Windows Phones come in a variety of screen sizes and price points, and all run Microsoft’s elegant Metro (sticking with it!) interface and experience. The biggest reason to go with Windows Phone – literally – is the amazing camera available on the Lumia 1020. It’s almost like they grafted a dedicated point-and-shoot onto the body of a phone. It’s also got a big screen and some of the best build quality in the business.
In my eyes, this Windows Phone is less of a smartphone and more of a dumbphone that can surf the web, send emails, and navigate you around town, without all the apps and other stuff you’ve come to expect. For some people, that’s fine—in fact, it’s exactly what they need. I’d recommend this to my less tech-obsessed friends that aren’t locked into certain apps, or just want a phone that works. If you want something simple and distraction-free, Windows Phone has potential, but if you like Android and iOS, it’s going to be difficult to switch. Not impossible by any means, but difficult.