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Old 08-22-2017, 10:45 PM   #1
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Anybody else here ever try the windows phone. Man, it was a great phone. Especially for the price. It took tremendous photos. easy for surfing, tunes, and texting.

For those who aren't app users, other than pandora, and navigation, ...money. I wish they would get back in the game.

I picked up an android with 13 mp camera, and the pictures aren't as vibrant, or something.... Otherwise, fine. I like a good camera phone, just I don't want to shell out < $100.
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I know I sound like a fanboy. But you get what you pay for with Apple products. The phones last longer and the thing I like is the easy integration you get. If you don't like Apple then step up to Samsung or HTC for Android. Their quality really does make a difference.

Windows Phone was too little too late. I do think they had a good phone but the market had already been saturated. I bought both my computer and iphone used from Gazelle.com and had really good results with both. I paid about half of the new price for the same specs.

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My wife had a windows phone, I must say the photos were very good. But it wasn't for me, I still want a small compact phone that fits in my pocket, her windows phone was the size of a mini iPad.
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My wife had a windows phone, I must say the photos were very good. But it wasn't for me, I still want a small compact phone that fits in my pocket, her windows phone was the size of a mini iPad.
Weird. The one I got was from Fred Myer. A go-phone, that was regular sized. Yeah, I too want one that fits in the pocket. I don't need a mini tablet.
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I know I sound like a fanboy. But you get what you pay for with Apple products. The phones last longer and the thing I like is the easy integration you get. If you don't like Apple then step up to Samsung or HTC for Android. Their quality really does make a difference.

Windows Phone was too little too late. I do think they had a good phone but the market had already been saturated. I bought both my computer and iphone used from Gazelle.com and had really good results with both. I paid about half of the new price for the same specs.
perhaps a little late. But still, a pretty good product, especially for the price. I would have thought, "if you build it, they will come". Never too late for a bargain.
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