Being on US T-MO and being a WP user on the first round T-MO came in with two high end sets the HTC HD7 and the Dell Venue Pro. moving forwarded to WP7.5 T-MO went for two middle range devices the Nokia Lumia 710 and the HTC Radar. Moving right along to WP8 and again T-MO comes in with two middle range devices. the Nokia Lumia 810 and the HTC 8x both being 4.3 in screen size. the Samsung ATIVs sporting a 4.8 in screen size a 16-32–64 GB removable battery This device is something that should be sitting on the T-MO network giving us WP users a better choice on a larger screen and removable battery.. I don’t understand there ho hum approach. As much as I like being on the T-MO network I’m finding it harder and harder to stay as they seam to not want to carry high end WP devices at all.
We know that the L920 is in high demand with supply’s not keeping up with the demand. So did Nokia miss judge sales predictions or are they now unable to mass produce devices, thus the reason for Nokia going down the exclusive road.?
HTC has done somewhat better but they as well are seeing shortages. With the 8x
With strong demand ground breaking design WP8 is gaining ground.
So it looks as though the ATIVs isn’t going to happen this year total failure on Samsung psrt
We are now some 30 days into WP8..with only two real devices one being the most sought after windows device yet it’s exclusive to only one carrier in the states the other is trying to be called a flagship device with just 16gb. Samsung ATIVs is still missing in action.such a shame that it is which leaves WP fans little choiceWP8 has clearly been a disaster no show devices to ones that are exclusive at this rate why would anyone want one with so much to chose from on Android
Wouldn’t it have been nice if you could let us say Play all your games that you have WP7 on your home PC for the times that you are home. I think having full features like that is the way to go. Overtime I think we are going to see big slowdowns on PC sales. with more and more sales going to Tablets and Phone devices, I still think there will be a big demand for laptops as well but the days of the PC leading the pack are all but over. Sure when I’m at home I want to use my big 24 inch screen on my gaming rig.So it would be rather nice to be able to use or have access to all my WP7 apps from my home PC.
It’s features like this that would be a really big game changer for the WP7 ecosystem. We all know that in a few short months Microsoft will no longer be bound by the antitrust ruling. So we could be seeing a lot of this in the coming Mango update this fall and the new Win8 that will be coming out as well.
Microsoft really needs to get the updates out what is sad is that we wont be seeing anything until the fall and that would be that the bugs will not get patched that the MP is still rather flawed. When one is scrolling say in social and you happen to see and app that you like, clicking it on reading about the app when you go back to the MP after reading about the app you are taken back to the top rather than coming back into the point where you left off.
Though I must admit I’m really excited about the Nokia WP7 devices that will be coming out soon. I’m hoping that T-MO will be offering Nokia WP7 devices.Also not only do they make quality devices there Turn by turn navigation using Ovi maps us simply the best.
T-MO. Customers should be worried about this mirage. T-MO with the best customer service AT&T the worst. T-MO has great pricing. AT&T bleeding pricing. Anyway you cut the pie the customers from T-MO are going to get screwed!
I’m not a big fan of what is going on currently. When this happens there will only be three major carriers in the US. which means pricing is going to up for less service. I see a future where smart-phone users are going to get bleed to death price wise. We need a campaign to stop this merger. Stop the monopoly of wireless carriers and there outrageous pricing and tactics.