Quite tempted, though sad if it's £300...
I'm in the market for a new smartphone, to replace my HTC Wildfire.
I'm buying it myself, SIM free, to use on the company tariff, so I don't want to spend much more than £200. I've had a good long play with the Lumia 800, and it's a nice phone. No telling if the OS is up to the job - but it can't be worse than the Android 2.2 I'm stuck on now. So it's got to do light sat-nav, company Exchange email / address book, combined diary, personal email / address book, and I'd like to dip my toe into Facebook [spit!], due to family stuff - mostly cute photos of the niece and nephews.
I'm not paying £300 for the iPhone 3GS, Apple are taking the piss! It's over 30 months old. I like the size, and I'd snap it up at £150-£200 though. There are several 18 month old Android high-end phones at around £200, which might be less crap than the Wildfire (if I can get ICS on them). But I thought I'd at least look at Windows/Nokia first. My experience with Android has not encouraged me to give it another chance.
I wonder if WinMob7 can cope with proxy servers without 3rd party software?