I could go on and on, such as the inefficient view of the list of contacts (too few on the screen at a time) and so forth, but I'll stop here, for now. It's a huge problem, and at least for me, makes Windows Phone a no-go, even if there are many other things about the platform that I like.It boils down to this: Nokia makes great hardware. Microsoft has the bones of a good OS, but too many things are missing or not working. In the end, therefore, it appears that the average consumer has come to the same conclusion that I did: There is no reason to buy a Windows Phone over Android or iOS -- or even BlackBerry! -- but there's plenty of reason to do the opposite.
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