Verizon's upcoming ad for HTC 8X again focuses on familiarity with Windows
0. phoneArena 18 Nov 2012, 16:04 posted on
An upcoming Verizon ad for the HTC 8X plays on the familiarity of Windows, much the same way that the carrier's first television spot for the Nokia Lumia 822 does; the HTC 8X will launch via Verizon on November 27th...
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1. Mr.Mr.Upgrade (Posts: 472; Member since: 30 Aug 2011)
Verizon why offer This crap.... It doesn't stand a chance....
2. chaoticrazor (Posts: 2347; Member since: 28 Aug 2012)
shush again your talking with so much hate.....did windows hurt you in some way
3. winddroid (Posts: 13; Member since: 13 Oct 2012)
Have you used WP8? It's easy to use, stable and fast. It might not be for you but what it does it does very well. Verizon and AT&T pushing it will at least give it a chance.
5. Cynipap999 (banned) (Posts: 138; Member since: 15 Nov 2012)
Windows had a chance in 2008; they gave the ball to Android, the rest is history! I must say, though, aside from those hideously horrendous tiles, the Lumia 822 is a nice device. And, if the Lumia 822 is nice, I can only imagine the Lumia 920 (I will make it a point to step into an AT&T this week). Unfortunately, I have more faith in Android at this point and am anxiously awaiting Verizon's Galaxy Note 2.
6. chaoticrazor (Posts: 2347; Member since: 28 Aug 2012)
more faith...faith doesnt come into it
why do so many on here take sides and decide that there chosen os must be seen as the best
android is great but doesnt mean we dont need choice. wp8 should continue to evolve and become even better. the tiles arent ugly people go over the top on that
besides look at ios was the best now not so much, android wont be on top for ever theres always something new that overtakes it. mite be next year could be in 5 years time
9. Cynipap999 (banned) (Posts: 138; Member since: 15 Nov 2012)
Listen chaoticrazor, before you go off the deep end and have a baby, I couldn't agree with you more and I am very glad that Windows Mobile actually has a few decent handsets. However, I know first hand how Microsoft evolves and devolves and, personally, for me at this point, I enjoy my Android apps', games and OS to revert to something that is still a work in progress. Like the gentleman below, I would rather wait a couple more iterations before passing final judgement. In the meantime, I am quite happy with Android until Microsoft restores my faith in their mobile OS. And, even then, if my Android OS isn't broken, why replace it? But, it's good to know that at least I'd have an option other than that fruity OS from Cupertino (if Android fell apart).
7. Hemlocke (unregistered)
The Lumia 920 is a very nice device. I have the red one, and my biggest complaints are the poor battery life, the dearth of great apps at reasonable prices, and the girth of the Lumia. It IS snappy, the screen is nice, and the camera is fantastic. Unfortunately, I have an N4 coming in tomorrow, and a Note II on Friday, so the Lumia (and one of those two) is odd man out. This is the third chance I have given WP (Focus, L900, L920), and while it is much closer, it isn't quite up to par with iOS and Android flagships. I'm sure I will try again on the next-gen handsets.
10. Cynipap999 (banned) (Posts: 138; Member since: 15 Nov 2012)
I completely agree with you. I'm sure that Lumia 920 is really nice. My Galaxy Note 2 will be bought in-store on the 29th (sooner if Verizon does an early release)!!
4. Credo (Posts: 738; Member since: 19 Apr 2012)
I just want the 7.8 update, couse there are no Windows Phone 8 devices for sale here in Belgium -_- and i want to enjoy the new start screen, what a messs
8. PotDragon (banned) (Posts: 214; Member since: 22 Jul 2011)
Who cares what television commercial Verizon will be running? As stated in the article, this is the second time this week we are subjected to this nonsense.
Newsflash....those of us who live in the USA have already seen the advertisement.
You getting a kickback from vzw to be spewing articles about their television advertisement campaign?
11. chaoticrazor (Posts: 2347; Member since: 28 Aug 2012)
well how about for those who arent in the usa and havent seen the ads. and before you say you dont need too its always good to see whats on offer and happening around the world
so if it bothers you why did you look at the article? and then take the time to comment
12. CRICKETownz (Posts: 980; Member since: 24 Oct 2009)
I said I'll pass to the Lumia 822 b/c on paper it looked chinsey but after holding it in my hand it was actually much nicer & sturdy esp. to be considered low-mid range. It's a smooth software & I like the arrangement which seems to have come a long way since WP7. Android & iOs seems to still outshine WP but they are making moves in the right direction. I'd put the 8X against the latest phones out today.