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# 140767 19-Feb-2014 17:47
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I  have a work iphone 4 that is broken and it appears I can get it replaced with a Nokia 925 or a 1020 or an iphone 5C.

I  like Windows phone (got my wife one)  and I would happily go with either option. I do take photos but am not  a photo nut... and I am sure I would  be happy with the camera on the 925.  But the 1020 does have a lot of appeal

By the way,  my isheep kids thing I would be  crazy turning down  the chance of a new iphone!  And, to be fair, I would be happy with that too.

Any thoughts?  Will  the bump on the back of the 1020 be too annoying?

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  # 990655 19-Feb-2014 17:50
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I use both. I don't find the bump on the 1020 annoying at all, I actually prefer it when sitting on a table using it as it props it up slightly. The 925 is slightly sleeker with metal edges

if you're in Auckland welcome to come past the office and play with both to have a lookout

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  # 990675 19-Feb-2014 18:29
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have to be the 1020 wouldn't it, way better camera for a start

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  # 990676 19-Feb-2014 18:35
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1020 also has 2GB RAM so would be handy when Windows Phone 8.1 update is released. Also Telecom currently has a promotion where if you buy a 1020, they give you the wireless charger and wireless charging back cover for free.

Do whatever you want to do man.


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