Can't they release a flagship phone let's say in Spring that would be W10 upgradable this time next year?
Yup and is why I and many others have gone in other directions. Don't give your customers what they want and they will go elsewhere to get it.
MS has long wanted to "own" the living room,...
Microsoft's marketing strategy is working well...for Android and iOS.
I've been holding out a long time, but I'm way tired of waiting and will probably decide to "wait" with Android to see...
Does anyone have any thoughts as to how or even if, W10 Universal apps would have on the "app gap" for MS phones?
I like your thinking. Btw, instead of "mini", maybe they could call it a "split" as in a small bottle of champagne. I like it. :)
You said it!
This is about the same price as the Roku 3 and now that the Roku 3 has Miracast support, why would I want this instead of the Roku 3 that does a lot more?
With every new OS release from either iOS or Android, there is less and less reason to consider a Windows phone. As you pointed out recently Paul, both Apple and Google will take the appealing...
So how is the $60 price justified compared to other options that can be less than half of that?
Oh how different things would be if they had but done this initially!