Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 2nd May 2012 21:56 UTC
Windows A few days I switched back to Windows Phone 7.5 as my main smartphone operating system. Why? Well, because I can. I like to change things up every now and then, and blessed as I am with an iPhone 3GS (currently pulling duty at my best friend as her portable gaming device), Galaxy SII with CM9, and an HTC HD7, I have the luxury of doing so. Now that I'm back in the neat, tidy, and straight-lined arms of Windows Phone 7 - three long-standing issues really break the illusion, which all come from one source: the networking stack.
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RE: Correction
by gan17 on Thu 3rd May 2012 11:15 UTC in reply to "Correction"
gan17
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2008-06-03

I've never tried any WinPhone device, but I am fortunate enough to own both a Galaxy Nexus and N9.

I find the N9's keyboard much more comfortable compared to the one on the Nexus' ICS (non-swipe), despite the latter having a bigger screen (and bigger buttons as a result). Android's keyboard has improved by leaps and bounds, but Meego-Harmattan/N9's haptic feedback is truly something else. It's almost like it's organic, reacting at just the portion of the screen your thumb touches.

Edited 2012-05-03 11:17 UTC

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RE[2]: Correction
by sagum on Thu 3rd May 2012 11:48 in reply to "RE: Correction"
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2006-01-23

My WP LG e900 has one of the smallest screens at 3.7" (i think..) and I have quite big hands, not fat just big. And the keypad on the Windows Phone is great, I was a bit unsure of it before with all the problems with autocorrection on iOS, but I find I'm getting more and more lazy with my spelling and aiming now because it feels like I'm just bashing my finger randomly and the Winodws Phone somehow knows what I'm trying to say.... Now I feel like an Chimp.

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