The Nokia Lumia 925 for T-mobile just arrived at TNB headquarters, so let’s go ahead with an unboxing! It is 8.5mm thin, but with an upgraded camera module with 6 lenses instead of 5 found on the older Lumia 920. The sides are made of aluminum, which is new to Lumia devices. This phone supports LTE on T-mobile’s network in the US.
Here’s a look at a beta version of 6tagram, an Instagram application for Windows Phone. It’s really GOOD! The beta version is updated frequently, so the final version may have more features. It is expected to release at the Windows Phone store very soon.
Nokia Photo Transfer lets you connect your Nokia Lumia Windows Phone 8 device with your Mac OS computer, and transfer photos and videos between the two. It supports special types of photos and videos taken with SmartShoot, Cinemagraph, Nokia Smart Camera, or Nokia Pro Camera. Check out the demo with my Nokia Lumia 1020.
I don’t know when this feature became available, but I just discovered there are now 2 Twitter options in the Share menu. One option gets uploaded to Skydrive then tweeted to Twitter. The other option uploads to Twitter’s own photo service. I’ve been wanting this feature for a while now, so I’m glad it’s here.
Today, I learned two things about my Nokia Lumia device. The first is that the calculator gives you more functions when you turn it sideways. The second is that you can share or attach your location in Messaging. Did you know about these features? Watch the demo on the Nokia Lumia 928.