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  1. JamesDax's Avatar
    Still lovin mine.
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    12-31-2013 08:17 AM
  2. TheBigOkie's Avatar
    I upgraded from a 920 about a month ago. I have been pretty satisfied so far. No WiFi issues here, though I have had touch screen issues with jumps, failure to register some touches, etc. This has almost always been with web browsing.

    Yes, it's been a pain, but not enough to make me want to switch back to iOS or Android. I just received a pushed update this morning. Not sure if it is AT&T or from Nokia. Anxious to see if the short list of things get resolved.

    Really only one issue that pushes my buttons. Why no built in wireless charging?!!! I would really like 15 minutes of rant time with Nokia management over that one.

    Sent from my Nokia Lumia 1520 using Tapatalk
    masterchief1984 likes this.
    12-31-2013 08:28 AM
  3. nthknd's Avatar
    Love it but having all the issues so I bought a note 3. Sending it in for warranty in the AM and will wait and see what happens after its returned to me... Funny thing I have the same screen issues with my dells venue 8 pro.. Wonder if its a windows issue with the hardware interaction. Its not anywhere near as bad on my Dell as my Nokia.

    Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-N900A using Tapatalk
    12-31-2013 09:28 AM
  4. bmastenbrook's Avatar
    Funny thing I have the same screen issues with my dells venue 8 pro.. Wonder if its a windows issue with the hardware interaction. Its not anywhere near as bad on my Dell as my Nokia.
    I've seen a little of this on the Dell too. The common element here is probably Synaptics, the company that makes the touch recognizer for both products.
    12-31-2013 09:47 AM
  5. nthknd's Avatar
    Good point....

    Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-N900A using Tapatalk
    12-31-2013 09:47 AM
  6. sajith930's Avatar
    I have bought 3 1520's.

    None of them have any issues.
    They are magnificent devices. (I won't call them cell phones. They are so much more)

    So yes, all 3 of us still love our 1520's.
    ohhhhh 3 1520s U ar soooo rich :D
    snowmutt and Bjfcm like this.
    12-31-2013 09:56 AM
  7. Phrozty's Avatar
    Every single phone on the market has some issues. The few I've had w/my 1520 nowhere NEAR outweigh all of the reasons that it's a better phone than any other on the market right now.
    12-31-2013 09:58 AM
  8. greedypnguin's Avatar
    ohhhhh 3 1520s U ar soooo rich :D
    Your so money supermarket, you don't even know it :D
    12-31-2013 09:58 AM
  9. quek9's Avatar
    I am still loving this phone, my wife is still loving her phone and my oldest son is lusting after the 1520 even after receiving my handmedown 920, lol.
    snowmutt and Bjfcm like this.
    12-31-2013 10:15 AM
  10. jfdavis17's Avatar
    Love it? This is the best phone period. I was afraid of the size before I bought it. I sure was a stupid man. Now I wonder why people walk around with these little, itty bitty screens.
    snowmutt likes this.
    12-31-2013 10:47 AM
  11. lcjarvis's Avatar
    Love it so far I'm just trying to get internet sharing on my phone I got the unlocked version on att

    Sent from my RM-937_apac_hong_kong_222 using Tapatalk
    snowmutt likes this.
    12-31-2013 11:44 AM
  12. snakebitten's Avatar
    Not rich at all. These amazing devices have been available for as little as $74 at times. Cost more than that to repair a cracked iPhone screen.



    I am amazed at what gets invented every night while I sleep. I wake and discover another LEAP in technology. The 1520 being the most recent.



    This stuff was all science fiction just a few years ago. If someone handed you this marvelous device just after we survived Y2K, (not long ago) you wouldn't think it was a huge cell phone.



    Instead, you would think it's the smallest most powerful computer you had ever seen.



    We have come so far so fast. And our expectations are revealing. We dismiss things like this for the smallest of reasons.



    Humans are amazing creatures. :)
    12-31-2013 11:45 AM
  13. jaj324's Avatar
    Not rich at all. These amazing devices have been available for as little as $74 at times. Cost more than that to repair a cracked iPhone screen.





    I am amazed at what gets invented every night while I sleep. I wake and discover another LEAP in technology. The 1520 being the most recent.





    This stuff was all science fiction just a few years ago. If someone handed you this marvelous device just after we survived Y2K, (not long ago) you wouldn't think it was a huge cell phone.





    Instead, you would think it's the smallest most powerful computer you had ever seen.





    We have come so far so fast. And our expectations are revealing. We dismiss things like this for the smallest of reasons.





    Humans are amazing creatures. :)



    I agree, the exponential progress in technology blows my mind sometimes. At what point does it slow down? How big should a cell phone be, how many cores should a processor have? How many gb's of RAM are enough? I think the specs will top out soon, maybe in 2014.





    Sent from my RM-940 using magic....
    12-31-2013 12:16 PM
  14. snowmutt's Avatar
    Thinking this payday is the day I finally get me a L1520. Wi-Fi issues I hope stay away, but I am not going to let it stop me from snagging a White one.

    Or a red one.

    Or white... hmmmmm.....
    12-31-2013 12:26 PM
  15. mmcpher's Avatar
    Still. Very happy with the 1520. No wifi issues and only occasional touch over-sensitivity. Its winter, so I always have a coat pocket handy to carry such a big device. I wonder how it will wear in warmer weather? Hopefully by then I will have a swivel clip case that will extend this surprising non-issue status to all seasons. I have been happy at the progression of updates and new apps over the month or so I've had the phone. I have the sense that I've enjoyed with Blackberry devices that its getting better, and I have high hopes for 8.1 and beyond.

    Back when all smartphones had small screens, I used to be on my desktop or laptop much more often than I am today. I've had a Surface Pro since its release and it effectively mothballed my laptop and relegated my home desktop to about once-a-week use. What I've noticed this past month with the 1520, is that my daily, at home use of my Surface Pro is less than before. The 1520 screen and large touch keyboard is so good that I often don't bother crossing the room, logging on and surfing or responding at length to an email on my Surface Pro. Even at work, I used to sometimes log in to a web-based email client on my workstation to respond to an email that was routed to an other-than-enterprise email account, but now I just use the 1520.

    It's been more than a month and my principle interest remains with the 1520 and WP. There is a novelty element for me, perhaps, because its my first WP device. But I am more attuned to releases for the WP platform and potential upgrades to the 1520 than I am any other device. My usual course is to start to pine for the next great device within a shorter period of time than with the 1520. FWIW.
    12-31-2013 01:17 PM
  16. Dave Blake's Avatar
    Yes best Windows Phone ever.
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    12-31-2013 03:04 PM
  17. jaj324's Avatar
    Yes best Windows Phone ever.



    True that..





    Sent from my RM-940 using magic....
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    12-31-2013 03:53 PM
  18. greedypnguin's Avatar
    Not rich at all. These amazing devices have been available for as little as $74 at times. Cost more than that to repair a cracked iPhone screen.



    I am amazed at what gets invented every night while I sleep. I wake and discover another LEAP in technology. The 1520 being the most recent.



    This stuff was all science fiction just a few years ago. If someone handed you this marvelous device just after we survived Y2K, (not long ago) you wouldn't think it was a huge cell phone.



    Instead, you would think it's the smallest most powerful computer you had ever seen.



    We have come so far so fast. And our expectations are revealing. We dismiss things like this for the smallest of reasons.



    Humans are amazing creatures. :)
    so inspiring
    12-31-2013 04:21 PM
  19. greedypnguin's Avatar
    Out of curiosity do I pronounce the name fifteen twenty? Or one five two zero? Or one thousand five hundred and twenty? Gahhh
    snowmutt likes this.
    12-31-2013 04:23 PM
  20. Indistinguishable's Avatar
    Out of curiosity do I pronounce the name fifteen twenty? Or one five two zero? Or one thousand five hundred and twenty? Gahhh
    fifteen-twenty. Final answer.
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    12-31-2013 04:30 PM
  21. greedypnguin's Avatar
    fifteen-twenty. Final answer.
    Phew, Ive been saying it right all this time
    snowmutt likes this.
    12-31-2013 04:53 PM
  22. snakebitten's Avatar
    The wife doesn't know model numbers. She calls hers Big Red.

    So, it's unofficially a Nokia Lumia Big Red
    snowmutt likes this.
    12-31-2013 05:51 PM
  23. worldspy99's Avatar
    Big Red or the Great White...hmm...choices, choices....
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    01-01-2014 12:52 AM
  24. Bjfcm's Avatar
    I love the phone more and more everyday. I've had almost every smartphone created. I currently have a Galaxy Note, A Nokia 920 and an Android Inspire. All very solid devices ,but cannot compare to the form , power , usability and of course the screen of the exquisite 1520

    IS ANYONE ELSE AFRAID THAT THE 1520 IS THE LAST OF ITS KIND. ( Screens will get smaller or cheaper quality)

    I ask because of the recent information from Duplex on how well the smaller less expensive Nokia 520 is doing. I fear that Microsoft of Nokia will focus on more 520 clones due to it doing so well that they will abandon high end devices like the 1520
    01-01-2014 01:18 AM
  25. iliramove's Avatar
    I'm sure there are different users with different preferences for screen sizes for different reasons. I don't think 1520 will be the last of the innovation.

    For me, my experience with WP8 started with the incredible Lumia 925 at work, which made me pursue the Lumia 1020 replacing my HTC One as a personal phone. Pureview is just amazing.

    Then it was launch day of Lumia 1520 in my country, traded in the 925 and got this bad *** Lumia 1520. My work phone is the Lumia 1020 now.

    Still loving both of them, everyday.

    Sent from my RM-937_apac_sea_206 using Tapatalk
    Bjfcm likes this.
    01-01-2014 02:08 AM
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