That’s how long I’ve been using my Lumia Windowsphone and it has been great so far. It’s not a phone I’ve wanted to own, but now that I’ve had a chance to use it, don’t think I’ll be switching to anything else.
Sure there are the shortcomings and delayed introduction of apps to it but on the basic functions side, it works really fell. It’s the equivalent of a Cadillac (I’m talking about the Nokia-Windows dynamic), which has introduced many firsts and greats to the world. And I’m happy with it. Of course I’m envious when the S-class of the mobile world, the iPhone goes by, but I would never trade this for one of those gimmicky, rip off and soulless Samsung-Androids, which to me is the equivalent of one of those noisy kit cars modified by someone with more money than taste.