Over at Nokia Innovation, kelvin has published a A Symbian Users Wish List For Windows Phone.
Seeing that I have been contemplating the pros and cons of a move from the N9 to the Lumia 800, it sounds just right that I should publish a wish list of mine too.
Mass Storage Mode
I absolutely want to be able to plug in my phone to a PC to copy files across both devices without syncing via Zune.
I don’t want background apps to freeze. I want the good old Symbian-style multi-tasking.
Bluetooth File Transfer
Please give us full Bluetooth transfer functionality. Bluetooth being available for pretty much nothing else but headset connectivity is lame. This is
If you read Kelvin’s wish list, you’d see that we have different things on our individual lists. As far as I am concerned, Windows Phone’s weakest link is local connectivity.
Imagine that you have taken some great photos on your device and a friend asks you to send them to his device by Bluetooth. Duh!
If Microsoft would add the above-listed features to Windows Phone, they would have a product that makes long-time Symbian users really, really, really comfortable.
What do you think? What features would you like to see on Windows Phone?
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