The star of the show at Nokia World for me was the Nokia Lumia 1520. I made sure to spend a lot of time with it at the event. Equipped with a camera, I went around the showcase areas to record as much as I can about this new Lumia. Watch the videos after the jump.
Apple announced the iPhone 5s recently, so let’s compare some of the features with Nokia Lumia 1020. The new iPhone’s design is pretty much the same from last year except there’s a new button with a built-in fingerprint scanner and a slightly bigger flash. Watch the video to see the comparison.
So you’ve probably heard that Microsoft is buying Nokia’s devices and services. The words Asha and Lumia are going to Microsoft. The brand “Nokia” is still owned by Nokia, but they’re not allowed to use that name on any mobile devices until the end of 2015.
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.
Sony is rumored to release these interesting lens cameras and I’m wondering what you guys think about it. Basically these are camera lenses with wifi and SD card slot that you can use with the iPhone or Android phones. You’ll use your phone to handle the framing or controlling the lens.
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.
Only five people outside of Nokia have these already. Here’s my review of the Coloud Boom for Nokia in matte red. It also comes in cyan or yellow to match Nokia’s colors. They will be available in September for about $35.