Last one out of the Kinjaverse, turn out the lights.
Last one out of the Kinjaverse, turn out the lights.
Illustration for article titled My thoughts on my new Nokia 928

I am always carrying either two cell phones or zero, depending on the site security of my workplace. I carry a work phone and a personal one. My personal phone has always been an iPhone, but I like to experiment with my work ones.


I have been fortunate to get as my latest work phone the Nokia 928 Windows Phone. I'm a fan of the Windows Phone OS, and version 8 is an improvement over the Mango version. It has the same tile format as Windows 8 and Xbox 360, and on mobile devices is where that format works the best. Where iOS is more an app and media consumption ecosystem, Windows Phone takes a more integrated approach. This actually makes Windows Phone a better device for pure communication, IMHO.

The construction of the 928 is beautiful. The matte painting on the aluminum with the large OLED screen are a great combination together. Battery life is good, but not great.

My only issue with it so far is its ability to sync with my Windows 7 PC. Prior versions of Windows Phone used Zune to sync, and this worked extremely well. They have abandoned that and went with a new Windows Phone sync system that does not work most of the time and is unintuitive when it does. It is like they reinvented the wheel, but in a square shape.

Overall, I like the phone, and I look forward to the next 18 months with it.

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