04-11-2012 11:02 AM
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  1. asuprice's Avatar
    I am waiting for my preorder. Currently using an iPhone 4S. Have used an HTC Vivid, galaxy sii, galaxy sii skyrocket, galaxy nexus and galaxy note. Very excited about jumping into windows phone.
    04-03-2012 10:19 PM
  2. Inkerguy's Avatar
    I've used iPhones since the very first. My son has an android phone and I've messed with it but it didn't seem too different from iOS. I'm not a heavy customizer or power user and Mango has the freshness and Lumia has the beauty that I like :) can't wait for the 900.
    04-03-2012 10:31 PM
  3. nokia4life's Avatar
    I had the iphone 3gs, 4, 4s, and i just sold my unlocked gsm galaxy nexus (volume sucks) anyway using my HTC surround until my pre ordered black lumia 900 arrives friday can't wait i really want this to compete it will bring those developers over so we can get some great apps on this platform once that happens its only up for windowsphone 7 or 8 going uuuupp ooooooohweeeeee whats up wit that.....
    04-03-2012 10:38 PM
  4. thebizz's Avatar
    I'm on the fence at this point I want the phone but have to convince the wife to let me get it. I but I currently have a samsung galaxys2, have had the droid1-3, samsung fascinate, samsung galaxy nexus, htc droid incredible 2, palm pre, blackberry storm 9500, nokia n76 along with many dumb phones before it. oh and he wife has had the iphone 3g-4-4s. and i cant wait to try this phone out have also had the htc trophy for a short time. i just love the ui of window phone and love nokias hardware
    04-03-2012 10:45 PM
  5. tlo07's Avatar
    I currently have an iPhone 4S. I've had an iPhone 3gs, Blackberry Torch 9800, Blackberry Torch 9810, Samsung Captivate, iPhone 4, Samsung Galaxy SII. I really hope my Lumia shows up Friday!
    04-03-2012 10:46 PM
  6. dcrogers25's Avatar
    Ditching my Nexus S 4G and Android due to force closes, hiccups, fragmentation, and stale hardware design (although the One X looks nice). Will miss some apps but I am keeping the Nexus S to use around the house on WiFI to play Scramble With Friends, etc. Can't wait to get into WP7.5 on this amazing looking device.
    04-03-2012 10:48 PM
  7. fogel35's Avatar
    My current phone is a Nexus One and before that I had the iPhone 3GS. I absolutely loathed the Windows Mobile OS, was always a Symbian guy, but after playing around with Windows Phone I got to give Microsoft some credit. After playing around with 7.5 they have earned my money.

    After tinkering around with jailbraking iOS and fooling around with Android, I am just ready for something that I don't have to "****" around with. Just function and ease is what I am interested in now.
    Last edited by fogel35; 04-04-2012 at 12:28 AM.
    04-03-2012 11:01 PM
  8. thebizz's Avatar
    After three years of using a rooted android device I totally understand you. I just want to be able to pull a phone out of the box and have a fully functional phone that I don't have to tinker with and void my warranty just to uninstall carrier apps, and fix the numerous bugs that's it's released with. I just want a good daily driver
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    04-03-2012 11:04 PM
  9. Gaiking's Avatar
    I am dumping BlackBerry after dumping Android and my laggy Galaxy S2 (Google has become frightening)...I'll never go back to iPhone....and after using the HTC Surround on and off for weeks...This is the OS for me.
    04-03-2012 11:07 PM
  10. Alteran195's Avatar
    I've been using an iPhone since launch day of the first one, I had a focus flash for a couple weeks in January before they announced the 900 at which point I returned it.
    04-03-2012 11:25 PM
  11. sdreamer's Avatar
    Leaving my HTC Fuze... finally! :D Honestly, I think I know what it feels to own an Android after using Windows Mobile 6.x for so long on something so open. All that customizing, by the time you find what's right, you're already stuck in the past with obselete hardware and software that runs better natively on the newer stuff. I finally got a 6.1 ROM the way I wanted it about 2 months ago. I can't imagine what Android users do, probably flash 2-3 times a day maybe? I know I was with Windows Mobile initially.
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    04-03-2012 11:28 PM
  12. jdevenberg's Avatar
    Leaving an iPhone 4. I had a Titan before that (it was too big), HD7 (left T-Mobile for AT&T), My Touch 4G (Android blows), Moto Droid, Black Berry Curve, Samsung Instinct, Sidekick 3, Palm Treo 755p.
    04-03-2012 11:48 PM
  13. apoc527's Avatar
    Leaving my iPhone 4, which is really only my second smartphone after an iPhone 3G. I have never owned, and never want to own, an Android, which for a host of reasons, I loathe. I'm very curious to see if I can make the switch to WP7, but I'm sure it will be fine in a few weeks.
    04-03-2012 11:49 PM
  14. MechanizedSunrise's Avatar
    Went WM5 to WM6 to iOS to Android. Now we're going full circle back to Windows.

    What bothered me the most was that Windows Mobile had automatic, built-in bluetooth syncing over half a decade ago, but then that feature disappeared on the "mainstream" smartphones until recently.
    04-04-2012 01:11 AM
  15. Bkr11's Avatar
    Adios to Verizon and the Thunderbolt once Good for Enterprise is released. If the 900 doesn't upgrade to WP8 then I assume I'll need to cross that bridge when it comes.
    04-04-2012 01:44 AM
  16. Beacio_mo's Avatar
    I've used an iPhone 2G, 3G, and currently have the 4. I've tried and returned the Galaxy S2, Skyrocket, and the Focus Flash. For my commute (I'm in sales and on the road a lot) I felt the WP7 was the best. Im excited to get the 900 and love using the voice commands to open apps on the road
    04-04-2012 02:29 AM
  17. AndreaCristiano's Avatar
    leaving both had every single iPhone and had multiple androids, G1, Hero, Galaxy S, HTC Inspire 4G ,Galaxy S2, Nexus one , Nexus S , Galaxy Nexus im sure there are a few that i missed. Basically bored with iOS even though it works flawless and bored with android because it isnt flawless and still feels uncomplete
    04-04-2012 09:08 AM
  18. sting7k's Avatar
    I've been using the iPhone since it first came out in 2007; stood in line on launch day. I've had the original, 3G, and currently have the iPhone 4. I eagerly awaited the release of what turned out to be the 4S and was completely disappointed. More disappointed finding out it does not get any better 3G network speeds or signal than my iP4 so there was no reason to upgrade. My iPhone 4 is fine and iOS is rock solid but I'm more or less just bored with it. I've been staring at the same screen of inactive icons forever it seems.

    Not interested in Android or any Google product.

    Before the iPhone Nokia was my favorite manufacturer. After handling the Lumia 900 after these years away I was very happy to see they retained their build quality which is second only to Apple IMO.
    04-04-2012 09:27 AM
  19. BallistaMan's Avatar
    I'm at least partially migrating from iOS. Keeping my iPad 2 around but I will be retiring the 2nd gen. Touch that introduced me to the ecosystem (it crashes any time I click a link in an email, so it's time).

    This will actually be my first smartphone. I nearly bought a Venue Pro years ago, but I've been in one of those "wait for something better" modes since '10 and the Lumia is finally it.
    04-04-2012 09:40 AM
  20. B00m79's Avatar
    iPhone 3G, iPhone 4, Motorola Atrix (which recently drowned in a trip through the washer). Can't wait to get this phone.
    04-04-2012 09:42 AM
  21. thepickupbear's Avatar
    I've had every iteration of the iPhone, and several of each...I use OS X on my laptops and desktops at home, I have an iPad too - so obviously I have been deeply loyal to Apple in the years since I initially took to them. I was initially driven there over a frustration with Windows support and the awful clamshell phones of the time.

    Cut to now, I added a Kindle Fire to my stable to get a taste of Android last fall, begin to open my self up to options. Come January when Nokia announced the Lumia at CES - I knew it was time to get WP a try.

    I've still only used the OS a handful of times - but I've read and read and read and read and read about it since January, so I think I'm ready for the switch. I'm a little nervous about the Zune integration with iTunes, but I saw that there was just recently an update to that software - so I am hopeful. :)
    04-04-2012 09:57 AM
  22. diegosalinas's Avatar
    2007-2009 Used first three models of iPhone
    2010 Switched to Nexus One
    Nov 11 Galaxy Skyrocket

    For the last week, been using a Focus Flash to try and get used to Mango. It's been a struggle breaking away from Android. And, apps in general.

    I have found the primary apps I truly use in Marketplace. So, that's been OK.

    My first phone back in the day was Nokia and I loved that dinosaur. So, hoping the Lumia 900 will allow me to finally connect with Windows Phone.

    Leaving all the apps and customization behind has been odd but I am trying to program my brain to just need the basics of communication again. Albeit, wrapped in an easy to use pretty package called Windows Phone.

    Funny how when faced with something easier to use, I am struggling. LOL
    04-04-2012 10:28 AM
  23. nyc_rock's Avatar
    Using an unlocked GS2 and not ready to make the switch. Not for this device anyway. I'll be waiting for WP8 and the bump up in specs and capability. You dont normally see hardware become so outdated with a software update, but it sounds like this will be the case with higher res screens, expandable memory and support for faster processors all being supported in the near future.
    04-04-2012 10:57 AM
  24. krayziehustler's Avatar
    Using an unlocked GS2 and not ready to make the switch. Not for this device anyway. I'll be waiting for WP8 and the bump up in specs and capability. You dont normally see hardware become so outdated with a software update, but it sounds like this will be the case with higher res screens, expandable memory and support for faster processors all being supported in the near future.
    neither of those change the look,feel or functionality of the OS..The only thing being dual-core allowing 1080p.

    If that is all that is down the pipeline then I'm all in for the 900...as I already am
    04-04-2012 11:01 AM
  25. kevinrstruck's Avatar
    From my memory, and I am sure I am forgetting a couple, but...

    Nokia 239 (~1994)
    Nokia 6190 (1997)
    Nokia 6161 (1999)
    Nokia 8260 (2000)
    First Blackberry Type Device - Motorola Clamshell - sometime around 2000
    Sanyo SCP-5300 (~2001)
    Nokia - Forget model number (2002)
    Several More Blackberry Devices (2002-2007)
    Palm Treo (2007)
    AT&T Tilt (2008)
    HTC Touch (2008)
    Samsung Captivate (2010)
    HTC Inspire 4g (2011)

    Also have an iPad 2 and wife has a iPhone 4S.

    First Windows type device since 2007, so I am looking forward to it. I am a bit concerned about the apps that are available, but most I use seem to have a WinMo version or something similar.

    I am sick of Android devices and trying to find ROMs that work well so. I do like iPhones but not enough to actually buy one yet, although I do find myself playing around with my wife's 4S sometimes. I do love the iPad though.
    04-04-2012 11:21 AM
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