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Nokia Lumia 920 VS iPhone 4S VS Samsung Galaxy S3
iSJ5, 06 Sep 2012all sample is fake? so whats the true?the true is nokia and microsoft like everytime are liying!
sandy., 06 Sep 2012the addicted will buy it no matter what just like a drug addict. but others beware.
better... morefake specifications, fake money, could be a solution :)
And honestly, I don't know why they did it instead of making a phone with good camera like Pureview that was so good it didn't needed fake adverts.
Marco, 06 Sep 2012Just about any camera can take good photos under great lighting conditions, and with the built... morehttp://conversations.nokia.com...-next-level/
What if the images are really taken with Lumia 920?
Visit flickr... People have taken even better shots with N8 which had a larger sensor, smaller aperture, more megapixel count.
If the Lumia 920 is betterm is should be excellent. I shot better low light images with my Nokia N9 than my friend's Nikon D3100 DSLR camera with optimized settings.
By the way, look at the pic closely at the bottom, the top one cuts off differently the "edited" one ... So the added missing pieces via editing ... mmmm. Smell like a setup to me.
Gsm Nokia are in wrong but I don't see you stating Samsung used false advertising in their Olympics video as the images shown on the phones screen where altered and there was no notification to say that they had done this ?
Oh dear oh dear...
Things go from bad to worse for Nokia...
16% share drop during the presentation...
And now a barrage of fake marketing...
Consider the Lumia 920 D.O.A.
A weighty, non-expandable SD, phone... with the big selling point of the camera... oh no... wait a minute...
And who honestly is going to buy it in canary yellow?
The Nokia Lumia 920 vs iPhone 4S: Low-light camera test
Aw c'mon people, Those were just some shots, Im more than sure that their new technology would be pretty awesome, YOU ALL KNOW how Nokia 808 kicked ass a few months ago.. THIS TECH WONT BE A FAKE, YOU WILL SEE.. Nokia INVENTS THESE, Wait and you will see.. And it would be awesome if the bloggers and those people look for fake stuff in other brands too.. SO MANY people to go against the company that brings new stuff.. Idiots.. some sample shots wont ruin the whole thing.. wait for it , it will BLOW your mind :D im sure
B Jay, 06 Sep 2012You haven't seen the LED flash of Lumia 800/900/N9.
And I can get similar results with a Ca... moreJust about any camera can take good photos under great lighting conditions, and with the built-in flash off. So no, no built-in LED flash in a phone could alone have taken this shot.
The purpose of the photo was to disply how great photos it would take in the dark. It failed, massively, and resorted to cheating.
cnick, 06 Sep 2012So afterall the whole Pureview technology behind Lumia 920 is faking some adverts. At this rat... moreThe proofs are not concrete!
I don't see the above image anywhere...
not here http://conversations.nokia.com...-next-level/
cnick, 06 Sep 2012So afterall the whole Pureview technology behind Lumia 920 is faking some adverts. At this rat... morethe addicted will buy it no matter what just like a drug addict. but others beware.
better buy it with fake money
Geez! People should grow... Its normal in every advertisements. Thats how marketing works! Full of fake and exaggerated scenes to capture the eyes of consumers. I'm not a Nokiafan (I'm a Sonyfan) but I think, to make 2 issues about this in there event day makes it unfair.
For all doubters of Lumia 920 camera, I found a lifesaver video that will show Optical Image Stabilization (OIS) really works. And its awesome!!!
how did Nokia got in this Chinese kind of advertising??? They insistet so much on this quality camera and loose everithing because everibody is asking WHY WOULD YOU SHOW PICTURES MADE BY OTHER CAMERA WHEN YOU SAY YOUR CAMERA IS THE BEST????????????????
Marco, 06 Sep 2012hahahah! You're just so funny right now.
Listen, not even fairly descent compact in the pri... moreYou haven't seen the LED flash of Lumia 800/900/N9.
And I can get similar results with a Canon Ixus 105. (low end point and shoot). Already achieved such pics with my Nokia 5800 using CameraPro for Symbian S60v5.
And I already said in my first comment that f/22 aperture would require a long shutter speed, so the car should appear more blurred than it is.
And how did a blogger calculate aperture by just looking at the light flares?
I really want to meet the genius and teach me the technique.