somedaytoo saidLame, I'm holding out for the Nokia Lumia 920
I'm thinking either red or white. But if there is ever a special edition Cyan color, I'd be all over that.
ya my nephew has that phone
I like the different colors. I get the "take me serious" part when in business meetings and the "professional look". But I've been working long enough to where my peers and management respect me based on my performance, and not by the color of my phone. The color does grab their attention and they ask what kind of phone I have (cyan Lumia 900), then I change the subject (back on topic) by telling them we're ahead of schedule, or on how I solved a that their best developers could not solve (I'm a SW consultant). When it comes down to it, know body really cares what color my phone is but me.
I picked up my new Red Lumia 920 yesterday, and I love it! It integrates perfectly with my laptop running Windows 8 Pro (it gets its own tile automatically on the Metro desktop), and so far does everything my former iPhone 4S did. (Well, that's not entirely true. I haven't found a suitable fart app for it yet. Ya got me there.)
I also agree that the color of your phone is pretty much irrelevant to everyone but you. Get the color you like. I have a tendency to bury my phone on my desk, so the bright red color makes it easy to find.
Oh, and just for the record, I've owned an original iPhone (only one color choice), a white iPhone 3G, a black iPhone 4, and a white iPhone 4S. I also have a white iPad 2. I've used both OS X and Windows 8, and I get along with both of them fine. I just decided to switch ecosystems for a while to change up my life a bit.
One thing I will say, it is easier to maintain your technology within one ecosystem. When I had my Mac Mini, the iPhone and iPad were much more easily integrated. Now that I have a Windows laptop, the Lumia interacts natively and much more intuitively than the iPhone did.