Okay, reality check, people. I'm a supernerd with tons of experience. Let me ask you a rhetorical question: has anyone actually seen Windows work properly for a long time without crashing, rebootung for no reason, slowing down for no reason, live a long and happy life without ever catching a virus, or earning no dents in its casing out of user frustration? Do you want a phone that works like THAT? Doesn't anyone remember the first-generation smartphones powered by Windows? Do you *really* want to run your life using software from a company that has been scandalized over and over, or every ither time they release their flagship product the whole world HATES it?<br />
I carry an iPhone mainly because it has the cleanest design and as an actual phone it has never let me down. I don't really trust Android mainly because the hardware platforms are too unpredictable, but admit that's prejudging them.

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You'll have less headaches with the android but neither one of those are perfectly stable.

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Can you elaborate? Are you referring to the lesser number of apps available or about the functionality or efficiency of the windows phone OS?

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I have 4 lines on my account. <br />
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3 Androids (Galaxy S 2, 3 and 4) and a Nokia Windows phone.<br />
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The person with the Nokia can't wait to switch over to an Android. <br />
Microsoft supposedly will not be supporting the OS with updates.

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Bought a Nokia Lumia 710 last year. Three weeks after I bought it Microsoft announced Windows Phone 8. Checked with Nokia Customer Services and they told me that I will NOT be able to upgrade the software to 8 when it is released.

This really sucks as my wife managed to keep upgrading the software for her iPhone for over 3 years.

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I have a Google Nexus which is a "pure Android" phone and I love it. However, I have a friend with a Nokia Windows phone and she loves it. Her phone is neat and has some cool features, and especially good camera in low-light. My guess is that if you get a good mid-range phone of either kind you will be happy with it.

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what do you want to use it for? calls? emails?

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calls, emails, web browsing, storing pics coz im a photographer, videos.. good display is a requirement.

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Then go for Windows Phone.. No tons of apps for the phone but most of the utility apps are present in the windows market.

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