At the moment Nokia’s concentrated on the Lumia line smartphones but it doesn’t mean the manufacturer is busy only with promoting its Windows Phone smartphones. Nokia is working on different projects and one of them is the Nokia Belle-powered 808 PureView known for its new camera technology and 41MP camera lens.
While many people...
AT&T is the carrier offering two beasts running Windows Phone OS. They are the Nokia Lumia 900 and the HTC Titan II. Both handsets are very popular among smartphone lovers and can be called highest-end smartphones though Android lovers won’t agree with me pointing at the single-core processors coming under the hood. Besides this,...
When will the AT&T Nokia Lumia 900 be released? Presently, the most bothering question is this one. The device is expected to get launched on April 8. And finally there’s a leaked video ascertaining Easter Sunday will be a great release date for this awesome model.
YouTube user VizagDude got a chance to shoot a video of a device...
If you are waiting for the first Windows Phone-powered smartphone supporting LTE network, which will be launched in the US via AT&T and is dubbed the Nokia Lumia 900, you will definitely welcome the video below. It’s the first unboxing video of one of the AT&T Lumia 900s and I assure you there are many things you will be surprised...
The Nokia N8 and its successor, the Nokia 808 PureView both run Nokia Belle OS. But unlike the first one, which was originally launched with Symbian^3 and was only then updated to it, the second comes with this version of Nokia’s native mobile operating system pre-installed. Besides this there are several features affecting the phones’...
The Nokia 808 PureView comes with an impressive 41 megapixel camera, so no wonder all promo videos of the smartphone emphasize the peculiarities and main advantages of the camera technology. Actually, there’s a lot to demonstrate as the novelty comes as an innovative technology making most of the camera.
Currently, the 808 PureView...
There are a few Windows Phone handsets, which can make a tough competition to the high-end and mid-range smartphones running other platforms. Nokia has launched a couple of WP devices and has announced another two handsets that will raise Microsoft’s reputation in the market. Let’s put the Lumia 800 and Lumia 710 aside and focus on the newly unveiled Lumia 610 with Tango on board and the international variant of the AT&T’s Lumia 900.
Guys from PocketNow were present at MWC 2012 and when Nokia announced the aforementioned smartphones, they got their hands on them and put the phones in a comparison video against the HTC Titan and then the LG Optimus 7. These handsets have been on the market for a long time now and notably both smartphones sport very good features, so do not think this is an unequal comparison.
Although it’s too early to make conclusions regarding Nokia’s novelties, both handsets showed off and Nokia fans have no reason to worry about. On the other hand, the Lumia 610 is a low-end smartphone and if it could make a competition to such giants as the HTC Titan and the LG Optimus 7 are, then it will definitely have a great future.
Nokia is fairly the most talked brand nowadays, because only this company could silently work for 5 years and introduce a smartphone far more advanced than any digital camera. I am speaking about the Nokia 808 PureView, which was announced at MWC 2012 and which overshadowed all other handsets and presentations. Even HTC with its quad-core smartphone and Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich are currently not so popular as Nokia is.
I am not kidding as a 41MP camera is not a joke. But the thing is not only in megapixels, as Nokia has not worked this long to introduce a lens with “many” pixels. There are three features making this smartphone better than any other digital camera –lossless zoom, low-light capabilities and near-DSLR quality.
Most likely, you burn with impatience to know more about this technology and this phone, so mash the play button and watch the video below introducing the main advantages of the device. You will also see how to take the best shots with it by the introduction of Nokia camera gurus.
Nokia Lumia devices will get a few more apps this year. The first app, which will be updated to fit into Lumia standards is Nokia Drive. This app will be updated to version 2.0, which will add a large list of enhancements and improvements to the existing application.
The first change will be related to internet usage. Those who are frequently using the device will be happy to learn that the application will no longer require constant internet usage while launching the software. Among other changes we have a service notifying the speed limitations for the specific regions and the possibility to use the app in the dashboard mode.
If you got excited about this newer version of Nokia Drive, then I would suggest that you have a look at the new video demonstrating the version 3.0 of the same Nokia Drive. I’m not sure about the release dates of the Lumia handsets, still it’s fun to learn about what to expect in future.
As for the total newcomers, we have Nokia Reading and Nokia Transport. The first application will give access to various news, audiobooks, online publications and will be capable of working with RSS reader.
Nokia Transport will keep you updated with the most current info about the status of the public transportation. At the moment only 46 cities are included in the list, but enthusiasts work on enriching the app with more cities in the near future.
The purpose of every smartphone vendor is to make handsets competitive to other brand devices. But what to do if your native smartphones are so good that can be compared with each other? That’s a Million Dollar Question that must be answered.
For this deal we have to pay our attention to AllAboutPhones’ video, where the author has compared the only available Windows Phone devices of Nokia. Of course, I am speaking about the Nokia Lumia 800 and the 710. Both handsets stand out due to their awesome features, but being designed for different markets and having different target users their specs lists vary.
The Nokia Lumia 800 sports a 3.7-inch AMOLED touchscreen with Gorilla Glass and ClearBlack technology, a 1.4GHz processor, 16GB of internal memory, an 8MP camera with Carl Zeiss optics, autofocus and dual-LED flash allowing users to capture high quality pictures in dark conditions. The device also runs Windows Phone 7.5 Mango OS, which can be found on the Nokia Lumia 710 as well.
The second WP smartphone with Nokia branding is packed with less powerful features like a 3.7-inch LCD capacitive touchscreen, a 1.4GHz processor, a 5MP camera with autofocus and LED flash and 8GB of internal memory.
However, the specs lists can’t talk about everything, so it’s better to watch the comparison video below.