Check out the new wireless charging car holder announced by Nokia at Mobile World Congress. It also has NFC so you can tap your phone to the holder to open any app you want. In this video, it opens Here Maps.
An update for Cinemagraph on Nokia Lumia devices was shown off at Mobile World Congress. It makes the camera lens app even better. I found Ari from Nokia’s Imaging team to give us a demo. Take a look.
Here’s another camera lens for Nokia Lumia devices. It’s called Glam Me. It lets you take self-portraits and then add effects. Go ahead and get creative with your own photos. Video after the jump.
Check out Place Tag, a new camera lens introduced for Nokia Lumia devices today at Mobile World Congress. It combines Nokia’s unique capabilities in location and imaging, then adds location stamps to photos with relevant information about pictured places. Watch the demo after the jump.
We go hands-on the Nokia 301. It is for more affordable Internet and email access, with camera experiences inspired by Nokia Lumia smartphones. It also includes the Nokia Xpress Browser for up to 90 percent more data efficiency.
Let’s go hands-on with the Nokia Lumia 520. It’s Nokia’s most affordable Windows Phone 8 smartphone. It has a four-inch super sensitive touchscreen with 800 x 480 pixels resolution. It runs with a 1 GHz Dual Core Snapdragon processor. The Lumia 520 also has a 5 megapixel camera.
Anina from Nokia shows us the Nokia Lumia 720 from Mobile World Congress. The highlighted features are the large F/1.9 aperture, Carl Zeiss optics, and wide-angle front-facing camera.
Here’s the Nokia 105, the most affordable Nokia phone to date at a recommended price of EUR 15 unlocked and unsubsidized. The Nokia 105 is ideal for the first-time phone buyer.
I’m here in Barcelona with a few other bloggers as Nokia’s guests for Mobile World Congress. The night before the Nokia press conference, they surprised each one of us with custom 3D-printed case for the Nokia Lumia 820 using our blog’s Twitter photo. Video and photo after the jump.