'Latest version of Windows Phone.'
'The Windows Phone OS has a smaller app market, the handset's battery is nonremovable, and like the Android M8s before it, photos aren't as sharp as those from its competitors.'
'Premium construction that looks very different from other Windows Phones.'
'Fluid and stable video footage with 3x lossless zoom. '
'Good full HD display'
'Bright, well-built design. '
'Colour accuracy is lifelike, though, and colours really pop on the OLED screen.'
'Beautifully crafted metal and polycarbonate design.'
'Comfortable soft-touch design.'
'Slight muffling of phone call audio.'
'wide viewing angles'
'Nokia's ClearBlack technology makes the display quite visible when outside, so that's a big plus.'
'The handset is also pretty chunky and will not be to everyone's tastes.'
'Viewing angles are wide and the display has a fast 60Hz refresh rate.'
Slimmer body and straight, grippable sides
$100 on-contract price, Slightly thinner & lighter design
Very good low-light camera performance
Smooth performance, Sharp camera
Superb low lighting camera performance
Exclusive apps including free driving and transit directions.
Eye-popping HD screen
Heavy, big, bulky, and large
Very large screen, microSDXC card slot
Expandable storage, Swappable battery
'Navigation is identical to the previous phone, the touchscreen gestures are intuitive and the Magic responds to these well.'
'Short on juice Battery life is acceptable but not outstanding, not least because the Magic is always chatting away with the internet to deliver and receive your emails.'
'in most instances touching the screen is easier.'
'Streaming video looked impressive though, or at least it did once we'd discovered the 'watch in high quality' button in the menu.'
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