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Steve Wozniak thinks Windows Phone is “intuitive and beautiful”

Steve Wozniak, co-founder of Apple has today complemented Windows Phone in saying that the product is “intuitive and beautiful”. Wozniak recently considered purchasing a Windows Phone, and opted for the new Nokia 900. He must be pleased with his purchase.

Steve Wozniak has been complementing the device since he purchased it, saying a number of good things about the product:

– “Intuitive and beautiful”
– “It makes me feel ‘Oh my gosh, I’m with a friend, not a tool’”
– “Compared to Android, there’s no comparison”

Those are just a few of the things he said about Windows Phone. Wozniak also added a quick something to his comments:

“I did give my opinion that the Windows Phone had superior visual appearance and operation cues that were also more attractive. In my opinion, it sets the mark for user interface…I surmise that Microsoft hired someone from Apple and put money into having a role in the UI and appearance of some key apps. I also surmised that Steve Jobs might have been reincarnated at MS due to a lot of what I see and feel with this phone making me think of a lot of great Apple things.”

Wozniak, although pleased with Windows Phone, also pointed out some downsides to the product, including lack of a Siri like assistant. Topping it all off, he did say that he still preferred the iPhone as his default phone. He also added that he’d be taking both the Lumia 900 and iPhone around with him, leaving Android devices at home from now.

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