Pros Camera: OIS;
Snappy Operating system;
Connectivity-Canadian version is pentaband
Best Navigation software/hardware
Super sensitive screen
Cons My complaints: Phone is @#$%ing huge. In vibration mode it can shake the furniture it is resting on.
Summary I am happy with my purchase,,Recommended
Pros Windows Phone 8
Collect all your contacts from LinkedIn, Facebook and Google so easily you won't believe it.
The WP8 interface is great.
Integrated Office apps with OneNote
Major apps are supported
Cons Needs more apps (this is minor since the major apps are there)
A little big
A bit of a learning curve
Summary I have read some reviews lambasting this phone for being too big. All I can say is, "give me a break". Would an ounce or two less be nice.... sure, but does my arm give out trying to talk on the phone...no. I went from the Iphone 4 running IOS 6 to this phone and I LOVE Windows Phone 8. I sure hope that others find it to be as great as I do and that this gives Nokia the boost it needs. Having been a Symbian hater, I never dreamed I would make the switch to Nokia. Was seriously considering the Samsung Note 2, but after reading and seeing some videos on WP8, I am thrilled with this device.
Pros Nokia city lens, camera, OIS, DESING and maps.
Cons Might be a bit thick for someone - especially if you keep it in your jeans pocket.
Summary After two androids (Samsung both) and one iPhone, it is time to switch. I used to have Nokia - 4 years ago. It been a long time to wait but their build-quality is second to none. Additionally, it's time to put some colour in the phones. After six years I can honestly say that Nokia has done the best phone at the moment.
Pros EVERYTHING except size and weight.
Cons Size and weight. It feels like my htc vivid its not bad butcould be better.
Summary It just the perfect I cant believe I have it. Camera out of this planet for a phone.the only phone that justifoes the price.
Pros Camera, maps, screen, price, phone
Cons Hardly any
Summary Best in the market