I Bought nokia lumia 1520 2 days back and I'm wallowing in regret, in tears for shelling out a hefty bundle of my hard earned money on this under featured slab of a phone:
    1) Not being able to edit text before forwarding a mail is such a big limitation that it has crippled me- i forward upto 20 profiles in a day and i MUST choose n select what should go further and what info to withhold, its imperative to my business. I'm being forced to go back to my cheap local android fone that is 1/5th price of this expensive show piece.
    2) All my music is scattered over in the music + videos bin, as opposed being neatly bundled in various folders as it was in my android. My karaoke tracks and listening pleasure tracks are all mashed up together and i dont know how to scroll down a 1000 tracks, such a waste of time.
    3) I cannot transfer my full folder of books in its entirety. Each book/ document has to be transferred using a PC and now they r all jostling for space together without any appropriate headers.
    Really im in agony- only if they were paying attention to features that THEY themselves cannot do without, the buyers would've got a better device.
    Can't you just return it? I know if it's on-contract most carriers let you return phones for a new one within a certain period.
    04-03-2014 02:45 PM
  9. trandz's Avatar
    Can't you just return it? I know if it's on-contract most carriers let you return phones for a new one within a certain period.
    even off contract MS gives you 2 weeks, same as ATT.
    04-05-2014 09:36 AM
  10. Will6371's Avatar
    Dear Windows Phone lovers,

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    Charlotte van de Sande
    You don't need to post this 12 times in different threads!
    05-02-2014 07:55 AM
  11. chuckd1991's Avatar
    I absolutely love it. It took less time to get used to the size than I expected. I mostly use it for browsing online, so having a six inch display is perfect. There really are no negatives for me. Other people are amazed at how nice the screen and camera are. I have 8.1 on it, and despite some of the bugs (especially the battery issue) I'm always using it. When the final updates are out, this thing will be a monster.
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    05-07-2014 01:21 PM
  12. Nisse Tuta's Avatar
    Best thing since sliced bread,
    tardisintime, sd173 and James8561 like this.
    05-08-2014 12:58 PM
  13. erzhik's Avatar
    Replaced my 920 with 1520 about 15 hours ago and love it. Sure its big, but the screen is mind blowing. Fits in my pants perfectly fine. However because of its size, the screen is weaker and therefore this is one of the phones that demands a case because new screens cost $80. I also wouldn't use it in bed while I'm falling asleep, wouldn't want it to fall on my face. Feels gigantic at first, but you get used to it over the next few hours.
    crav4speed likes this.
    05-11-2014 10:28 AM
  14. mozman68's Avatar
    With 8.1, my 1520 is a whole different beast.

    Having moved from iPhone since their first phone, there were a few features I missed in iOS.....8.1 takes care of all of them and more. Second update hit today and all the minor bugs I had are gone.

    Can't wait to the full version and all the features are released by Nokia!
    05-15-2014 02:49 PM
  15. Moises Corilloclla's Avatar
    I know most of you guys have the 1520.3 version. I have the 1520.1 and although I think it is a little beast of a phone, I think it could even make a greater experience were it not for the crappy T-Mobile HSPA and HSPA+ network in my area. When in Wi-Fi it is excellent. Too bad there are areas where HSPA is terrible in Queens. I hope some of the bands where this phone operates in LTE will become active, especially if traffic increases in the future.
    05-23-2014 06:29 PM
  16. plasmapuff's Avatar
    Sooo its been ~1 month since I've changed over to the 1520 and WP8 from android with a Sony Xperia Z Ultra. As promised here are some of my thoughts about the device and the OS during my use.

    Overall I'll say that its gone ok and I'm not leaping at the opportunity to leave WP8. The OS is ok but there are some definite niggles/things I need to adapt to/try to work around coming from android.

    Apps are mostly there but are definitely subpar in quality vs. android. Missing google maps nav especially for bike route maps. The facebook and evernote apps are key examples. You can't blame google for this either (which is often what's written on wpcentral) as they're not google apps.

    My main gripes are also with the browser (IE) /browsers (Surfy/UC) which pale in comparison to the features and fluidity of chrome beta, especially when dealing with multiple tabs. More thoughts here regarding this here.

    Outlook/calendar is also not as featured/fluid/easy to navigate for me when I compare it to gmail/calendar, which I've used for the past 10 years. For example, the messaging window on Outlook can not be hidden so there's a permanent bar on the right side which could be better utilised. Outlook Calendar can't display more than 1-2 events in dot points in month view – you get these coloured bars instead which you have to click on individually on each day to see the events.

    Keyboard is also not as good as swiftkey – especially the autocorrect and predictions. In swiftkey I type 2 letters and it predicts the rest of my sentence – I just need to press space to insert the words. Its that good.

    Why am I still there I hear you ask?
    - its new and kinda interesting to experiment. I'm giving it a real go by converting to outlook and calendar and onedrive. I initially tried to use gmail still, but experienced a sub par experience with the apps (metromail was the best) vs. gmail on android and then vs. native outlook on WP.

    - Nothing in the android world for phablets is pulling me back. The G3 I thought would do it but with the same tired camera, laser and 2.5k screen gimmicks, I don't know if i'll be enough. Love the new high screen to bezel ratio though – if they can do what they did with the G3 with a better camera in a G2 Pro refresh – then I'm maybe back. Or an XZU 2 refresh with a much better camera.... but TBH nothing is really changing HW wise in the android world and probably won't until the end of the year with the new cycle flagships. I am enjoying the more relaxed refresh cycles of WP.

    - Camera of the 1520 is awesome and unrivalled – best I've used so far on a smartphone. Its definitely not the quickest but the photos are awesome. Its replaced my point and shoot. No one in the android world has combined a large sensor with OIS and downsampling. They do 1 or the other. I got shots with the 1520 camera with OIS without flash which I would never have gotten with any android camera.

    - Nokia HW is great. Good size and feel. Screen is very nice. Battery life is superb. Glance is a really nice feature.

    - 8.1 Lumia cyan update is rolling out next month – things might get more refined?

    - Some things MS actually does well – Nokia here maps which shares its offline map data to all other apps. Nokia music with free offline mixes.

    - $40 nokia app bonus for the store has helped heaps as a lot of the WP8 apps are paid where they would be free for android. For example wptorrent pro is $4, utorrent is free on android and does exactly the same thing.

    So yeah overall I'm sticking with it for now just so I can say to myself I'm given it a fair go. Am I loving it? I'd say I'm surviving and adapting and am looking fwd to what the new updates may bring. Will stay for at least 6 months and go from there. Certainly its fantastic to see MS commit to a schedule of faster updates.

    Although I must confess a waterproof, high screen to bezel ratio, 6" phablet with a great camera might bring me back....nothing has come yet and the 1520 is a decent workaround.

    The main improvements I feel WP desperately needs are the app quality/features, nokia is doing a fantastic job and 8.1 has made a big difference but 3rd party developers need to do way more to create an equivalent experience for android/ios users. Sadly with <5% share in US and falling, MS is not making a strong case...

    Thanks for listening to my rambles :) Hope to see you around :)
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    05-28-2014 04:48 AM
  17. mozman68's Avatar
    Wait until you try 8.1.....it really closed the gap for me (especially the calendar).
    05-28-2014 08:12 AM
  18. plasmapuff's Avatar
    I am on 8.1 developer preview.

    Week view is nice but then take take away agenda??
    BobR1908 likes this.
    05-28-2014 08:44 AM
  19. mmcpher's Avatar
    Thanks for the insightful post, comparing your experience of going from Android to WP. FWIW, ISTM that some of your dissatisfaction may be a function of time because while a month of use is certainly a more-than-valid sample set, there are probably many subliminal (even to yourself) shortcuts or muscle memory advantages acquired over a much longer period of continual use on Android apps. And even were you not switching hardware and OS, going from Google/Chrome/Gmail to Windows/IE/OneDrive/Outlook would likely cause lingering, low-level irritation at this point, whatever direction you were going to/coming from. I have always used Windows/Outlook, so its not surprising that I still prefer them to Google/Chrome/Gmail which I continue to find aggravating to use.

    But your post certainly raises good and valid points and I agree the calendar is need of some additional updating. Have you tried the Maxthon Browser for WP? It has recently been updated and is an interesting alternative. WP has been around for years, but owing to the relatively recent ground-up reworking of the OS, it is a platform still in the process of maturing. In light of this, I think the developers, in general, have done a very nice job on the aesthetics, as almost everything looks pretty on the 1520, but there's still work to be done on integration and functionality. The IMDB app looks great for example, but you don't seem to be able to select, cut and paste text from the app. A lot of that is still being worked on. I don't overreact to market share news, but I hope Microsoft takes steps to better promote WP in the US in particular, because that would have the ancillary effect of incentivizing the developers to keep up their good work. I also have and use a Blackberry, who basically have left the US market and have suffered accordingly, across the board and globe, IMHO, in a slow death of a thousand developer cuts. Microsoft has the capital and muscle to counteract such negative momentum. History suggests that they will continue to improve their products across all their platforms and that people will gradually and then increasingly upgrade to Windows 8 (and then 9?). So there may be increased wind in WP's sails. whereas with Blackberry, the devices and BB10 has to make its own way out of the doldrums. We are currently seeing a lot of ads about the new line of Surface Pros (which look drop-dead gorgeous) and I would like to see a similar effort to promote WP.
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    05-28-2014 09:15 AM
  20. plasmapuff's Avatar
    Thanks I'll give Maxathon a try.

    I'm used to flicking effortlessly between 5-6 tabs on chrome on android with full desktop view. This is something I've been unable to replicate on WP8 unfortunately due to either a laggy/buggy UI or just constant reloading of tabs. I think its an OS thing as my XZU also just had 2GB of RAM.

    Editing text with a cursor is also more difficult than it needs to be as the default action when you click on a word is highlight rather than a text cursor.

    No T9 function in the dialler where you can type in people's names and it searches for the contact automatically.
    No google now's creepy yet useful reverse phonebook which tells you who is calling when you don't have the contact saved
    No flash at al which means no wathcing of youtube live streaming which still uses flash.

    I could go on - the major issue is with app quality/feature parity within those apps, however there are small niggles everywhere which are noticeable especially when coming from another platform.

    If not for the camera, the Nokia hardware, screen, Nokia music, Here maps, quiet hours, slick OTA updates, general OS stability (not app stability - I get the same number of app hangs/crashes as android), I'd probably be back. But having made the effort, I'm going to stick around and try to survive/get used to things. Definitely looking forward to Nokia Cyan next month :)
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    05-28-2014 11:30 AM
  21. mmcpher's Avatar
    Thanks I'll give Maxathon a try.

    Editing text with a cursor is also more difficult than it needs to be as the default action when you click on a word is highlight rather than a text cursor.
    The bashful cursor is definitely another immature aspect of WP. BB10 has an interesting approach to this, where the text location point expands on the screen in a kind of virtual, clear bubble, which is large enough so that you can tick left, right, up or down and the cursor moves one space or row. It allows you to much more precisely pinpoint the cursor.
    06-02-2014 04:14 PM
  22. Byrese's Avatar
    Something awesome happening today. While at a meeting, everybody put their iPhones in the table. I busted out my beautiful 1520 laid out down to what awe. Love it 😊
    06-05-2014 11:08 PM
  23. sd173's Avatar
    I got my 1520 four weeks and a day ago after waiting almost 7 months for it. Before that I had a Nokia Lumia 900 (my first phone) for a little more than two years. The 1520, with WP 8.1, is a huge upgrade from the 900 (pun not intended), with WP 7.8. It's the perfect size for me and fits perfectly in my pocket with no edges sticking out. Whenever I use my 900, I get so amused by how small it feels now that I'm used to my 1520. Also, I used to never care about how good a phone's resolution is but after getting used to my 1520's awesome screen, I can easily notice the pixels when using my 900 while I couldn't before I had the 1520. The camera is great and, unlike my 900, after a few settings changes, it takes great night pictures.

    The speaker and the buttons are probably the only two things I could possibly not like about the phone. I don't like how the speakers are on the back of my 1520, because whenever I am holding it so that my hand is below the speaker, there is a large, easily noticeable improvement in sound quality. I think the buttons are too close to being flush with the phone and could be sticking out maybe a little less than a millimeter more. I also occasionally have an issue with the back button. Very rarely, the back button is either not very responsive or unresponsive, and when this happens, it's not because of low battery or a touch screen setting. Since the back button works perfectly fine almost all the time, I'm just assuming this is an 8.1 developer preview issue and will hopefully be fixed with the official release.

    Windows Phone 8.1 is an overwhelming upgrade from Windows Phone 7.8. I almost immediately put the developer preview on my 1520 after I got it because of what I've seen from WPCentral articles and forum posts. After waiting for what seemed like a never ending 15-20 minutes (pun not intended, again) to download 8.1, I was shocked by how much I've missed in Windows Phone 8 GDR3 and all the new features with Windows Phone 8.1. Two features I'm really hoping the 1520 gets are 3D gestures and/or control using only the eyes, it would probably be limited compared to what the McLaren gets but using a phone without having to hold it is something I've always wanted to be able to do. When the McLaren comes out though, I probably won't be getting it because of how much I like the 1520.
    Last edited by sd173; 06-10-2014 at 12:10 AM.
    06-09-2014 09:35 PM
  24. houkoholic's Avatar
    I got a 1520 over the weekend to compliment my 1020 which I bought at launch. There are several reasons in why I did this: a) battery life: while I love my 1020 its battery life had been poor to me. I do a lot of web browsing and IM during my lunch breaks and it seems that these two usage really strains the battery of the 1020 and I constantly find that I barely have any charge left by the time I get off work at 6. There's been a few times where I forgot to charge my phone in the office and I was caught with a flat battery at night outings, making it difficult to contact my friends if I need to. Also if I go out on the weekend I get into the same situation - namely by 4~5pm my phone will be nearly dead, and since I usually don't like carrying a bag so I don't always have an external battery to top it up. This was something I really hope the 1520 could address, judging from the reviews. b) the next flagship follow ups McLaren isn't going to be out anytime soon, and the 930 seems to have average battery life and missing functionalities like glance. and finally c) even if McLaren comes out it will be expensive (probably in the USD700 upwards range again for unlocked phones, while the 1520's price has dropped considerably).

    So with these points in mind I picked up a yellow 1520. I immediately installed 8.1 on it and it was pretty smooth sailing (probably thanks to the fact that this is brand new). Moving from the 1020 to the 1520 poses some issues - namely the size. While the 1020 and the slightly larger 930 are a very palmable, single hand use device for me, the 1520 is most definitely not a single hand device for me. I now understand people's request for an even more dense/smaller scale UI on the 1520, as some bits of the UI is almost comically large (such as the PIN lock screen, now I'm sure everyone can read my PIN as I put it in!). With that said the screen of the 1520 is absolutely stunning, to the point that sometimes I feel it is too clear and bright (eg refer to my PIN point lol, I actually feel less secure now), but browsing on this phone is a joy. Due to the large size I can now thumb type a lot better two, but the trade off is that it's not easy to use the Swype style Word Flow keyboard. The battery so far seems to have held up to the claim, so the size trade off was worth it in addressing my primary concern. Surprisinly I'm not feeling much of a speed improvement compared with my 1020. Sure it's a hair faster but it's nowhere close to being the usual "wow new shiny toy boo-yeah!" feel that one usually gets with PC-ish gadgets. It's a testimoney to how well WP is optimized for lowish hardware. Perhaps with Cyan update with all the proper device specific firmware/drivers I may feel more performance difference.

    In conclusion this phone is quite a beast in many sense, provided if one can handle the size, which makes me wonder if they can shrink the size of this phone down by half an inch and increase the thickness to keep the same battery volume it would be a killer flagship phone that's not too large for most people...
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    07-07-2014 02:59 AM
  25. rpac78's Avatar
    First post here in WPCentral; I have to say I do like the community here. But here are my thoughts on the Lumia 1520 but first a bit of background: I came from an iPhone 4S looking to leave IOS and try something new. Also I figured if I was going to try a phablet, why not the largest one I can get my hands on? I liked the whole implementation of Windows phone 8 with the start screen and the live tiles. That being said, I quickly moved to 8.1 and frankly I don't even remember what my phone was like before that.

    • Screen resolution: just amazing especially coming from an iPhone 4s. Great colors, sharpness, etc. Videos looks better and I don't have to squint to see stuff anymore.
    • Customization: I really like how I can customize the smart screen. Wide tile, medium tile, a few small tiles. It's really quite a change from IOS and the lack of customization there.
    • Camera: being a hobbyist photographer, the Lumia camera is also what really what drew me to the 1520. Photos look amazing: colors right on, great sharpness, great in low light. I like how I can half-press the shutter button in order to focus lock and also having access to manual controls is nice.
    • SD card: This was another big draw for me since I've been using my smartphone as a replacement for my point and shoot camera and ample space is needed.
    • Apps: I'm not too into having a ton of apps so the lack of apps in the marketplace doesn't really affect me. I have my major ones and if I didn't, I would just use the browser. It does remind me of the early days with the iPhone where it was also a bit of hit/miss in finding a nice one.
    • Here Drive/Maps: My goto map service. Works great and frankly I haven't missed Google maps.
    • Cortana: I wasn't really dependent on Siri while still on my iPhone so Cortana hasn't been much of a game changer for me. I do appreciate the commute time alerts she displays near to when I'm going home. Also I do like how the interaction sounds a bit more free and less robotic.
    • Swype keyboard: I'm really liking this now that I've gotten used to it. Sending texts and emails are a bit easier and the predictive text still amazes me.
    • Size: ok, it's large. It's like that first time you walk into 7-11 and got a super big gulp. Or when you first saw a photo of Shaquille O'Neill with his tiny ex-wife. It's like, whhaaatt? But after a few hours with it, I hardly notice the size difference; what I do notice is that my eyes don't hurt from squinting at small text.
    • Battery life: I've been used to charging my phone every night before going to sleep so having to do that with this phone isn't a biggie and I'm not about to cripple it just to get it to last for 2 days. Basically if I use it lightly it'll last for a day and a half. If I use it normally then I expect to charge it later that night. Also the fast charger gets it back to full in a few hours so no problem there.


    That's all the important stuff, for me that is. Is it a great phone? Yup. Is it for everyone? Nope. But my feeling is that if more people try it out and really give it a chance (and more apps migrate over to windows), more people would actually like it over IOS.
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    07-08-2014 05:55 PM
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