Especially if you are a photographer. Windows Phone does not. Great and varied app choices.
You will primarily be viewing documents and not editing them on your handset, which means having Office for editing is a moot point. Android devices/apps can read/edit and integration doesn't mean much when you have cloud services for sharing, etc.
Voice search quality is a tossup, but again, more choices w/ Android.
You gain the option to add/start using an app later on as it becomes available. Not gonna happen w/ Windows Phone if their marketplace is still so far behind, and history has shown they soon stop supporting handsets that aren't too old even ;(.
So I'm a Verizon customer and I'm looking to get my first smart phone. I'm looking at the Nokia Lumia 920,925,928 and the Samsung Galaxy S4. I'm having trouble choosing a phone and thought I would ask the nerds around here.
A little about me that might help:
I find every OS easy to use and the "sex appeal" on either of these phones is the same to me.
I use Office programs (Word, Excel, OneNote) for school and personal use.
I don't play games.
I hacked my Nook e-reader to use a full version of the Android OS thinking I was going to use a butt load of apps. Never did. All I use is Gmail/Hotmail, Nook reading app, Kindle reading app, Weather, Calendar and Facebook app.
The only app that I can see myself downloading and using a lot that is "recreational", is the one where you have your phone tell you what song is playing around you.
I also dig the whole voice search these phones have. Which OS has the better one?
Photography is also a hobby of mine. And I don't mean that Instagram crap. I have a DSLR camera and even use film on occasion (I know, what nerd).
All input is greatly appreciated!