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FreeAsIAM
Apr 12
FreeAsIAM
Overall
5.0
FreeAsIAM

"Happy as Larry"

I have had my Lumia 800 for about a month now, and upgraded from my HTC Mozart which has served me well. Ironically, the Mozart's strength, is the Lumia's only weakness, in that the Mozart's Camera is probably the best on any phone available on the market today. Other than that, I was amazed at my new day+ battery life on a single charge, even though I have arguably been addicted and been using my phone much more. The Bluetooth connectivity with my car and Office Plantronics kit is WAY superior, and as I do a lot of conference calls this is actually a big deal. In the car, no-one would guess that I am not on a landline. The biggest change from the Mozart though is just the build quality - the Lumia feels great, the buttons just work and importantly the screen and touch is super fast and responsive. Last but not least, Nokia Drive was initially my killer - must have feature - but I would say the whole package (minus the camera) has made this an addictive experience. I have 100% coverage for the apps that I care about - and have loaded Lync 2010, Skpe, Tech News Now, News 360, World Clock, TED, Facebook, Rowi (Twitter), WhatsApp, Amazon Kindle and Mobile, Endomondo, eBay, Foursquare, Youtube, Qantas, Supetimer, Skydrive, WP Shortcut Tiles, Bing Translator, Cab App + Metro App. I have a bunch of games, but I hardly use them.

Happy as Larry.


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