Last month, we tested the best smartphone cameras out there and declared the HTC One's ultrapixel camera the master of all. Now it's time to see how the Samsung Galaxy S4 and Sony Xperia Z measure up.
The Verge is reporting that Verizon is finally getting a version of Nokia's flagship Lumia 920 phone. The phone is reportedly called the "Nokia Laser" (REAL TIMELY, GUYS).
Good news for your brittle bird bones—Nokia is apparently working on a new batch of Lumias for 2013, and they're supposed to be much lighter.
The smartphone market of 2012 has seen some heated competition. The usual contenders all released solid hardware. But the dynamic between them changed, too—Windows Phone arrived as a serious third OS option, and 2012 ended with exciting new models of iPhone and Android devices. Here's a look at the best new products…
According to a statement released by the company, Damien Dinning, the Lead Program Manager for Nokia's Smart Devices business, has quit. Following stints at Eastman Kodak and Minolta UK, Dinning joined Nokia in 2004 and was considered to be the person behind the advanced camera technology used in the company's…
According to the folks populating the WPCentral forums, Nokia's new flagship Lumia 920 is having some pretty serious battery issues.
The Nokia Lumia 920 may be too heavy for most tastes, but at least its price tag won't match. The once and future Windows 8 smartphone will be available from AT&T for $100 as of November 9th, while its tinier Lumia 820 cousin will run you just $50 on contract. Preorders start tomorrow.
Windows Phone 8 is lovely, and the Lumia 920 is supposed to be the Ultimate Windows Phone. Sadly, the handset we've been excited about for so long is just too fat to love.
Roughly a week ahead of the Windows Phone 8 launch on October 29th, AT&T and Best Buy have put out some pricing details on the new Lumia 920 and the HTC 8X via the Best Buy website: $149 for the Lumia and $99 for the 8X. And pre-orders are open now.
AT&T just confirmed it will have the Lumia 920 some time in November, and it'll be an AT&T exclusive. Great. Ugh.
The new iPhone is finally here. Yes, people would line up to buy it even if it was made of bottle-caps and dog-poo, but it isn't. It's predictably a very good phone. How good? Let's see how it compares to the top competition.
Here's a side-by-side-by-side of the Nokia Lumia 920's PureView camera up against the iPhone 4S and Galaxy S III. It's pretty darn impressive.
The Lumia 920 is wonderful. It's smooth and fast and sleek and has a ton of future-is-here features. But the question for Nokia—and for you—is, will it be enough?
The PureView camera may be the headlining feature of Nokia's new Lumia 920 phone, but the display is no slouch either. The company says its PureMotion HD+ technology allows the phone to look better, scroll smoother and respond to user interaction better. Here's a quick rundown of the best and coolest new features this…
At Nokia's unveiling of the Lumia 920 it announced that the phone now has a built-in gif app—Nokia Cinemagraph. How amazing is that? Sharing animations with your friends just got better. Provided that they get this phone too.
The Lumia 920 has wireless charging, which in and of itself is fun and neat and interesting and a delightful little quirky perk. But it'll also have color-matching Power Up speakers from JBL that charge your phone every time you gently lay it on top. Pretty cool.