Best Windows Phones

The best phones powered by Microsoft's Windows Phone platform

Microsoft may be struggling to compete with Apple and Google when it comes to mobile operating systems, but in Windows Phone the company has an elegant, smooth and functional OS that is often under appreciated.

Windows Phones may lack some features compared to rival smartphones, but there is no doubting the usefulness and ease of use of Microsoft's OS.

We round-up the best Windows Phones on the market, from budget options like the Nokia Lumia 620, to powerhouse, flagship models like the HTC Windows Phone 8X and Nokia Lumia 920.

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Nokia Lumia 710

Nokia's Lumia 710 doesn't offer anything remarkable, but a slick user experience at a very competitive price makes it great value for money. At under $400, the Lumia 710 is a much better option than most lower-end Android phones.

  • Review Date:
  • Reviewer:
  • Manufacturer:
  • 26th April, 2012
  • Ross Catanzariti
  • Nokia
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  • Pros:
  • Good performance
  • Decent display
  • Nokia Drive app
  • Cons:
  • 8GB memory with no expansion
  • No Internet tethering feature
  • Chunky design
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