Windows Phones continue to slip in consumers' eyes, but that may be related to Microsoft's recent decision to cut loose 7,800 Nokia employees, a sign that the brand could become orphaned. Overall, consumer reviews suggest people like their Windows Phones, though, especially the cameras, according to Feland.
Feland and Argus have a point. Forking over $600 or more for a phone that's just a little bit better than the perfectly serviceable one in your pocket or purse doesn't make a lot of sense to the average consumer.
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