Microsoft makes more money from the deals they struck with OEMs than it does with WP7. WP7 is a cool mobile OS, but it still needs a little help.
Windows Phone 7, while being such a great OS. Has been in a rut for quite a while, it's a shame when Microsoft has to earn it's mobile profits from licensing deals rather then it's own OS.
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The point here is that they keep earning more money and makes them feel good lol
Guess what I got in the mail today! A Windows phone for Sarah. I figured it would be easier for her to use! The phone seems great, even operationally, but guess what, no windows phone does WIFI calling. Yes you could skype etc, and yes it could connect to the internet over my wireless network, but it cannot make calls over WIFI period. So it will be going back home as soon as I get the Samsung I ordered for her, oh and my mother got one as well, it will also be going back on Monday and being replaced with a Samsung Android phone. Stupidity like this is what has killed Windows phone up until now and what will continue to kill it if it keeps being implemented as a valid design choice. Oh and it is a top of the line just released Nokia as well. The phone seems great the decisions seem ridiculously stupid, I was even thinking about maybe switching to one if I liked it, so basically Windows phone lost 3 users in my and my families houses today! That may only be 3 users today but that adds up over time my brother and his wife already have and love iPhones.
I hate having to buy linceses. :( everytime its like an 80 dollar kick in the nuts, i probably wont have kids because of you microsoft are you happy?
I have a list of computers that i have been refurbishing that i am done on except that i dont have money for lincenses.
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