the OP makes out it’s hardware limitations, but all that’s been talked about should be updatable with a software upgrade if or when the coding gets written – got nothing to do with hardware!
WP8 isn’t perfect, but then so many seem to forget how very unperfect iOS and Android can be – they jump all over the smallest of inconsistencies and make it out to be a complete OS killer…what is it with the anti-WP8 brigade being such big drama queens? The OS is young, it’s already received several updates with more on their way – at what point do they think that the OS development has finished? MS will keep leveraging more and more into the OS whilst trying not to break it or compromise the smooth experience, whilst we know Nokia is doing exactly the same (Lumia Amber update). All this tells me is that those who love to bash will keep doing it, regardless of how uninformed half the comments end up being.
Wow…you don’t actually seem to know anything about Nokia screen tech, do you? The only way it’s beaten by it’s competitors is those that have 1080p vs its 728p. However, CBD tech (great outdoor readability), HD+ motion tech (double refresh rate – very noticeable when you compare game playing on a Lumia 920 vs Samsung Galaxy S4 – the S4 comes out looking all choppy and horrible in comparison) and ultrasensitive screens (use with gloves etc) are just a few ways in which it has excelled the competition.
Can you actually list why it’s an inferior screen, excluding the resolution argument? Answer’s probably a no…