The crux of the beef is this: Microsoft’s new operating system, Windows Phone 8, has more advanced capabilities and won’t be available until the fall. When it launches, it will require new, as-yet-unannounced hardware. No current hardware, including the vaunted Nokia Lumia line, has the necessary horsepower to run the new OS. Yet Microsoft continues to sell its existing WP7 devices even as the fuse burns down to their extinction. Is this wrong? YMMV, but if you ask me … no. Not at all.