Well, it’s official. Phablets aren’t Android-only territory any longer! And it’s a testament to this new classification’s market viability. While still technically a niche market, its popularity has been steadily growing, so much so that other platforms have taken notice. While Apple is rumored to still be contemplating on the concept, Microsoft went ahead and made what is arguably one of the best phablets in the market today.
Not too long ago, I said that the Nokia Lumia 1020 is one of those few WP8 devices that make sense in purchasing if you can swallow the price. I personally use a Nokia Lumia 620, and while I do like the device, I really could no longer ignore my dislike for small screens (aside from my other caveats).
Akin to the VLC media player for the PC, the Moliplayer Pro for the Windows Phone platform is compatible with several video formats. It can play 1080p videos in your smartphone too!
While the Nokia Lumia 525 is technically just an entry level phone, its predecessor, the Lumia 520, set some very high standards for it.
Nokia hasn’t been shy about touting the imaging prowess of their Lumia 1020 and its 41mp sensor, but how does it stack up against a mainstream DSLR?
Not too long ago, we introduced you to the Final Word in smartphone cameras, the Nokia Lumia 1020. We were able to have a limited hands-on of the phone at the said event, but last week, Nokia was generous enough to loan us a unit for review.
Or, to be more precise, shoot first and refocus later. A couple of days ago, Nokia have released the app that will most probably change everything. As the name and my earlier introduction implies, the Nokia Refocus app allows you to change the focused subject in your photo after you’ve taken the picture.
Batman has revealed himself. Or rather, the elusive Nokia Lumia 1320 that went as Nokia Batman while under wraps has launched today. Equipped with a 6-inch display with 720p resolution, 5-megapixel camera, and dual-core processor, it’s the perfect big-screen Windows Phone for people who don’t want to spend a fortune.
The first phablet from Nokia is here. Boasting a quad-core Snapdragon 800 processor and a 6-inch 1080p screen, the Nokia Lumia 1520 is considerably a turning point for the Finish company in its ongoing effort to challenge the Android and iPhone market dominance.
Well, this is a pleasant surprise! Not long after we got the Amber update (or, most of us, anyway. Adam informed me that Lumia 520 owners still haven’t had the Amber rollout, boo MS!), it’s been announced in the official developers blog that a new batch of updates is underway.
Nokia have officially brought the Nokia 1020 to the Philippines and they held a press conference yesterday at the Ayala Museum. Now, If you’ve read my Windows Phone 8 review and my Nokia 620 review, you’d know that my reception of the platform is lukewarm at best, though I gave high praises to the hardware. Nokia are pushing this phone as the Final Word on camera phones.
The Windows Phone 8 madness hasn’t really reached our shores yet but we’ve decided to take the jump to give you guys our perspective on this platform. We’ve purchased the most affordable Windows Phone 8 smartphone to date, the Nokia Lumia 520 and we’ll be sharing our thoughts on this WP device.
Ok, first things first: This article reflects my honest opinion about the platform. I’ve been using it for over seven months now, and as you may have guessed from my previous article, my reception to the platform has been less than stellar.