Great design and quality.
Available in different colors.
Decent battery life.
Sleek sexy design.
Sharp fairly fast rear camera.
Wide angle front camera.
Easy-to-manage data consumption.
Fast Verizon 4G LTE speeds.
Gorgeous design and cool colors.
Eye catching design.
Most notably the back.
Beats Audio integration.
Buttery smooth performance thanks to its dualcore CPU and 1 GB RAM.
No microSD support.
Battery isnít replaceable.
Auto brightness isnít the best.
Supplied headphones could have been better.
No microSD card.
App selection still limited.
Lacks Nokia's value added apps from the Lumia Windows Phone line.
Little in the way of differentiating apps from HTC.
Camera not as good as iPhone 5.
Xbox Music app needs update.
App store still a bit weaker than Android and iOS.
Few worthwhile improvements with WP8.
Lackluster low lighting photo quality.
Weak internal speaker.
This phone's 8-megapixel camera took a few poor pictures.
The buttons are too flush.
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