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Inside are a snapdragon 808 processor (just as in the nexus 5x), 3 gb of ram, and 32 gb of storage.
It isnt water resistant to the degr the 2015 moto g was, but it is sti built better than most other phones in this class, and it is splash resistant.
@Tomi I know you say you never delete comments unless they do not stick to the topic. But where the heck is my 1000+ word response to your comment went when I replied to your reply to my Christensen disruptive innovation comment? Unless it was some of your bloggin systems – Typepads- fault, as I saw quite a few people complain. In that case – just do try to think and care about commenters here, more. A better system is just a few clicks away, and if youd like to have a state of the art – Im sure – youll find a lot of help to do comments on your site via Disqus. Or just move to wordpressalready – they do have offers for thought leaders like you and should help in transition. Believe me – it will be worth it. If you care enough. Now gettin to the topic at hand. 1 reason – Messaging SMS. Ok. No problem with that 68 or 83% of consumers use their phone for SMS. They do, I know. The question is – have you heard about the concept of good enough? As in – this thing can do SMS good enough? Very few of those who send SMS, except for real hard core addicts (SMS is addictive, as you know), care enough for physical QWERTY keyboard. And Nokia knew it way before Elop. Or they would have made much more bestsellers with QWERTY instead of T9 keypad. And most of Nokia pre-touch bestsellers were T9 – for a decade of SMS ascendancy. And T9 was good enough for SMS, as touchscreen became later. If SMS was the key consumer choice criteria – why the heck would anyone need buy a smartphone? Which of Apples and Androids smartphones can do better SMS then NOkia or Blackberry? Good enough is good enough. And everyone today does SMS texting option well enough. Physical T9, QWERTY or touchscreen. Except for niche heavy addicts texters. And even if 90% of US smartphone owners said they would want better SMS text messaging – what do they mean by that? Would they choose a better text messaging phone with QWERTY or better T9? The numbers prove otherwise. No matter what they say they like – text messaging is good enough on every phone by now. And they voted with their wallets in 2010 and 2011 for iPhone or some Android. None of which is a superior texting phone to Blackberry. And as for your NPD 46% QWERTY phones in U. S. number. Well, maybe youll provide a link to that report, because when I Googled – I found only this one: www. npd. com press releases press_100209. html And I noticed that you said that NPD said in 2010 that 46% bla bla bla. The question is what year NPD was talking about? 2010 or 2009? When according to them, best selling phones in USA were BB Curve and LG Env3? And, if NPD is in any way reliable, what do their stats at the end of 2010 and 2011 say about QWERTY texting preference? In actual sales numbers? 2 Camera thing If camera megapixels are so important, why the heck are we stuck here. For 5 years, between 5 and 8 megapixels? Nokia N95 did 5 megapixels in 2007. Samsung Pixon upped it to 12 megapixels in 2008. Since then nobody cared much about it, until Nokia reached Samsungs 12 megapixel count in late 2010? iPhone didnt get there yet. Android with Sony Xperia thingie(s) will get there in 2012. Samsung -despite getting first to 12 megapixels in 2008 – never bothered to put it on its bestselling Galaxy S or S2 (5 and 8mpx). Is camera (after 5 or 8 megapixels) is really that important, or is it already good enough? 3 Look and feel. US Really? Did you read U. S pundit and tech blogger reactions after CES Nokia Lumia 900 announcement? Just a couple of most prominent: John Dvorak: www. pcmag. com article2 0,2817,2398716,00. asp Dan Lions (aka fake Steve Jobs) www. thedailybeast. com articles 2012 01 10 nokia-lumia-900-boast-sleeker-more-modern-design-than-apple-iphone. html Thats two of the biggest. We are still missing Walt Mossberg and David Pogue – well see what they have to say. But overall – reception of Lumia, especially in Look Feel department in U. S by tech and not so tech press has been overwhelmingly positive. 7 number of models Youve been ridiculing Nokia and insisting that Nokia will be hardly able ship anything WP last year. Unless, maybe, at the very end of the year. When they proved you wrong on that – you switched to not enough, crappy phone mode. Then you started ridiculing Nokia because theyve only got Lumia 710 and only on T-Mobile in U. S, and why they can not get on more carriers. When they announced Lumia 900 – well, you again switched to saying its not enough – only one phone on one carrier. Exactly when it will be enough? When Nokia announces the next phone on Sprint or Verizon at Mobile World Congress? Or when they have 3 phones on each U. S major carrier next year? And what about that great former Nokia U. S. sales team that only managed to put 1 flagship on one carrier in 3 and a half years? Only to be canceled because AT T wont market or subsidize it adequately? And what about AT being so f%^ked and pissed about Nokia because of X7 cancellation? So pissed that AT T CEO will come on stage at Nokia press conference and tout Lumia 900? You seem to forget that it takes time to build quality models on new OS, requiring new components, approach, etc; And that Nokia already did way better then you expected in your best case scenario in February or July, at getting Windows Phones to ship. (Not talking about sales yet) 8 Apps, ecosystem Symbian has 100K apps. Really? The reference you must be quoting should be Distimo (despite the reliability of it). This one: mynokiablog. com 2011 12 22 nokia-store-has-over-100000-applications-says-distimo Well, they do say that Nokia store has 100K+ apps. The problem is two fold: 1 they do include themes,ringtones, screensavers and other similar non app stuff in the numbers. 2 Its NOkia store – it does include all the Java 2ME apps for S40 (non Symbian devices). And the last time Nokia reported the split, about half a year ago (they changed the site so its hard to get to full numbers), it was approaching something like 30 or 40% in Java apps for S40. And Java apps were growing something like 10 faster then Symbian apps (adding between 5 and 10% a month to the split). So by now Java apps have to be at least at 50:50 split to Symbian, very likely – more. That means- there are only 50K Symbian apps in Nokia app store at best. And they include stuff that nobody else counts as apps. No matter how you look at it it took 10 years for Symbian to get to 50K apps. Or, to look things better – it took 2 and a half years since the launch of OVI store. It took Windows Phone only 15 months to get there. And, if Windows Phone could do it with only 1% of the market (as opposed to Symbians 70-30% in the time they had), what can they do when those percents and growth numbers start climbing like crazy. To only take Morgan Stanleys 37M WP No for 2012 – WP OS growth will be in the hundreds of percents depending on Q4 2011 results. And that does not even count other WP vendors. If developers already wrote 50K apps for Windows Phone, when it was stalled or even declining to 1%, dont you think they will notice these huge growth numbers? Looking only at the growth numbers – every expert who watches them, agrees that WP App Store is growing way faster then Android or Apples app store grew at a similar point of time since launch. And every developer already heard stories on what happens if you get in early in a new gen app store and achieve even moderate success. Sorry. Friday evening – gonna go, or wife will not understand. Will get back to the rest of your reason critique if you are interested, later 🙂 .
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