Yeah, just go one for my wife and she loves it. Voice quality is amazing, browser is great, and it's truly a multi tasking device, something that Android and iOS fanboys won't really appreciate. Don't get me wrong, I use Nexus 4, but at the end, these phones are all the same shit, and it only comes down to personal preference.
I recently purchased a BB9900. Nothing wrong with the BB from phone perspective. If people are interested in apps, apps..we have iPad, Ipod, nano, etc.
Critically, if one analyzes, there cannot be more than 10-15 things one can do. Today we have more devices with a lot of redundancies, now they are talking smart watch, smart glasses.
Simply it looks like smart_device*individual=constant. I fear dire consequences.
The point is, do we need another device, so what if it is BB/iPhone/Samsung/Lumia.
No Apps. No thanks.
I am using a Galaxy s3 and recently bought a Lumia 820 to switch away from Android for a while. After using it for a few days, I realised that many of the apps that I use on a daily basis in Android/iOS doesnt exist in Win Mobile. Same case with Blackberry, and makes it harder for people like me to buy one
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