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).
Mobile phones aren’t the only gadgets that are stylish in Nokia. Many of their accessories aren’t too shabby as well. A couple of days ago, Nokia announced their new accessory: the Nokia BH-121. It’s a Bluetooth device that can turn any 3.5mm headset into a wireless device (but a pair is provided, of course).
Now, this is a surprise! It seems that Nokia planned to release a low-end Android-powered phone all along! But as opposed to creating a skin of Android, they planned to make a forked version of it.
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.
As the decade of the new millennium comes to an end, so does telephone keypad phones. The dawn of touchscreen phones was approaching as Apple and Android was slowly but surely taking over. On 2009, feature phones were mostly touchscreen and Nokia’s releases are hardly seen on top.
Alongside the release of high-end phablets and its much rumored tablet, Nokia has refreshed its line of budget Asha phones. Scheduled for Q4 2013 availability—with bright green, bright red, cyan, yellow, black, and white colors to choose from—the Asha 500, Asha 502, and Asha 503 are headed toward developing markets.
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.
Well, actually, it’s one of those “rumors” that you know is true and you only need to hear it from the horse’s mouth to confirm. Well, the horse has neighed and kept on neighing a few more. Nokia Lumia 2520 is now official.
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.
We’re usually not privy to rumors and leaks here at NoypiGeeks, but we’re making a rare exception on this one. It’s simply too juicy to pass up. The Nokia tablet has been rumored for like forever, even having blurry cam leaks and FCC diagrams.
Following one of the hottest digital trends today, we are proud to bring you a slight enhancement to the trend for Geeks out there. This will be the first of many; this is not going to be weekly, though, of a series of #throwbacks covering technologies of yesteryear.