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Are Windows cell phones any good? (1 Viewer)

I don't know about the 925 but Nokia Lumia 1020 is easily the best phone available to the public.

 
I don't know if they're any better. All I can tell you is I've had my LG Windows phone for five years and haven't had any problems. I sometimes wonder if I'm the last guy on the planet without a smart phone.

 
Major said:
I don't know about the 925 but Nokia Lumia 1020 is easily the best phone available to the public.
:lmao: shocking that you declare the 1020 the best phone available to the public :crazy:

First and foremost: there's no branching of users. Whether you're a power user, a 90-year-old granny, a toddler or a Brooklyn hipster, you get the same UX.

Secondly: the most used functions should be always accessible, period. When a user picks up a phone with a specific task in mind, his path to complete that task should be as optimized as possible. That's why iOS has a quick access dock as well as most Android phones.

If you look at the live tiles, there are useless animations, complete disregard of visual cues and the focal points are all over the place. Why is the Red Bull app colored, thus stealing my attention, while the more important phone and message icons are not? Why is the Xbox Live tile green by default, making it the only one to stand out?

Thanks to these things, the UI is crowded and it's difficult to form a visual hierarchy of what I'm seeing.

Fourthly: no folders. Only an alphabetical app list.

 
I don't know about the 925 but Nokia Lumia 1020 is easily the best phone available to the public.
:lmao: shocking that you declare the 1020 the best phone available to the public :crazy:

First and foremost: there's no branching of users. Whether you're a power user, a 90-year-old granny, a toddler or a Brooklyn hipster, you get the same UX.

Secondly: the most used functions should be always accessible, period. When a user picks up a phone with a specific task in mind, his path to complete that task should be as optimized as possible. That's why iOS has a quick access dock as well as most Android phones.

If you look at the live tiles, there are useless animations, complete disregard of visual cues and the focal points are all over the place. Why is the Red Bull app colored, thus stealing my attention, while the more important phone and message icons are not? Why is the Xbox Live tile green by default, making it the only one to stand out?

Thanks to these things, the UI is crowded and it's difficult to form a visual hierarchy of what I'm seeing.

Fourthly: no folders. Only an alphabetical app list.
Just revert back to smoke signals if you struggle with things this much....life will be much easier for you until you burn yourself.

 
I have the Nokia 1520 and do like it. It is just too much phone for me is what I have come to realize. The phone is also too big for me.

The phone and its capabilities is great. I have nothing bad to say about it other than the size. I will probably go back to the iPhone 6 when it comes out.

 

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