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Optical Image Stabilization on the Nokia Lumia 920 is pretty amazing. In this latest found footage, the Lumia 920 goes head-to-head with an unnamed device inside a moving car. The difference is noticeable. Take a look at the video.
Approximately 2 weeks from now, the Nokia Lumia 920 and 820 will be sold in Germany at Vodafone shops. The November 1st date was revealed at Vodafone’s Facebook page. Pricing was not shared by Vodafone, but Nokia Germany’s suggested prices are 649 EUR for Nokia Lumia 920 and 499 EUR for the Lumia 820 without contract.
One thing that bothered me about Windows Phone, but learned to live with, is that apps restart when clicking on their tile from the homescreen or app list. If an app has already been launched then you go elsewhere, you can get back to where you left off by holding the back button. There was good news from WPCentral that launching an app in Windows Phone 8 that is already running will bring you to where you left off, not restart the app.
We’ve seen one clear photo of the Nokia Lumia 822 before (as the Nokia Atlas), but now there are a couple more. WMPU got their hands on the first actual photos of the Verizon-exclusive Windows Phone 8 device. I’m not really liking the color, but maybe more photos will change my mind.
The Nokia Lumia 810 was announced last night, but there were not that many photos for it. Techcrunch got their hands on a Nokia Lumia 810 dummy unit today. While they couldn’t turn it on, they took some nice photos that’ll give you a clearer look at the hardware design. Take a look.