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      02-07-2012, 04:31 PM   #12
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Originally Posted by ZZZZ View Post
I went from an iPhone to Android and now Windows Phone Mango.
I hated Mango at first, and now I strongly feel it is the most stable/well thought out OS of the bunch. It is missing some of the software support, but it has a lot of Microsoft apps/titles for it and meshes seemlessly with your Xbox if you have one. Including gamer points/achievements, and ability to remotely control your XBOX and such.

However, out of Android / iPhone, I feel Android is more customizable and better for more advanced computer users, you can do a lot with it. But it requires a lot of 'fiddling' to get a balance of performance vs battery life. I've had quite a few crashes, you'll soon learn how to do a hardware reset on the thing. iPhone is much simpler and extremely boring in my opinon, but it makes up for boring with stability and software support. iPhone is to Toyota, as Android is to Audi. (that is---much more sleek, much less stable).
Yeah same, I had some hands on with Nodo, pre-Mango, and Mango, then went back to Gingerbread and I've been tweaking and stuff... But even when not messing around with custom ROMs, kernels, OC/UV, etc... I seem to be having issues with stability.

Now that there's a Super AMOLED WP offering coming out with the Carl Zeiss optics in the camera.... Although WP7.* is still lacking in features, the stability and ease of use when I had it was good. Now they've put a good package together, the Lumia 900 looks like it'll be a good phone. Apollo should be out later this year with a lot of Mango's missing features. WP7 got a bad rap for damn good reason before Mango was out (Nodo was pretty rough, my opinion was that WP6.5 was actually better with all the extra features it offered), and it still is lacking in some aspects, namely customization, but it just works and is simple. Sometimes, that's all I want.