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WP7 will see much more adoption throughout the world once Nokia starts releasing more WP7 phones.
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You're right my bad. 3 months after the new flagship OS launched the market share actually dropped. It's clearly a winner.
So basically your opinion is not based on if the OS is actually good, but on how many people buy it.

That's like saying Pop music is the best because it sells more CD's than any other genre. You also failed to answer my simple question on why WP7 is garbage "for you", so I won't discuss with you any more.
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So basically your opinion is not based on if the OS is actually good, but on how many people buy it.

That's like saying Pop music is the best because it sells more CD's than any other genre. You also failed to answer my simple question on why WP7 is garbage "for you", so I won't discuss with you any more.
There's a difference between comparing profit vs. profit (as per your quaint little music analogy), and comparing profit vs. something LOSING MONEY.

And yeah, my WP7 experience is limited to 15 minutes in a store playing with floor models. Because I'm not stupid enough to even consider buying inferior products.
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There's a difference between comparing profit vs. profit (as per your quaint little music analogy), and comparing profit vs. something LOSING MONEY.

And yeah, my WP7 experience is limited to 15 minutes in a store playing with floor models. Because I'm not stupid enough to even consider buying inferior products.
Personal insults. Hm.

You sir, make me sad.
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post #15 of 92
WP7 has been much better than Android IMO.
I love my Focus.
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Once again another simple article turned into another "my opinion matters more then yours" thread. Just stop now. WP7 is simple, and it does what it's supposed to do. Android may be too confusing for consumers, like trying to learn Linux when Windows is more geared towards the everyday user as compared to the not-afraid-to-dig kind. I've only used Windows phones, but like Android and iOS just the same. But if there was a phone out there that had superb battery life, beautiful screen, great base of applications and wonderful signal/voice quality? I wouldn't care what it ran on. WP7, iOS, Blackberry, generic pay-as-you-go phone. They all have ups and downs. Personal opinions don't matter.
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post #17 of 92
You forgot, half of OCN are dimwits that don't read the article.
Not to mention, they don't know that their opinion is subjective.
post #18 of 92
I enjoy my Samsung Focus, the contrast from iTunes to Zune was really nice and the screen is intense. I was also surprised to see that the Focus has a better camera then the iPhone 4, has less Apps yea but I don't have much use for em so for $50 (contract) it's not bad at all.
post #19 of 92
I love my Windows Phone. By far the best gaming device out there (Xbox Live intergration...yes please!) and the most beautiful OS ever created. Oh and the devices themselves are great as well.
post #20 of 92
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Originally Posted by Celeras View Post


You're right my bad. 3 months after the new flagship OS launched the market share actually dropped. It's clearly a winner.

Text for the readophiles: http://www.theinquirer.net/inquirer/...lls-thanks-wp7
Don't forget, percentages. Mobile phones are a growing population. If Jan 2010 in your chart means that there are 1 million mobile phones out there, then it could also mean that Jan 2011 would have 2 million phones out. It's not that MS is losing customers to google, it's just that.. new users along with Blackberry users went Google, and MS customers stayed MS.
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