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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#9 - anon id: 804136b7
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(04/16/2014) [-]
**anonymous rolled image**

Is it not obvious that someone took a picture of BSOD and transferred it on their phone and took a picture of that too?
User avatar #4 - masterjogi
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(04/15/2014) [-]
This is just a blatant lie, the windows phone bluescreen looks completly different. Also WinPhone is Masterrace
#6 to #4 - anon id: 7c94b4f7
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Your Idiotphone5stupid?
#2 - notcoll
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I bought a Samsung Galaxy S4 the day before the S5 came out. But after years of being an Iphone slave I can truly say mfw
I bought a Samsung Galaxy S4 the day before the S5 came out. But after years of being an Iphone slave I can truly say mfw
User avatar #1 - charagrin
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To date as a Business Sales Rep, I have sold 128 Windows phones for ATT and Verizon in lots of 4 or more to businesses. I have had a whopping 98 returned and exchanged for other platforms.

I like windows, hell, I love windows, but Windows phones are even worse than Apple as far as usability and quality goes. And for me to say that, those who know me know I am serious. If it had a intuitive and solid presentation like windows 7/XP or similar, with icons and a graphical mouse overlay, I wouldn't mind it. But it uses a counter-intuitive tile system. Want to open this app thats not on your home screen? You have to go to tiles, applications, app genre, app, open, yes, then wait 10-30 seconds or it to start. Ridiculous.
User avatar #3 to #1 - enigmaticspirit
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At least they didn't take that inefficient design and make their desktop OS the same thing, despite the fact that its predecessor was far more streamlined and allowed everything to be found just by clicking something on your desktop or tapping a button on the bottom left corner... Right?

...Right?
User avatar #8 to #3 - bamman
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Do you even 8.1?
#5 to #1 - anon id: a82c8096
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I'm gonna have to call ******** on that. As one random guy on the internet who is probably lying, I can say from my personal experience fo having a single Windows Phone that they are the greatest phones ever made by human hands and are literally perfect.

No but seriously I haven't had any of the problems you describe. Also, the non-home-screen apps are accessed this way: 1. Swipe right. 2. Tap icon. 3. Wait the app opening time that is roughly the same for every phone ever made. 4. You're an idiot.
User avatar #7 to #1 - veettrees
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That's just a lie. Every app is in the all apps view. Literally swipe to the side and tap what you want and it and it opens, no 'app genre' 'open' or 'yes' commands even exist. Also windows phones are almost always faster than comparable androids.