Martin Li says:
It's not closing to the last week of June and sorry to see Whatsapp still dead in there.
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I read the title...and for a moment I felt like there was no reason left to be alive in the world...I guess that's how much a Nokia fanboy I am.
People are don't seem to understand the draw back of 1080p.
The extra power and cpu/gpu need for almost no visual benefit isn't worth the trade off.
Getting "something" in the future for free is really only a selling point for people with more money than sense.
same here. good that my 920 supports wireless charging and I have a nokia wireless charging pad
Can't agree more. Whatsapp is just dead for over 4 months.
Yeah they can use IOS instead lol
It is interesting that none of the recent leaks have confirmed the processor being used in the EOS. It it is indeed a 41MP camera sensor, then it would have to be Snapdragon 800 which is the only quad-core processor that can support 41MP. There was an earlier rumour about the power consumption issue with S800. Then we keep seeing the XXMP on the leaked images which leave a shadow of doubt about the whole thing. If it is not Snapdragon 800, then the 41MP is not a sure thing. Then again, Nokia has not come out to deny it either. The "ZOOM Reinvented" ad should be pointing to a high MP camera sensor in order to achieve a meaningful zooming feather, otherwise it should not be made a big deal of it. I guess we just won't know for sure until July 11th.
Also agreed. No need for 1080p on a 5inch screen.... The difference wouldnt be noticeable but the battery drain would be.
well - they will catch up if nokia would equip their phones with Qi again. At the moment they dont
I had same problem, it said English United States under speech language but I still had to download it and install it. Does speech work when you press and hold windows logo??
Montgomery Badleford says:
I actually bought mine unlocked, and would never buy a locked phone because I travel a lot. Thus, if I want a new phone it has to be substantially better than the one I have to justify spending another £400. I had high expectations for the EOS, but I guess I'll have to wait for winter.
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1080p is 1920x1080 at the absolute best, which is 2.1MP (2.0736 to be precise).
You did read the article right? :-)
This will be good for all of new yorks thousands of homeless people, now when they lose their house, they can keep their phone.
New York is such a horrible, horrible place!
1080p will be released in a future update, but... what's so good about it? More battery consumption, no visual representation, but a higher number?
Graven Pshya says:
I remember reading on here the reasoning behind not having 64gb storage. It was an interview with a Nokia Designer (I think). Anyhow, if anything it's not Microsoft restricting 64gb internal storage.
Not to mention that evidently the notification center, at least as it was leaked on that eBay phone, was removed in the later iterations of the new OS. I truly hope they implement something though. I am sick and tired of reading toast notifications from ESPN or CNN stating "The Mariners lead the Angels 4 to" or "CNN has confirmed that a level 6.1 earthquake has struck the city of..."
Abhishek Upadhyay says:
I'm also amazed they "kind of" (since it still works on the desktop) got rid of it with Windows 8...
Believe it or not, the difference between 720p and 1080p on a cell phone isn't that great because people can't resolve sharpness above 229 PPI. The only real advantage to it is more breathing room for user interface elements, such as buttons and text. However, all at the cost of the battery.
Source : BGR
Why MS behaving like this
is ms want kill Windows phone?
i don't have a gig of space for apps everything filled by other storage...why don't think is it serious issue...we don't want to wait for next big update, Why MS?
if i list limitations of OS we need to write big post, but we know the limitations before buying ,i am not blaming for that , i am reason for 4 mobiles in my room but every one blaming me now, what i need to so?https://skydrive.live.com/redir?resid=4A93AC1812C84853!2935&authkey=!APp...
It will never happen. Ericsson and Nokia are and always will be communications company's and they are both highly funded by the EU. Nokia basically created the 3g standard and Ericsson basically created the 4g standard. Both of these company's are highly funded by the EU and aren't going anywhere.
Simon Tupper says:
W8.1 looks great from the leaks, but nothing too exciting about WP8.1 yet. The notification center will be great, yet its 2 year late so.. Nothing to blow our minds away with wp8.1 to date.
I don't have issues whatsoever with any of the 4 issues you mentioned and I'm wondering if those issues are really on Microsoft's priority list. Trust me, they have a ton of resources devoted to mobile. The new 928 screen is amazing even in comparison to my 900 and I'd be completely happy with that (and I expect the EOS screen will be similar).
Yech. These ads blow. Can't do it fellas. I can't do it.
Central time!! Yes Zzzzzzzzzzzz time!...
Completely agree. 1080p is completely overrated on a phone, particularly given the battery life issues it can cause. I'm getting tired of people constantly wanting the best specs based on comparisons to android. If you have a windows phone, you should realize that it doesn't need a quad core processor to run smooth as silk.
Crazy, crazy, crazy.. Especially after it was one of the biggest complaints about WP7.x!
Lawrence Crecy says:
Seriously how did they miss this at Microsoft? Honestly how the hell do you miss that? Wtf...
This phone will be hyping everyone up before tmobile even hints at preorders for the 925. Im so tired of them being so freaking slow.
T-Mobile then? Oh, right, never mind, I still have to wait (and still using my Lumia 710).
Yes it has and for what I heard next month GDR2 will enable the Radio, Clock, and Tap to wake up screen.
I don't think he was being all that condescending, maybe a touch =D
There have actually been leaks of the XX replaced with 41. So ya, this is the real deal, not 20.
Richard Yu doing the Huawei Wobble. lol.
these never get old...I always LOL!
The OS is not aven a year old and they will be giving us two updates until the big one. Have patient and you will be rewarded.
No problem man! Like I said, if you need anything explained I will try to explain tomorrow. I'm about to hit the ZZZZ's.
They're just model numbers like any other phone. The 9xx series is the highest end, followed by the 8xx series and so on. 920 is the model after the 900, and any number ending in a number other than zero is a variation of the same model AFAIK. So 925 and 928 are variations of the 920. The EOS probably won't be in the 92x series. Is that what you were asking?
Honestly, I think the EOS has been in the works ever since the 808 PureView came out, it was more of the Version 1 (41 MP camra), 920 being Version 2 (Optical image stabilization + Backside-illuminated image sensor), and then this is Version 3, bringing the best of both worlds together.
Basicly, no matter what, this was going to be the year that Nokia was coming out with it's beast - Samsung knows that, and they're making the Zoom to compete with it.
haha,you can never tell when these phones go on sale. A one week sale here...a one week sale there...I waited for black friday to get my Titan for a penny on ATT. I most likely will not do that again.. haha
yes, I believe it will be enabled in an update.
The RM numbers are code and don't actually correlate with the lumia model numbers. I believe I did read somewhere that a new 8xx series phone is on the way though.
No, it's completely above board. It is a special class of account that is used to activate it. Remember, you can't authorize more than a certain number of devices otherwise.This lets you but 30 or however many copies of an app to activate on a bunch ipads at once.
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