Yes, yes I know. I don’t sell these phones, but after using my Samsung focus for over a year and a half now, I’m very happy with their ability to make a great smartphone. While the Windows Phone Blog is a little biased in their opinion of their product, they’re going to tell you which is the best phone to purchase in regards to Windows Phone 8. For those of you who haven’t seen Windows Phone 8…I think you’re in for a treat. 🙂
You can read Microsoft’s review of Samsung’s phone here…and when I get one of those phones, I’ll show it off here as well. 🙂
For those of you who haven’t used a Windows Phone 7 or 7.5, you’re missing out. It’s a different kind of sandbox, and those who utilize an iPhone can relate a bit to how it operates. Since most folks still utilize a PC desktop with Windows while at work, the internal workings of the phone pair up nicely. For example, being able to read excel documents, powerpoints, and word docs on my phone as a native function has come in quite handy over the past year. Not to mention a lot of features that you’d need a specific app for on another phone are built into the OS.
Is Microsoft perfect, no. But neither is any of the other manufacturers. Phones aren’t always driven by how useful they are, but by what people see as a status symbol. However when that status symbol doesn’t play well with your work environment, you’ll be looking for an alternative. 🙂