The Nokia Lumia 1020 is the new king of the camera-centric Nokia phones. However, is it really that much better than its direct predecessors, the Lumia 925 and Lumia 920? Continue reading
Nokia’s new Pro Camera application may debut on the Lumia 1020 announced yesterday, but the software will also be rolled out to the company’s existing PureView Windows Phones, albeit after a firmware update to pave the way later this year. Continue reading
Sunnyvale, Calif., USA – Nokia announced the Nokia Lumia 928 smartphone, the latest installment in Nokia’s Windows Phone 8 lineup, exclusive to Verizon Wireless. Continue reading
Nokia is working on the first quad-core Windows Phone 8 handset, according to leaked benchmark results.
The results turned up via the GFXBench benchmarking app’s web-based database, showing a Qualcomm Adreno 305-toting chipset with 4 CPUs. While the chip name isn’t dropped we can quickly conclude this is definitely a Qualcomm chip and both the Nokia name and Windows Phone 8 also show up. Continue reading
The Lumia 520 completes the roll call for Nokia’s second generation of Microsoft-powered smartphones. Statistically, this means that every step of their product line, from 5** all the way to 9**, has been backed up by a fresh WP8-rocking alternative. Continue reading
The Lumia 800 was a great phone without an ecosystem. The Lumia 900 made that phone bigger, without significantly improving on the software or specifications. The Lumia 920 came with a massively improved camera, and the updated Windows Phone 8, but it was too bulky for many consumers. Continue reading
The Lumia 720 may be sitting in the middle of the Nokia WP8 lineup, but it has features that elevate it above the average midrange experience. Continue reading
Nokia Lumia 920 is the first Windows Phone 8 flagship of the manufacturer with a modern dual-core processor, and the first with an HD screen.
After all, this is what the competing mobile ecosystems have been offering in their flagships for a while now, so Nokia finally had to offer something to go spec-for-spec against the Android monstrosities, now that Microsoft caught up. Continue reading