PhoneArena Knows Best #2
As you know, PhoneArena Knows Best is our advice column. You can send us your questions about anything mobile-related at the following email, and we'll do our best to answer the most interesting of them. We're waiting for your inquiries at:
Which AT&T phone to get?
I'm debating on a new phone. Sprint has agreed to let me terminate my contract a few months early based on the fact that where I just moved
has minimum to no service. So now I am debating on what new phone to get. I really like the Galaxy S II Skyrocket for AT&T as well as the
Galaxy Note, but I would be really interested in the Nokia 900, however I am not a fan of the limited amount of storage and no SD card option.
Should I continue waiting until something better comes along? Or just jump on one of the fantastic Samsung devices?
Verizon Galaxy Nexus dropping calls while on LTE... should I trade it for a RAZR or Rezound?
Which smartphone OS is best for business?
My name is George Karpoutzakis and i am from Greece. I am used to Microsoft outlook on a laptop for sending and receiving business e-mails, but now i want to transfer all that on a phone to speed up my work, what is your suggestion for buying a suitable phone for me?? Android - WP - iPhone perhaps???
Great job with the site guys keep it up!!!!
Yours sincerely George Karpoutzakis from the beautiful and exciting Greece!!
Are there limitations with Windows Phone in unsupported countries?
I’m an Egyptian resident and am very much on the verge of getting down a Lumia 800 from one of our European neighbors where the phone has launched months ago. However I’m undecided because I don’t know if I can avail of software updates, if I can receive texts in Arabic and if I can download apps from market place as the MS website cleverly detects my location and warns that some Zune services are not available here. Can you please help putting to rest my anxieties so that I can go ahead and make my purchase? (FYI, Nokia Egypt sales personnel have no clue about the Lumia range!!)
Thanks in advance and I’m sure many a user will be happy with this new service offering.
That Windows 8 phone by HTC...
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8. ZEUS.the.thunder.god (unregistered)
actually very nice and un-biased advice. and i truly appreciate Ray and all the people behind this excellent effort. keep it up PA:)
3. remixfa (Posts: 13901; Member since: 19 Dec 2008)
for business use, android is the best. it gives you better exchange support with more options, has more over all security options, and u can't beat Widgets for calendar/email/ task list use. ... especially ICS Widgets since they are scrollable
4. nicknack84 (Posts: 14; Member since: 02 Dec 2011)
I thought the Lumia 900 was only coming with 16GB of memory? In the response to the first question they say it is coming with 32, is this correct?
5. keron (Posts: 11; Member since: 28 Mar 2012)
yaa...lumia 900 has 16 gigs of memory....i think phone arena have writen it mistakenly...
6. downphoenix (Posts: 2134; Member since: 19 Jun 2010)
questions like Lonnie's shouldn't even be aired. Well unless that's ALL the questions you had for this week.