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Live Chat: Nokia Lumia 900!  Tuesday, April 24th, 5:00 PM EST


As you're probably aware, I've been carrying the Nokia Lumia 900 as one of my personal devices for my latest 30-day challenge series.  Trying to get used to Windows Phone as my daily driver has been a fun adventure, and I've had my fair share of likes and gripes over the past few weeks.  I really like the fluidity of Windows Phone, but am annoyed by the lack of customization in several respects.

The video series is ongoing, but I want to take it a step further and talk about it in real time!  I'll be broadcasting LIVE on PhoneDog TV (and right above this text) from 5:00 to 5:30 PM on Tuesday, April 24, and want to hear all of your pressing questions.  Ask me anything about the Lumia 900 - from battery life to apps to music functionality - and I'll do my best to answer it during our time together.  If you've wanted to ask a question but haven't been able to, now is your time!  It'll be a relaxed, fun atmosphere.  Bookmark this page and join me, won't you?


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Hector E Craig This is pointless. Phone sucks ass.
Michael Buchko Jr. You will be doing this on "Tuesday" the "23rd" of April 2012 according to the article? Please help me figure out when that's happening so I can participate.
Seph McFierce There are many times that I'm doing something and I want to check on something else. When I want to go back to what I was doing, I just hit the back button. I don't think of it as driving backwards. When I think of Android and iOS I now think of them like this: I visit phonedog.com and read the current headlines, then I bounce off to check MSNBC.com's headlines....so when I want to go back to phonedog.com because id rather read an article I saw on there, I have to hit my browser's home button and launch the phonedog.com web site from that home page. Doesn't sound better than just hitting the back button to me.
Will Terry is there any "Siri" service on Windows Phone? I heard of something with Bing?
Will Terry someone at BestBuy mentionned an upcoming '910' device? any idea what it iis?
Christopher Reese is the battery life good on the nokia??
Seph McFierce I love how I can go back to previous apps using the back button. iPhone doesn't have that and Android only goes back through the current app and stops once it backs out of the app and lands in the home screen.
Scott Sanstad I'm thinking about switching to a Lumia 900 when it comes to T-Mobile (if it ever does) since I've been VERY disappointed by my G2X experience with the update situation. I'd also like to toss my iPod out the window so I can integrate my iPod and my phone. Would you recommend the Lumia 900 (considering I need about 16GB of storage for my music and Podcasts), or would you suggest going to the iPhail? Whats the software update situation like on the Lumia for long-term usage?
Jeff Davis How about the comparison to the Galaxy Note?
Seph McFierce One benefit of the multitasking, at least for native apps, is - if I want to compose a text message and copy-n-paste something from another message, I do not have to close the message to get back to my list of text messages.
Ali Guess Thoughts on camera quality?
Hunter Hambrick when do you think we will see the lumia on other carriers
Tony Allen I played with one, didn't seem any kind of special from other WP devices.. next.
Will Terry any rough idea of the sales ? and do you know how AT&T has to push this phone in its stores? (commissions?)
Marco Raymond I want to know how the Lumia sales are going for Nokia in the USA
Berley G Dowd Not really. A boring os doesn't appeal to me. Those tiles ugh! Android 4 the win!!!! Btw iPhone sucks just as bad.
Gregory Holbird We will know enough Bout it. According to ad age at&t is going to soend $150 million to promote it. More than they spent on the iphone launch. Not to mention what nokia and microsoft will kick in.
Chris Carrasco No. I'd like to know more about the HTC One X




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