• Nokia Impresses Public with its New Flagship Windows Phone – Lumia 928

    Posted on May 13th, 2013 Polly | No comments

    Nokia’s latest flagship smartphone, the Lumia 928, is the company’s newest and best Windows Phone 8 smartphone. This upcoming device is an update to the 920, and will be an exclusive to Verizon. We’re happy to introduce the Nokia Lumia 928 before it hits Verizon Wireless later this month. The biggest feature of the world’s most innovative smartphone is that it’s significantly thinner and lighter than the 920, and retains the same optical stabilization, screen and guts as the original. It’s also been rumored to have some stunning features better than its predecessor. Below we have rounded up some basic features of this coming phone for your reference:

     

    Display:

    The most interesting thing about the display is that both phones have 4.5″ PureMotion HD+ and ClearBlack screens with a 1280×768 resolution under a sheet of Corning Gorilla Glass. But the 920 has an LCD IPS matrix under that chemically-hardened glass, while the 928 has an AMOLED display. Nokia says videos can be recorded in full HD, and the Lumia 928 screen has added features to work well even in direct sunlight. This phone is perfect for summer because the screen is easily readable, and the touchscreen works even if your fingertips are covered up. And when it comes to video watching, you can download YouTube videos to Lumia 928 for seamless playback on this wide and crisp screen.


    Stunning design:

    This phone was built to perform, but it is also a joy to hold. It has a clean design that’s thinner and lighter than its paperweight-like predecessor, the Lumia 920. The front of the Nokia Lumia 928 is dominated by a 4.5-inch OLED display covered by Gorilla Glass that extends all the way to the edge of the phone, bringing a quality feel.


    Battery:

    Speaking of the battery, the Lumia 928 is rocking 2000mAh of power under the hood. That’s exactly the same as the Lumia 920, so hopefully the Finnish manufacturer has done some tinkering under the hood to make it draw less juice.


    Imaging is king:

    The Nokia Lumia 928 features Nokia’s powerful PureView imaging technology, including Optical Image Stabilization (OIS), which makes it easy to capture blur-free pictures and videos every time, even in low-light. Along with OIS, the Nokia Lumia 928 features a Carl Zeiss lens – and photo buffs will love that a xenon flash is on board. It has a best-in-class 8.7 megapixel camera with improved flash.


    Advanced Loudspeaker, Mics:

    The Lumia 928 includes three microphones and an “advanced’ loudspeaker capable of up to 140db, which is a volume loud enough to cause permanent hearing damage.


    Processor and Storage:

    Comparatively, the Lumia 928 has exactly the same dual-core 1.5GHz processor, exactly the same 1GB of RAM, exactly the same 32GB of internal memory, and exactly the same 7GB of cloud storage as the Lumia 920.

    Operating System:

    The Nokia Lumia 928 runs Microsoft’s Windows Phone 8 operating system, which features a start screen that can be arranged to reflect individual priorities and animated Live Tiles for real-time updates on people and things.

    Connectivity:

    Taking a page from many of Verizon’s past devices, the Lumia 928 connects to Big Red’s 4G LTE network for fast data and the carrier pledges it will be “Global Ready,” meaning users can pop in GSM SIM cards to access cellular airwaves worldwide. NFC will be onboard as well for quick Bluetooth pairing with accessories.


    Availability:

    Lumia 928 will be sold exclusively through Verizon Wireless, and will be available in black or white starting May 16th for $99.99 on-contract after a $50 mail-in rebate. New owners will be getting $25 credit for Windows Phone app purchases for a limited time as well.


    The Lumia 928 now has officially been announced, will you be picking up the latest Windows Phone devices or wait for Lumia 928’s availability at Verizon on May 16th?

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  • Top 10 Most Powerful and Popular Smartphones: Lumia 920 Tops of All

    Posted on November 5th, 2012 David Brooks | No comments

    What smartphone would be considered as the best smartphone in the highly developed smartphone market today? No doubt, the Apple iPhone 5 has got a large amount of fans around the world, HTC smartphones also occupies an important position in the smartphone market, while the Nokia Lumia smartphones tend to show the real return of the Nokia who once was the king of phones. Every people would get his own opinion according to personal requirements and preference. This would even be varied among different professional medias regarding smartphones and technologies due to the different standards of a good smartphone. The following is a Top 10 new smartphone billboard which was voted by Britain’s famous journal, The Independent. Let’s take a look to see what the best new smartphones are in their opinion.

    No. 10: Sony Xperia J

    Sony Xperia J

    SONY Xperia J has beautiful appearance with arc airframe design and only 9.2mm thick. The smartphone has a very good hand feel. For it includes various colors, together with 7 different themes of breathing lights, this smartphone is very popular among young users. Sony Xperia J is positioned for the low-end customers. Thus it doesn’t perform well in hardware configuration, loading is 4.0 inches FWGA resolution touch screen, and built-in one GHZ of Qualcomm MSM 7227 processor with 512 MB RAM capacity and 4GB ROM storage space. This smartphone supports up to 32GB memory card expansion.

    Xperia J also carries the Android 4.0.4 system and produces quite amusement functions. It includes custom equalizer, xLOUD, stereo earphone sound, with 0.3MP front camera and 5MP main camera, which support automatic focusing and touch shooting, even continuous automatic focus is available. However, the machine supports only VGA screen resolution, which is a pity.

    No. 9: Samsung Galaxy Note II

    Samsung Galaxy Note II

    As the new flagship of Samsung, Galaxy Note II wins the 9th award for its 5.5-inch Super AMOLED touchscreen. Though the screen resolution is 1280×720, it adopted new technology to bring better display effect. Meanwhile, Samsung also configures a stylus for this smartphone, which includes some new functions to attract eyes.

    Samsung Galaxy Note II adopts 1.6GHz Exynos 4412 quad-core processor with 2GB RAM. It provides three versions of ROM, respectively 16GB, 32GB and 64GB, with memory card expansion. The Android 4.1 OS ensures fluent and smooth using. The camera is up to 8MP while the batter is up to 3100mAh, which produces quite long time of use.

    No. 8: ZTE Grand X

    ZTE Grand X

    ZTE Grand X adopts the popular straight touchscreen design. Though the appearance design is very average, this smartphone is quite light and thin. Grand X comes with 4.3” qHD (540X960 pixels) touchscreen with built-in dual-core NVIDIA Tegra 2 processor, 512MB RAM and 4GB ROM. The memory is expandable. It includes dual camera: 5MP main camera and 0.3MP front camera, with LED flashlight, supporting 360 degree shooting, face recognition, etc.

    Besides, ZTE Grand X features Android 4.0.4 OS, HSPA+ network connectivity, WIFI wireless networking, Bluetooth, etc.

    No. 7: Samsung Galaxy S III

    Samsung Galaxy S 3

    The preorders of Samsung Galaxy S III had broken the record of its previous model. Galaxy S 3 has very powerful functions. The 4.8inch 720P HD Super AMOLED touchscreen with up to 306ppi provides compact visual image quality.

    The dual-camera with 8MP main camera which uses BSI light sensing modules support 1080P video recording and up to 20 pieces of continuously image shooting. For better use experience, this phone also adopts 1.4GHz Exynos quad-core processor with built-in quad-core Mali-400 MP GPU. Alongside the Android 4.0 OS, this smartphone has 1GB RAM and supports memory expansion via storage card to enlarge its original 16GB/32GB/64GB internal memory.

    No. 6: HTC 8X

    HTC 8X

    HTC 8X is the first WP8 smartphone of HTC. It has a 4.3inch 720P SLCD2 touchscreen with up to 342ppi and 1.5GHz Qual-comm Snapdragon S4 dual-core processor and 1GB RAM to produce smooth operating. It also has built-in 8MP camera with BSI backside illuminated sensor, F2.0 aperture, 28mm wide angle, and a 2.1MP front camera with f2.0 aperture and 88 degree wide angle. This smartphone is available in four colors: azure blue, black, red and neon yellow.

    No. 5: Motorola RAZR i

    Motorola RAZR i

    As Motorola’s first phone to use Intel Atom x86 processor, MOTO RAZR I is claimed to be the world’s thinnest Android mobile phone. The main feature is to use Intel’s latest Atom Z2480 processor. Although it is single core design, but RAM is up to 2GHZ. In addition, the processor is carrying PowerVR SGX 540 graphics chip, which provides relatively good 3D effect.

    Motorola RAZR i also equipped with 4.3 inches qHD resolution touch screen, the Android 4.0.4 system with 1GB RAM, and 8 million pixels camera, which supports automatic focusing and zero start-up time delay, HDR wide dynamic effect, etc. In order to get a more ideal power performance, Motorola also equipped this phone with 2000mAh battery.

    Other features include HSPA + high-speed network, Wi – Fi wireless Internet, Bluetooth technology and NFC near field communication, etc.

    No. 4: HTC 8S

    HTC 8S

    The WP8 HTC 8S comes with 4.0inch WVGA touchscreen, built-in 1GHz Qual-comm Snapdragon S4 dual-core processor with 512MB RAM and 4GB ROM (expandable), 5MP camera (supporting aotu-focusing, f2.8 aperture and 720P video recording). To improve entertainment, this smartphone adopts Beats Audio and internal speaker. HTC 8S also has 1700mAh battery for long time of use. Other functions include: HSPA+ networking, Bluetooth, Wifi, etc.

    No. 3: iPhone 5

    iPhone 5

    No doubt, iPhone 5 is one of the most popular smartphones now. The 7.6mm phone comes with 4inch Retina display with up to 1136×640 pixels screen resolution. The 16:9 aspect ratio improves the screen saturation by 44% while the sub-pixel reaches up to 326ppi. It also adopts the new A6 processor, which doubles the function of A5 processor and improves system startup, picture saving, music loading, etc. The built-in 8MP camera adds new functions for video and image shooting. iPhone 5 also comes with the latest iOS 6, new map app with free built-in voice navigation and 3D building mode. Also, the social media function has been improved, like the picture sharing function.

    No. 2: Sony Xperia T

    Sony Xperia T

    Sony Xperia T comes with 4.6inch 720P touch screen with 323PPI, Mobile BRAVIA Engine graphic engine and Clear Black Panel tech. Sony also adopts 1.5GHz dual-core Qual-comm Snapdragon S4 MSM9260a processor with 1GB RAM and 16GB expandable memory storage. Meanwhile, this phone owns dual-camera: 1.3MP front camera and 13MP main camera, supporting auto-focus and 1080P video recording. Aside, the Android 4.0.4 OS, built-in Walkman player, xLOUD volume control and VPT stereo audio add fun to digital entertainment. Other features include: HSPA+ networking, NFC, and 1830mAh battery. The phone is available in four colors: black, grey, white and pink.

    No. 1: Nokia Lumia 920

    Nokia Lumia 920

    Being the first WP8 flagship smartphone of Nokia, Lumia 920 gets great improvement in hardware. The 4.5inch PureMotion HD+ IPS touchscreen not only has 1280×760 pixels (WXGA) screen resolution and 332PPI pixels density, but also has high brightness and fast refreshing features. The PureMotion technology provides excellent touch control.

    Lumia 920 also comes with 8MP camera with the second PureView camera tech, which takes advantage of advanced optical anti-shake technology. The camera adopts new sensor and f/2.0 aperture to capture more light than other smartphones to bring clearer picture.

    And in addition to launch new WP8 operating system, Nokia Lumia920 also has a 1.5 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 dual-core processor with 1GB RAM and 32GB storage space. The phone provides more software applications, as well as the new wireless charging function.  Nokia Lumia920 provides yellow, orange, black, white and ash colors for people to choose.

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  • Nokia Lumia 920 vs. Nokia Lumia 900: 5 Big Changes and Improvements in Lumia 920

    Posted on September 7th, 2012 David Brooks | No comments

    As the flagship of Nokia’s Windows Phone 8, Nokia has unveiled Lumia 920 on September 5th event. The new Nokia Lumia 920 has included many wonderful features to attract people’s eyes, including much clearer screen display, more outstanding shooting effect and fluent user experience. During the press event, Nokia has spent a main part of the event on explaining the advanced PureView camera Lumia 920 will feature, by claiming that the Lumia 920 camera could capture five-to-ten times more light than other phone cameras, which makes it better at shooting photos indoors or in low lighting than other smartphones in the market. Well, after the official release, it’s unavoidable for people to make a comparison between Nokia Lumia 920 and Nokia Lumia 900. Today, let’s just make a comparison on these two gadgets to see what indeed they are different, or to say the main differences and improvements of these two models.

    Nokia Lumia 920Thinner phone body: Nokia Lumia 920 continues the appearance design of Lumia 900, only differs in some details like the phone color – Lumia 920 mainly uses bright yellow while Lumia 900 is mostly lake blue. The Lumia 920 also relocates the micro-USB port to the bottom of the phone body. Larger screen display and more powerful configuration weights Lumia 920 up to 185g from the 165g weight of Lumia 900. But the thickness of Lumia 920 is not added due to the improved configurations. Its 10.7mm phone body thickness is a little thinner than Lumia 900.

    PureMotion HD + IPS touchscreen: Nokia Lumia 920 adopts a large 4.5″ PureMotion HD + IPS touchscreen, which is higher intensive, brighter and faster in refreshing screen, etc. The screen resolution reaches up to 1280×768 (WXGA) with 332PPI, even surpassing Apple’s new iPad. The PureMotion technology performs much better in screen reacting. Users could make touch-control operation even wearing gloves.

    PureView camera technology: Though Lumia 920 keeps the 8MP camera just like that of Lumia 900, the PureView camera technology adopted supports to capture five-to-ten times more light than other phone cameras, which means that it could perform better at shooting photos indoors or in low lighting than other smartphones in the market. For better quality in even low light condition, Nokia Lumia 920 also adopts so-called “floating-lens” technology for image stabilization and f/2.0 aperture for low light, cloudy and in-door picture shooting.

    Nokia Lumia 920 vs. Lumia 900Dual-core processor: Aside configuring the latest Windows Phone 8 OS, Nokia Lumia 920 gains smooth user experience also due to the 1.5GHz dual-core Snapdragon S4 processor with 1GB of RAM. Meanwhile, Lumia 920 also provides a large memory space at 32GB for users to store data freely.

    Wireless charging: For better battery life, Nokia Lumia 920 also upgrades its battery volume from 1830mAh to 2000mAh, greatly improved using duration of the phone theoretically. As a newly added feature, the support of wireless charging for Lumia 920 makes it more convenient for users to recharge mobile phone battery easily.

    Besides all of these features, the Nokia Lumia 920 will also add the support of NFC, upgrade Bluetooth to V3.1, support to record 1080P full HD video from previous 720P video recording, etc. Compared with Lumia 900, the Lumia 920 could be said to be upgraded comprehensively.

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