This is absolutely false, plug your WP8 with any PC and you can just browse to the five folders and transferring of content is as easy as drag and drop. No software required whatsoever. Have you actually used a WP8 before?
Almost as easy as drag and drop. WP8 uses MTP rather than UMS. The only OS that supports that natively is windows, and I'm fairly certain that only Windows 7 and 8 do, but not Vista and XP. MTP is a bit slow as well. Without going into too many details, try moving a large file from one directory into another. Also MTP has the ability to hide files from you so that you can't access them.
How exactly is iOS efficient at delivering information? Because I have to enter an app every time I want to see something? Have an iPhone at the office, app selection is great, interface is gloriously 2007.
I didn't say it was, I just said he's thinking of iOS. Android has had this capability since it first came out four years ago. What's nicer is you have a lot more flexibility in choosing how to display your information on Android.
Last edited by AlphaWolf; 01-31-2013 at 02:52 PM..
Not a good deal. I picked one up at Radio Shack for $50 couple weeks ago without the wireless charger. Very nice phone but very crappy ecosystem. This one is on MS. Another problem I have with this phone is that I can't put it down. It's like a drug addiction except I won't get arrested for it. You have to experience it first hand in order to understand what I mean. I was hunting for the Note II and when I played with the 920 in an ATT store, I'm convinced that my search is over.
I called ATT today and the Customer Service dept had the Cyan available even though it shows out of stock online. (The CSR told me their inventory was diff from online inventory, e.g. CS didn't have yellow in stock, but it is in stock online). So you maybe able to get the cyan with the BOGO or free charger deal.
I have one of these bad boys and am absolute in love with it. The lack of apps really isn't a huge deal IMO. As others have mentioned, they have many many of the main ones and the only one I personally find myself wanting is Spotify (but even still, they have good alternatives like xbox music or rdio -- or you can wait for the Spotify app which comes out Q1 2013).
Aside from that, I can't fault it on anything. The camera quality is one of the best of all phones in the market, wireless charging is incredibly convenient, and my battery life is borderline ridiculous. (used it a bit less than regularly today, but I'm still at 85% life left). All of this coming from a 25 year old nerd who, before this phone, wouldn't dare touch a windows phone.
have you tried Nokia Music app? you get to download unlimited music for free for life !!it beats any other music appp out there (rdio/spotify etc)...i like the maps in particular,the Nokia maps have the latest roads and is offline i.e you dont use data charges when you drive using the phone gps...m luvin my 920 ...
I've been using this phone for a week and love it. 32gb internal, awesome low light camera tech, The nokia apps are actually useful (I'm looking at you, Samsung), and the OS performance is just ridiculous. MS is also completely phasing out anything to do with Zune and ushering in xbox music, which is a HUGE plus because it not only deals with your music library, it completely simplifies syncing and file access on PC.
Honestly, there are a few apps I would like to see in the marketplace, but they are ones I can and will live without. The pros of this phone definitely outweigh that con.
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