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April 28, 2012 at 12:50 PM

Steve Wozniak likes his Windows Phone. A lot.

We told you earlier this month about Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak tweeting that he was waiting for an AT&T store to open to get his hands on a Nokia Lumia 900 Windows Phone.

Well, turns out Woz likes his Windows Phone (presumably the Lumia 900) quite a bit.

“Just for looks and beauty, I definitely favor the Windows Phone over Android,” Wozniak told host Dan Patterson in an interview with aNewDomain.net. “I’m shocked. Every screen is much more beautiful than the same apps on Android and iPhone.”

The audio interview, which is getting lots of buzz on tech blogs today, is posted at aNewDomain.net, which notes that gadget lover Wozniak carries two Apple iPhone 4S handsets, a Motorola Droid Razr and a Nokia Lumia running Windows Phone 7.5.

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