What I most consider in a phone is the keys and browser. It has to have physical keys and be able to connect to Wi-fi net and browser the internet without any problems. Cameras/space etc it's not valuable for me! xD
I really don't need those kind of things. I only need physicall keys and a good browser. The problem is that that lately they only realease smartphones with touchscreen, and I don't want that s*** for nothing.. They broke really easily and fail a lot.
I do think it is a great phone. My sister in law uses Lenovo phone. When she bought an iPhone, she doesn't want to let go of her 3-year old Lenovo phone. It is the one Kobe Bryant endorsed.
Right now, the best handset to consider is a Lenovo K3 note Plus which plays as an all-rounder. A big screen, decent camera and a poweful processor coupled with 2GB of RAM is all I need. I think its a perfect phone to buy that isn't gonna hurt your pocket much.
But I heard that there are not too many apps in Windows phones and that is an important drawback I think. Android phones are rich in applications and that gives them a definite edge over other models. Yes, you are right that Windows phones are not heavy when it comes to OS functions.
But Android is still the market leader and it is always better to be with the best in the market. You can have cheaper phones in Android market too I think. You have a lot of options to choose from Android devices unlike Windows and iOS models.
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