#AskDanWindows Episode 7 - How will the Lumia flagships stand compared to the new iPhone?
For the last few weeks, we have been moving to our new office, setting up equipment and then IFA happened. As a result, our #AskDanWindows series had been on hiatus, but this week we return with a vengeance.
As I usually do in these cases, I try to make up for it by dishing up a few more questions and answers over the normal lot. So for this week, we have a solid nine questions to tackle. Let's get to it!
AskDanWindows Episode 7 Questions of the Week
- With so many OEMs struggling to make a profit on Android, why haven't more attempted to make high-end phones for WM/WP? @ltjordan24
- How well the leaked specs & designs of upcoming Lumia flagships stand when comparing it with iPhone & Samsung Note/S series @YashHarf
- Will MS remove its beta apps (Gestures, Instagram..) or later re-release its stable version after w10 phone? @Aman_Singh14
- Earlier rumours mentioned a metallic band rather than fully polycarbonate, is this a Nokia pipeline remnant? @Strider_BZ
- What's your take on non-Microsoft flagship windows phones coming into the market and what does it mean for us and MS? @nwoodby
- Should I wait for Windows Mobile 10 to get a Windows Mobile device, or can I shoot for 640 XL right now? @preisteichon
- What are your thoughts on Skype Messaging Preview? @GoodThings2Life
- Do you think Facebook will release a universal app for Windows 10? @loft_james1984
- Consider the negative opinion to the leak 950/XL render, do you think MS will change their design at last min? @lianglqufo
So there you have it! Remember, if you have a question use the hashtag #AskDanWindows on Twitter, and maybe we'll pick yours.
Don't use Twitter? Well after much feedback we are happy to announce you can forward your questions to AskDan@WindowsCentral.com to submit your requests!
About that office…
For those of you wondering about our office, we are in the final stages of setting it up. Once completed, we'll do a video office tour and also highlight some of our equipment (like the 32-inch 4K monitor by HP in the back), so stay tuned!
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Daniel Rubino is the Editor-in-chief of Windows Central, head reviewer, podcast co-host, and analyst. He has been covering Microsoft since 2007 when this site was called WMExperts (and later Windows Phone Central). His interests include Windows, laptops, next-gen computing, and for some reason, watches. Before all this tech stuff, he worked on a Ph.D. in linguistics, watched people sleep (for medical purposes!), and ran the projectors at movie theaters because it was fun.
I think what is most important is that Tue features are there. There need to be features and/or apps that really blow people's minds.
Nobody is talking about how the new iPhone looks (why would they, rose gold isn't all that awesome) but rather what it does.
This is where Microsoft missed the train before. Living images - we all knew they were there, but I haven't seen a single ad showing them. You can bet that Apple will advertise the heck out of them.
It's about features and apps and I hope that this time, Microsoft really gets it with their marketing.
where everything within the device would start to bake.with in turn could reek havoc on software. Even if the components can stand up to the heat. The software will most Likely suffer from it.
Win 10 is not yet done so we can't use that as a yardstick.
where everything within the device would start to bake.wich in turn could reek havoc on software. Even if the components can stand up to the heat. The software will most Likely suffer from it.
A$$". Satya just doesn't get it when it comes to hardware. Microsoft also needs to enjoy the same advertising team Samsung uses. Has anyone seen their latest ad comparing the new galaxies to the latest iPhones? They show all of the features we've had for years like wireless charging, beautiful displays, camera while showing what the iPhone doesn't have without saying one word with elegance. Saw it during the Patriots vs Steelers game last night.
Most of them know nothing about the phone and just goes withe power of suggestion.