Summary: Though the OS is second to none IMO - and the design, shape and size being brilliant, I have to score this phone (not necessarily the AT&T or TMO branded phones), but the Nokia factory phone, as lame. When I first got it the OS was 8.0 and I had a few issues. 1. The unlock screen would register taps that I did not do. This being rectified by hitting the power button to lock it and then bring it back to the unlock screen. 2.
Summary: You might have thought that this is a brittle phone from what nokia claims and the advertisements. But that’s not the case. Its very fragile. Not like its predecessor. I dropped this phone from my pocket a few days back and the display broke. And this is just a 20 days old phone. I just dropped it that one time. This is the same lumia 1520 that nokia claims to be strong, a durable one. I have used Nokia N95 and Nokia Lumia 800. Both were durable.
Summary: The phone did not work, I called to get a replacement, I had to go through 45 minutes of 'technical support' for them to confirm it didn't work. Then had to calle back to arrange a collection of it. To be told I would have to order the item again they would not simply arrange a replacement. I tried to reorder, the discount code I had wouldn't work, so own hod cost me fifty quid more next time round.
Summary: Returned to Amazon because not only does it NOT come with the Nokia 2 year European warranty, but despite changing the language settings, random apps still continues to display information in Chinese, making it unusable.