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  1. 1234eddie's Avatar
    I had a Windows phone once. SO SLOW. Horrible keyboard on glass. Internet a slug. Music player a total mess. Poor app store. The tiles look is too kiddy for my taste.

    It is crazy to think that an OLD bold 9930 of mine beats this window phone in terms of speed, ease of use, internet, music and video playing, etc...
    01-11-17 02:20 PM
  2. MrScotian's Avatar
    I had a Windows phone once. SO SLOW. Horrible keyboard on glass. Internet a slug. Music player a total mess. Poor app store. The tiles look is too kiddy for my taste.

    It is crazy to think that an OLD bold 9930 of mine beats this window phone in terms of speed, ease of use, internet, music and video playing, etc...
    I think the Win phones have moved on since then... I had a Bold at one point, after having had a full touch Samsung device - this was years ago now. I couldn't understand how BlackBerry was ever successful with those phones. LOL.
    01-12-17 07:46 PM
  3. adycoke2's Avatar
    I get a lumia 730 for my wife,it is an excelent phone,it is running smooth,also the call qualitty is so good,i own a classic and from all the calls I made the best q is when I am connected with the lumia. Lumia 730 has all the important apps and also free offline maps.Great Q screen and good zeiss photo lens also a 5MP for selfie camera is so great.
    Maybe not the best but I don't understand how ppl can call this as awfull

    Via classic
    01-15-17 12:50 AM
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