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If you were wondering how a self-portrait photo would look like in low-light condition with flash on the Nokia Lumia 920, there’s a sample that was just tweeted tonight. Photo was uploaded by Chanse Arrington, Head of Developer & Content Marketing at Nokia, who just got married. Congrats Mr. and Mrs. Arrington!
At an AT&T event in New York City, Nokia showed off their new Nokia Lumia 920. Cyan was not listed when the phone was originally announced, but it will be available to AT&T exclusively at launch. Video after the jump.
AT&T just announced the addition of the Nokia Lumia 920 and Nokia Lumia 820 to its fall lineup. Both phones will run on AT&T’s 4G LTE network and are planned to be made available from AT&T in November. Pricing was not mentioned. The good news is that the Nokia Lumia 920 will come in cyan!
Nokia Lumia and other Windows Phone devices get notifications that appear on top, but if you miss them, they’re gone. There’s no way to see a list of all previous notifications. It can be argued that live tiles on the home screen *is* the notification center, but I think there’s room for improvement. I hope Windows Phone 8 brings an improved notification experience on the Nokia Lumia 920 and 820.
I checked my Nokia 808 Pureview for an update and noticed Belle Feature Pack 2 is now available. The updates are arriving for the Nokia 603, 700, and 701 as well. Feature Pack 2 brings a host of new updates including a new keyboard, new widgets and a new music player. More details about the changes after the jump.
The Nokia Lumia 920 will be sold in Italy for 599 Euros ($772 USD) and the Nokia Lumia 820 for 499 Euros ($643 USD). They will be available in mid-November with three operators. This info comes straight from a press release sent by Nokia Italy. Pricing and availability vary in different regions, but this gives us a better idea of how much they’ll cost elsewhere.
I want the Nokia Lumia 920, but there’s one huge problem. We still haven’t heard of pricing or official release dates! Is it next week… next month? What sucks about waiting is that new videos keep popping up showing us how awesome this phone is going to be. Hurry up! I’m convinced. I want it now. Take my money!
“Didn’t the Nokia Asha 311 just come out?” That was my first reaction when I read about the recent Nokia Asha 308 and 309 announcement. It made more sense after looking closely at the specs. The Asha 308 and 309 will be around $99 USD which is about $50 cheaper than the current price for the Asha 311. Let’s take a look at the differences after the jump.