Re: Flash/Non Flash.
You walk around with your eyes shut then, or you don't recognise them.
Was in a café a few weeks ago and noticed the lady running it had a Lumia 920, which I thought was odd since it is so heavy and more for guys with big hands it seems.
She said she didn't like it because of the weight and wished she had a lighter one.
I said "At least it is tough", upon which she agreed since it had, I fact, been run over by a car/caravan combo just the week before.
Last week, I saw she had a new phone, an HTC M8. Oh! got a new one, Android indeed.
She said "No, Still Windows Phone, I like it ", and indeed it was, I had no idea the M8 was already available in WP format.
I presumed she didn't use the Nokia nav much because their vehicle has built in nav.
It is a light and very nice, although I couldn't give up the Nokia extras, wireless charging and the camera just to save weight, especially since it almost certainly wouldn't survive the car/caravan combo.
I see them elsewhere too, for instance, my neighbour has an 820, way, way fewer than iPhones of course, the figures for 10% in a quarter seem valid although the demographic probably includes younger people where I do not see their phones a lot.
Given that people often have phones for 3, 4 or 5 years, 10% in a quarter represents a very small percentage of ownership overall - probably 2-3% is close, at least until quite a few more quarter occurs
And, the guy saying the camera let him down must have not waited for the first update which improved the post-processing a great deal - not to mention the latest Nokia Camera app which is superb.
A post mentioned a replacement for the 1020 - drool. If it also has the fancy Flash/NoFlash facility, I will be made up. The 1020 flash is insanely powerful and the facility to use it and tone it down would be so useful.