I didn't use the Trophy for long, I tried to move from my iPhone 4, and if you know that phone, it was never going to work out. I never really used the Lumia, but I recently gave it to my partner's old man and was forced to use it to set it up, and really liked it.
im having trouble stopping myself buying a 820, my mozart 7 has started randomly switching off while im in the middle of a call now! doesnt do it when phones not doing anything or just in regular use, only when im on a call. fantastic.
i want to hold out for the 620, but without even a confirmation of an australian release and only a "first quarter 2013" release date elsewhere, its pretty hard to justify holding out.
For your consideration, here are my favourite free apps so far:
Battery Meter is a free and quick way to see exactly how much power you have left.
Board Express for Tapatalk is necessary because sometimes IE won't let me type in the BHQ text field.
Flashlight X is handy in the dark.
Flixster is great for movie times and etc.
Gym Pocketguide is a handy app for new exercises.
Mobile First Aid is a really great idea, it's free and will automatically call 000 for you if you ask it to.
My Fitness Pal is an excellent food and exercise diary that uses a barcode scanner to upload nutritional information, saves you typing it in.
PDF Reader is for reading PDFs.
Sports Tracker is an old favourite.
After a good half day of use, I am very impressed with the phone. It looks good, works good, and is smooth. Everything is where you expect it, or want it.
In saying that, the operating system does still feel young, which is great, because the functionality of the system is only going to get better in time. I especially like that Microsoft is so committed to mobile.
The only gripe I've had so far is that the voice control in the car is pretty hopeless. However, voice to text was pretty decent, however, I haven't worked out if I can do this without looking, and have it read back to me.