If you’ve just bought yourself a new Windows phone, or you're thinking about it,then we’re here with 5 top tips to help you start getting the most out of it, from setting up the Live Tiles on your Start screen to controlling your Xbox with the SmartGlass and beyond!
While Android and iOS are still the two biggest smartphone operating systems in the world, by a sizeable margin, Windows Phone is slowly gaining market share thanks to great phones like the Nokia Lumia 1020; as such it is usually classed as one of the big three platforms, although Microsoft obviously wouldn’t say no to having more users.
By now, most people must have heard of the term ‘phablet’, a word used to describe big-screen phones that straddle the line between smartphones and tablets. It’s a category of devices that was started pretty much singlehandedly by Samsung, with the release of the original Galaxy Note, and there’s been one constant feature that’s defined every phablet made so far: they’ve all been Android phones. Up till now, there’s never been a big-screen phablet running anything except Google’s mobile platform.