For some reason there has been a sever lack for actual Lumia 920 images, besides the press shots and reviews most of the pictures show deceiving colors of the devices, so here’s a mini gallery to satisfy your craving (and possibly cause other cravings). Shout out to our man Dean for some beautiful pics! (as usual click on the […]
Archive for November 9th, 2012
Wow, this makes absolutely no sense at all, but for whatever reason the WP developers have decided to remove the FM Radio feature from WP8, meaning that no WP8 devices support FM radio (or even have a FM radio chipset at all). Sure there are plenty of Internet Radio streaming apps, such as the promised Pandora radio, […]
What you’re seeing above is an image tweeted by WPDesignTeam that shows customers lining up/queuing outside their local At&t store waiting for it to open for a chance to buy a Lumia 920; of course these lines aren’t as glamorous as you see on iPhone launch days, but it’s definitely a good sign. WPCentral also have a second picture […]
It would appear that the Chinese variant of the Lumia 920, has a couple of differences from its international brother; the major one besides the networks supported would be that the 920T packs an Adreno 320 GPU rather than the 225 which was elected as the unofficial standard for flagship Windows Phone 8 devices. Of course a […]
Adding to the already impressive list of Lumia exclusive games and apps, are 3 more fresh releases from Nokia (Developed by EA but published by Nokia). Game of life, Parking Mania and Jet Set Go are all new Xbox live titles available to download now, exclusively for Lumia devices, unfortunately these games much like most Xbox live […]
Quick heads up: Rafe Blandford of AAS/AAWP takes an in depth review of the Nokia Lumia 920. http://allaboutwindowsphone.com/reviews/item/16129_Nokia_Lumia_920_review.php Cheers jumojn for the tip!
Here’s another video comparison, this time pitting the Lumia 920 against the HTC Titan II whose claim to fame is a 16MP camera, although in all honesty it’s not even worth comparing, the winner is obviously the 920. The Titan II’s colors look washed out, and seems to have difficulty focusing on the passing objects, while the 920 just breezes past; also […]