"An excellent phone, particularly for business use."4.0 starson by EWCTCU
Pros: Easy integration with exchange
*Start screen is unique and customizable; I prefer it to iOS
*The camera and Nokia add on "lenses" are great
*Photo album integration with Facebook
Cons: *The app environment. I'm not missing anything really important, only a few time saving apps, but it is an issue.
*No native stopwatch/timer
*Voice to text works well; voice control doesn't.
*Hard to operate one handed
Summary: I made the decision to try Windows phone in large part out of curiosity and because I am contrarian. After reading about the Lumia 920, I decided to give it a shot. I love the feel of the phone, and think it looks great.
I do a lot of work on my phone; effective integration with exchange was a necessity. The email works great, both with exchange and with gmail. I prefer it to iOS. I also greatly prefer skydrive to iCloud. It integrates much more easily with windows explorer on my computer, and makes it easy to manage files. Mobile office is nice. Excel works extremely well. I'm less impressed with Word. Powerpoint might as well just be a viewer. IE explorer plays much nicer with secure websites I use for work than does Safari.
As for all the other stuff. The camera is great; my wife who hates that I switched acknowledges that the pictures are better than iphone 4s. I love the live tiles; that feature is what first led me to windows. They are functional and make organizing the start screen easy. It is much less cluttered than my iphone. I like the facebook and twitter apps, and the photo integration with facebook is excellent. I do wish that I could open multiple pages from twitter (I like to open several tabs to read - I've not found a way to do this from twitter as of yet).
The major flaw is the app environment. It's little things that are missing, lots of company apps. The lack of google apps is also annoying.