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  1. Twpps's Avatar
    I have a nokia lumia 710... love it... only draw back is no internet sharing... and batterie life is a little bit short.. but with the batteri save option activate.. it's decent!
    02-17-2012 01:15 PM
  2. dannejanne's Avatar
    I come from Android and flashed custom roms like crazy and tweaked everything I could because Android gave me that freedom.

    I have been using wp7 for about two weeks not. I will never go back to Android again. The Android OS feels slow and sluggish when compared to wp7. Sure Android is very open and you can do whatever you want. But honestly, I do not miss that freedom at all. My Lumia is just that nice to use.
    02-18-2012 05:07 AM
  3. N8ter's Avatar
    The Lumia has the Nokia Drive app for navigation, but it's underpowered. Battery life on the Radar is pretty good. WP is gentler on the battery than Android anyway, due to the way it's built.

    But I have to agree with the others who have pointed out that if you don't have access to a computer where you can install the Zune software, you're eventually going to have a problem.
    Android always got better in-use time for me, by several hours.

    Windows Phone has better standby times, though, however the in use time for me is not good.
    02-18-2012 05:39 AM
  4. ALborntoride's Avatar
    I guess you could call me new to smart phones cause i've only had 2 over a year's span. But i will tell you that i started out with a HTC Inspire 4G and hated it. Granted i came from a Motorola Tundra which is good if your outside working or playing in the mud but i wanted a smartphone and in my ignorance let the ATT guys talk me into the Inspire. After like a week i wanted to go back to my Tundra. Battery life sux on Android, at least it did for me, and to me it just felt so disorganized. I got tired real quick of Android and was getting ready to go back to the stone ages with my old Tundra, but found out about WP7. I did some research and found that most people would agree that it was good software but that the apps and some of the features weren't there that could be found with ios or android. The ATT guys didn't help either and all i heard from them was that there weren't any apps, android is better, blah blah blah. I tell anybody now to do your research and don't base your choice on what the salesman says. Anyways i look the plunge and got a Focus and have not regretted it one bit. Better battery life, great integration with FB and Twitter and some pretty cool games to play. WP7 is the way to go. I will say that you need Zune to update your phone but with Android you don't even know if your phone will update to the next one.
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