Archive for December 31st, 2012

Video: Camera Comparison Between Lumia 920 & HTC 8X (Average user Test)

Video: Camera Comparison Between Lumia 920 & HTC 8X (Average user Test)

| December 31, 2012 | 7 Replies

Sam is back with round two (or is it three?) of his Lumia 920 vs HTC 8X comparison, this time he’s taking a look at the camera s of both devices; except that not from the usual sense of high quality photos; but instead what the average user sees/gets. Of course the 920 destroys the 8X but […]

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Long Time Symbian App “CameraPro” Now Available for WP8

Long Time Symbian App “CameraPro” Now Available for WP8

| December 31, 2012 | 12 Replies

Any of the Symbian users here are surely familiar with CameraPro, an app that gave the user extended controls over the camera settings in terms of increased zoom, ISO, camera modes, Autofocus etc. (very useful for N8). Well the app has now hit the Windows Phone marketplace (WP8 only :/ ). The included features are: Fast access […]

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Nokia E7 for 199USD on Amazon.com

Nokia E7 for 199USD on Amazon.com

| December 31, 2012 | 23 Replies

Speaking of QWERTY smartphones, let’s take a look back at this slider QWERTY, the Nokia E7. It’s on Amazon for just $199 – not bad after over 2 years from being announced (£123 GBP) though I’d probably be greedy and want it for even lower. http://www.amazon.com/Nokia-Unlocked-Touchscreen-Navigation-Camera–U-S. I took a quick look on Amazon UK for comparison […]

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My Dream Nokia #78: Nokia Lumia 888 E QWERTY WP8 concept

My Dream Nokia #78: Nokia Lumia 888 E QWERTY WP8 concept

| December 31, 2012 | 21 Replies

Edgar Mkrtchyan’s newest concept is the Nokia Lumia 888 E, a portrait QWERTY powered Windows Phone 8 Nokia. The last high end QWERTY smartphones were the Eseries devices, and so it’s quite fitting it has an E to its name. The 888 moniker fits with the aim of the design to be shaped like an 8. […]

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HTC Uses the JBL PowerUp Speakers To Promote Wireless Charging on Droid DNA; Nokia Logo Missing

HTC Uses the JBL PowerUp Speakers To Promote Wireless Charging on Droid DNA; Nokia Logo Missing

| December 31, 2012 | 41 Replies

Nokia obviously didn’t invent Wireless charging, but in a sense they re-invented it by re-introoducing it to the masses and going all in with it, bring out multiple accessories, docks, plates and even having wireless charging spots installed in coffee shops and lobbies across the globe. And it would seem this time they figured out exactly what the next […]

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