Summary: My first windows phone and its great. Comfortable to hold, fast and good camera. Cant wait for the windows 8.1 roll-out from T-Mobile so I can use the new Cortana app. Overall, a great phone with great features and good price if bought used.
Summary: I bought this phone to upgrade from my Samsung Focus with Windows Phone 7. This is a great Windows Phone 8 model. While the camera isn't as good as the Lumia 925 or 1520, it still takes great pictures with the Carl Zeiss lens. The biggest drawback to this phone is the fact that T-Mobile has stopped supporting it. Thus, it won't get the latest updates officially.
Excerpt: Using WP8 is a good but not enough, with 8.1 is amazing, Great multimedia, amazing IU, really smooth, Thnks LM for SD card Support, I really like this phone, But I HATE THE FACT I CANNOT SHARE DATA USING USB TETHER,
i love it nice camera and quality this is my first ...
Oscar Cecena, Amazon
2 July 2014
Summary: i love it nice camera and quality this is my first windows phone i always had android but now i don't change my windows phone back to android i love this phone its better definitely i will buy another one later
If you're a T-Mobile user looking for a Versatile Windows Phone, this is still the best Option even 2 years later!
20 June 2014
Summary: Is this the absolute best T-Mobile Windows Phone to-date? Well, depends on your needs - for my needs, yes - it's the best. At a bare minimum, I wanted a T-Mobile phone with Windows Phone OS, Removable Batteries, Micro-sd slots and Wireless charging capability. Plus, I need a phone with a reasonably sized screen that doesn't look awkward in my dress-pants, This phone fits the bill (NOTE: for wireless-charging capability, you do need to replace the back cover with a...
Summary: This Phone is excellent. It has all the features of the previous models and more. If you used any of the Nokia windows 7 phones, you will be very please with this windows 8 phone. It has apps that are comparable to the IPhone. I have always love the ability access Microsoft office documents from my phone. The bigger screen allows you to access features with ease. The bigger screen also makes it easier to read and edit documents.
Summary: I've been waiting over a decade for a Windows phone to be invented. It stores documents in SkyDrive, which I can pull up on my phone, edit, and email. I can work with pdf or any doc attached to an email. The tiles make it easy to use. The navigation has directions and even public transit directions. Nokia has a ton of apps, including ESPN, TV, and City Lens, which views your surroundings and tells you what businesses (i.e. restaurants, convenience stores) are nearby.