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Top Windows Phones of 2014


The Lumia 535 has plenty to offer for its cheap price. The sheer size of its screen makes it pretty good for videos and photos, while the cheery cases make it attractive and above all, fun. It's great to see Cortana on board this bottom-end phone too, as it won't make you feel like you're missing out on much from the higher-end Lumia phones - Cnet


If you are in the market for a selfie phone at a budget, then Lumia 730 is a sureshot choice. Plus, it's a well rounded smartphone that can be used as a multimedia device as well as a decent camera for casual shots. Though a few apps are missing from the Windows Phone store, there are replacements available, and the overall package more than makes up for it - TOI


Nokia Lumia 830 job is done - it lived up to the marketing promises and we're sure it's a package, which will make a lot of users around the world happy. The future lies ahead of the last Nokia smartphone to come out. It may sound all gloomy, but gloomy is just the opposite of the Nokia Lumia 830 character. And it's perhaps just the right phone to ease us through this change and leave us with a bag full of positive impressions to remember Nokia - GsmArena


The HTC One M8 for Windows takes the head-turning design, beautiful display and impressive audio quality of the original One M8 and swaps out Android 4.4 for Windows Phone 8.1. Powered by a Snapdragon 801 processor and delivering more than 10 hours of battery life, this is the $99 flagship device that long-suffering Windows Phone fans deserve - LaptopMag


The Nokia Lumia 930 is the best Windows Phone-based smartphone yet. Windows Phone 8.1 provides a welcome boost, the design is among the best in the business. And nice as the hardware is, there are a couple of weak spots, notably a lack of microSD expansion and average battery life - PcPro

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