Originally Posted by DNytAftr
After some thinking i think im leaning towards the white lumia 920, the induction charging along with some of their accessories (Nokia purity pro and jbl powerup) just make it super tempting
Although i would have liked at least 64gb of memory... i guess i could just lower the bitrate of music to 256kbps and maybe purchase an ipod classic for lossless music
By chance is the puremotion hd+ a fancy name for super amoled (or regular amoled pannel)? Ive read reports where its ips and amoled .. confusing @_@
Yeah having my Nokia 710 and only having 8GB does suck coming from my 32GB HD7,(I saw a post about switching the memory cards and did just that) I had to lower the bitrate for all my music to about 128 or 192, but regardless I don't notice any difference from 192,256, and 320 or rather if I do its very small only because HTC has a sound equalizer app, but that being the only noticeable difference and also GBs and space. But then again, its not like I expect to hear GRADE A audio quality from my phone, maybe the HTC with beats 2, not sure how good they are or if its just a 'bassy' sound like the headphones. But I think the 920 would definitely be my first choice, and maybe the ATIV as a second choice, as of now because HTC has yet to reveal anything officially, but maybe HTC will bring something awesome out and will sway my opinions completely, but if its anything similar to there One S/X/V I think I'll personally just ignore it as the Ativ/920 are far superior in my opinion as style goes. But then again the Ativ isn't going to come to Verizon so
. I was wondering what PureMotion HD+ was, I just remember having everyone talk about how nice it was and GLOVES, but not actually what it was whether it be IPS, Amoled, or super Amoled. But a fusion of the two, not sure if any phone has that to get a feel or example of it, but I must say with 32GB in the 920, would you really blow through it all. Also I hate to sound like that guy, but the 820 would be a better pick if it had a 720+ Screen resolution, with it having the expandable storage.
Originally Posted by SolidSnakeUS
There are probably 3 things I wish that could be better with WP8 (for my preferences):
1. Better app market: Nothing huge like iOS or Android, but a really good selection of good apps and games that can rival what's on my phone right now (and what I really do play a lot).
Weird... I was going to try for 3, but off the top of my head, I can't think of anything else right now. I was going to say customize but how the UI is set up, it actually eliminates the idea of needing an actual background. I'd prefer something other than IE, but if it works very well on the phone, I won't complain. Personally I hate Xbox (and Xbox Live), but I noticed you can remove that from the home screen, so no big deal. Also, I know very very few people who actually use Windows Messenger, so that's something that can be chucked (I basically use Steam, Skype and Facebook to communicate most of the time, rarely on Yahoo).
Outside of that, I like what I see.
Well with the app market at hand sitting at over 100k+, I'd imagine most notable apps are on the market place, not all but a huge majority, in some form of the same exact app, or some alernative is out there to be fair, but there's always room for improvement for having bigger apps that are on the other OS's. But I honestly think with the launch WP8 and WP8, that'll change drastically in my opinion, with a lot more people coming to WP8, and using W8 in general. IE10 on the phone from the tests that have been seen and demoed shows that its actually not bad or as bad as people may think when they here the word IE, it beats Android 4.0, and I believe comes fairly close to the iPhone4S (LINK
) on the browser tests what more could you ask for something that at the time wasn't even gold at the time of testing(Not sure if its better then it was when tested, I doubt it). The XBL thing, is merely just a game center folder, which holds all your games that you've downloaded from the marketplace, whether it be something from Microsoft deeming it an XBL game, or something from any other developer it all goes into your XBL game tiles, not sure if thats what you were asking or referring too though. But I'm also in agreeance with you I haven't used WM in ages, Skype and likes kind of out shadow it, and are far more convenient with just about everyone I know is using it, which makes it even better it's baked into the OS itself now.Edited by Dtrain - 9/18/12 at 10:20am