09-29-2012 01:18 PM
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  1. 12Danny123's Avatar
    Hi guys. rank you are your top 3 Windows phones
    Note: unless Huawei Announces their phone later this week.

    my list
    1) HTC Windows phone 8X
    2) Nokia Lumia 920
    3) Samsung Ativ S

    and why do you think that is your favourite phone? and why you ranked that phone last?. The reason Why the 8X is my favourite is because it's got green and it looks very good to me and it's the perfect size for my small hands. :). please no wars please. Honest opinion please. the reason I ranked the Ativ S last because my hands are too small for that phone.
    09-25-2012 04:50 AM
  2. AmilM's Avatar
    Hi.
    My list:
    1) Nokia Lumia 920
    2) Samsung Ativ S
    3) HTC Windows Phone 8X
    09-25-2012 05:06 AM
  3. 12Danny123's Avatar
    Hi.
    My list:
    1) Nokia Lumia 920
    2) Samsung Ativ S
    3) HTC Windows Phone 8X
    please provide a reason why you rank that phone first and the other last please :)
    09-25-2012 05:07 AM
  4. maverick786us's Avatar
    Hi guys. rank you are your top 3 Windows phones
    Note: unless Huawei Announces their phone later this week.

    my list
    1) HTC Windows phone 8X
    2) Nokia Lumia 920
    3) Samsung Ativ S

    and why do you think that is your favourite phone? and why you ranked that phone last?. The reason Why the 8X is my favourite is because it's got green and it looks very good to me and it's the perfect size for my small hands. :). please no wars please. Honest opinion please. the reason I ranked the Ativ S last because my hands are too small for that phone.
    Lumia 920
    Lumia 820
    Nothing on the 3rd list:P:P:P
    Last edited by maverick786us; 09-25-2012 at 01:44 PM.
    09-25-2012 05:16 AM
  5. SnailUK's Avatar
    920, 8x, 820

    I really like the idea of wireless charging. If the 8x had wireless charging, it would be equal first with the 920.
    09-25-2012 05:43 AM
  6. neiloutdoors's Avatar
    Tricky, my HTC Titan is good but buggy, the Nokia 920 is very fat but high spec and the Samsung is boring.
    1: Ativ-s
    2: 8x
    3: 920
    09-25-2012 05:46 AM
  7. Lloyyd's Avatar
    My list:

    1. Lumia 920
    2. Lumia 920
    3. Lumia 920

    I've never seen a phone from HTC that actually is high quality, I think that with using WP8 HTC will maybe move on a more quality way, but I'm not convinced at all. And Samsung is just bad.

    No competition for Lumia.
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    09-25-2012 05:50 AM
  8. JamesBondage's Avatar
    Tough one. They all have good specs and only little to complain about.

    Lumia 920: Best Camera, good software. But a little thick.
    HTC 8x: Nice Design. But only 16GB and 1800 mAh battery.
    Ativ S: Also a nice design, powerful battery. But the screen's too big.

    In the end I'll have to hold the devices in my hand to decide. But for now, my ranking would be:

    1. Lumia 920
    2. Ativ S
    3. HTC 8x
    09-25-2012 06:17 AM
  9. dreamcatcher076's Avatar
    lumia 920
    09-25-2012 06:41 AM
  10. AmilM's Avatar
    please provide a reason why you rank that phone first and the other last please :)
    OK
    1) Nokia L920- best camera pureview, exclusive Nokia apps, nice design, wirelles charging and so on...:) And I love Nokia:)
    2) Samsung Ativ S- nice design, powerfull battery, big screen ( I like big screen :) )
    3) Nice, but I don't like HTC. And I don't know a lot of about HTC.
    09-25-2012 07:18 AM
  11. crystal_planet's Avatar
    1) 920
    2) 8X
    3) Ativ

    One and two can be switched at any given time. Samsungs don't do much for me - I know the tech inside is first rate, but aesthetically they're "meh" to me.

    "to me" is the operant phrase here folks.
    09-25-2012 07:27 AM
  12. Scout_313's Avatar
    1. Lumia 920 - Camera and display technology
    2. HTC 8X - Slightly narrower than the 920
    3. Lumia 820 - Small, yet powerful
    09-25-2012 07:45 AM
  13. theefman's Avatar
    My list:

    1. Lumia 920
    2. Lumia 920
    3. Lumia 920

    I've never seen a phone from HTC that actually is high quality, I think that with using WP8 HTC will maybe move on a more quality way, but I'm not convinced at all. And Samsung is just bad.

    No competition for Lumia.
    I'm probably the biggest htc hater but I just have one word - HD2. Mine is still working and it still feels like a premium device in the hand. If they had continued with such quality I daresay they would be in a much better position overall today.
    09-25-2012 08:05 AM
  14. X0LARIUM's Avatar
    8X
    920
    (space reserved for Apple)
    09-25-2012 08:10 AM
  15. cp2_4eva's Avatar
    8x
    920
    Ativ

    I like HTC and have never had an issue with them other than slow to update, but in my experience they've always worked really good out of the box and have done so for a while. With the new design and talk, I think their support habits will change, plus updates will be OTA right? No carrier interference? Correct me on this if I need to be. And 16gb is fine with me. I don't need my whole jukebox on my phone. I have 16 GB now and I don't listen to half of whats on it. Plus with music streaming services I can always keep my music selection fresh with ease instead of the way you have to update you music library now. And I also heard somewhere that HTC with their beats thing going in will do some music player mod like their did with the HTC One X where it actually could be better than the stock music player.

    920 is a great choice, but I want a smaller phone thinner phone. Yeah I have big hands, this phone has alot of unnecessary unused bezel space it would seem. Pureview is cool, but it's yet to be proven in the hands of a normal consumer. It's not that 808 pureview. So we have yet to see it in our own hands. That goes for all these phones. Plus, the way some folks act on here with Nokia kind of alienates me from them a little bit. People are almost starting to sound like iphone snobs. I understand you are excited about Nokia and stuff, but man some of the chatter is really funny.

    Ativ, probably best spec windows phone being that is is a GS3 clone. Design isn't so great to me, and I'm not really a fan of Samsung either. Plus, they never even showcased their phone properly.
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    09-25-2012 08:46 AM
  16. X0LARIUM's Avatar
    u shud have a poll dude...
    09-25-2012 08:52 AM
  17. tk-093's Avatar
    If Verizon gets all three.

    1) 920
    2) ATIV
    3) 8X

    Even though thicker and a smaller screen I picked the 920 over the ATIV mainly because my last to Sammy phones, the Nexus and GS3 don't have the best signal strength.

    HTC is last because of small battery/screen/storage.
    09-25-2012 08:55 AM
  18. sconrad308's Avatar
    1. Ativ S. I like the look and feel of the GSIII so this should be pretty good, 16GB + Micro SD support. Hopefully they add in wireless charging or at least have an easy way for me to do it and it becomes great!

    1.5 ~ 2. Lumia 920 – I like Nokia, and all the technology they are bringing to the table. I will have to hold it and see how it feels, but with all it offers it could easily slip into the number 1 spot.

    3. HTC 8X –*Nice design, but there are some things I'm not overwhelmed with. I've only had one HTC phone in the past, it was well made though so I'm sure this will be a great phone for them.
    09-25-2012 08:59 AM
  19. Villain's Avatar
    keeps changing for me... at first I was all about the 920 but now visually I like the design, size, look/feel of the X8. also I do like the look of the ATIV S.

    was super pumped about the lumia 920 camera BUT then I though of how I won't be filming movies to care all that much about the floating lens (rarely take videos at to be honest) and I don't take pictures in pitch black dark rooms. I do love the speed of the X8's camera but a little concerned about the 16gb limit.


    at the moment (may change 5 times today lol)

    X8
    920
    ATIV S


    but to be honest... I won't know until I hold/touch each of the devices (these companies don't pay me so name brand has no say in my purchase)
    Last edited by Villain; 09-25-2012 at 09:42 AM.
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    09-25-2012 09:36 AM
  20. Daniel Ratcliffe's Avatar
    Ok, so currently for me, it is

    1) Nokia Lumia 820 - Removable Battery is a very big deal for me (when my TITAN goes through two fully charged batteries per day due to my usage whereas my dad's Lumia 800 seems to come home with 30% battery, you know something's askew), so this is why it is first. Plus, the interchangeable shells and what Nokia are offering in terms of different shells... It seems like the Customisation Windows Phone.

    2) Nokia Lumia 920/Windows Phone 8X - no removable battery, but both of these look like solid contenders to me. (please note this is a VERY CLOSE 2nd between these 2 devices and 1st place)

    3) Windows Phone 8S/Samsung ATIV S - The 8S has no removable battery and no front facing camera. Not happy. As for the ATIV S, it feels like a Galaxy S3 rehash to me, and I don't like it. Plus, my last experience with Samsung touch-screen (Samsung Tocco I believe) was PAINFUL.
    09-25-2012 09:54 AM
  21. mmacleodbrown's Avatar
    920 - Nokia apps/camera
    820 - Nokia Apps, still with most of the other goodies
    8X - next best thing

    The Samsung is OK, but lacks the flair of the HTC and the functionality of the Nokia app suite as well as being dog ugly
    09-25-2012 10:12 AM
  22. poxme's Avatar
    920 all the way. If I can't get this, in going bb

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    09-25-2012 10:31 AM
  23. Winterfang's Avatar
    1-ATIV S
    2-920
    3-8X

    Purely based on raw specs.
    09-25-2012 10:41 AM
  24. TenTwelve's Avatar
    Hi.
    My list:
    1) Nokia Lumia 920
    2) Samsung Ativ S
    3) HTC Windows Phone 8X
    Same...
    09-25-2012 11:45 AM
  25. selfcreation's Avatar
    Ativ S: 3
    8X : 2
    Nokia: 1

    but the 8X might jump over Samsung once I hold them. Im not holding much faith in Nokia as they have nothing Special that I need(camera , apps and feature i would never use) . and personally I dont like the look of the Nokia.
    09-25-2012 11:47 AM
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