Excerpt: I got this phone through work and have had it since a week after it came out. I had been on a HTC Trophy (WP7.5) before. This phone reinforces everything I love about Windows Phone. With Skydrive and Teamviewer, I can complete work work on my phone in a pinch. Games are coming along and I...
Pros: Live tiles are better Speaker phone rocks Pandora free of ads Camera amazing Camera options even better Functionality rock solid Screen beautiful Screen size just right for reading/carrying in pocket Basic apps work well! It's a steal at the price
Cons: Windows 8 app store not as robust as apple/android Camera has no optical zoom
Cons: Minimal customization available for the phone. For example, you can not choose specific applications that you want to have access to your location. You either turn on location settings for all applications or for no applications.
Excerpt: I went from the HTC 8X to the Nokia Lumia 928 and I haven't looked back. This phone is everything that the 8X wasn't. It has a fantastic camera, vivid screen, incredible battery life, and fantastic call quality. It's 4G and wifi make it easy to connect anywhere you are and speed through tasks. I have never used and loved a phone as much as this one. The only issue I have with it is that the chrome "Carl Zeiss" camera piece gets finger prints very easy.
"Run.awesome phone the 928 when it works;very buggie"
24 August 2013
Pros: Nice looking, quick, user friendly, customizable platform, takes awesome low light photos. Quality Nokia hardware. Few Nokia apps are top notch. great call quality,great phone when it works
Cons: battery life, audio,text,updating issues as many windows forums posts show. went through 2 factory resets(equivalent of wiping hard-drive and a bottomless pit of soft ones equivalent of removing your battery for those who don't know).1 failed backup.
Excerpt: No single phone will ever be THE phone that will meet everyone's needs. But this is the best phone that Verizon has ever carried. Ever. You don't have the security holes that Android is infamous for. You have features that iPhone can't touch (Camera). Optical image stabilization makes for great low-light photos. The UI is slick and doesn't get bogged down like Android. You don't need to manage the apps in the background, like Android - the OS does it for you.