Hello everyone, I think that Nokia Lumia is one great advancement in smartphone technology. The use of a Windows is not only more practical but allows you to work on it like it is a personal computer. I have had a Nokia Lumina 925 for about 6 months and I have only had positive experiences with it. Updates make sure the system is stable and give the user more capabilities. The operating system is simple to use and fast. I have had both iPhones and Android phones before and a lot of them has freezing issues. I have had only a couple of such experiences with my phone in 6 months. I am very pleased with the battery life and the general usability of the phone. Most phones have amazing cameras and they have really helped me capture special moments. The phone has a relatively large internal memory (16 GB) and if that's not enough the transfer to PC or cloud is easy. Nokia has a good selection of pre-installed apps which are actually useful (Maps, Health and fitness...), I think Microsoft suffered greatly because they were not so competitive on the smartphone market and now they are trying to get back. As a result we have relatively cheap and good phones. If it keeps on going like this, who knows how popular they will be.