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Here's What Won't Work in Cheaper Windows Phones [Windows Phone]

They good news: Microsoft is loosening its strict spec standards to push some highly affordable Windows Phones to the market. The bad news? Those phones are going to be gimpy little crud boxes. But hey, that's compromise. More »
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