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Nokia to investigate the Lumia 920 promo video fiasco

10 September, 2012 | Read the news | Post your comment
Nokia to investigate the Lumia 920 promo video fiasco - read the full textNokia has announced it is launching an ethical review into the Lumia 920 presentation video. In case you need a refresh, the Nokia’s Lumia 920 video promoting the smartphone’s camera turned out fake. The samples shown in the advertisement were shot with an elaborate DSLR rig, instead of the...


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Lumia 920 has the best hardware, better than S3 and
iphone 5.

In order for nokia to survive, the only way is switching to Android.

Lumia 920 runs on Android JB will be a giant killer for both S3 and iPhone 5.

Wake up Nokia and forget about Microsoft!

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  • 2012-09-18 01:23
  • IVD7

> In reply to Tumay @ 2012-09-12 13:22 from pihZ - click to readMy One S is fine, so you may have something wrong with your phone. And there are quite a few laggy iPhones out there too.

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  • 2012-09-13 03:31
  • CewI

What do you say guys??? U really have no knowledge about Android then if u say so... Forget everything and even if u look at tyhe number of countless applications which u get in Android then u will get your answers..
Anyways..All The Best wiz your Windows phones and Iphones....

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  • 2012-09-12 21:46
  • u1Cx

> In reply to A.S @ 2012-09-12 09:04 from mXIT - click to readTell me you did NOT just talk about "Blue Screen of Death" on Windows Phone, and somehow praise Anrdoid for software quality! PLEASE!

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  • 2012-09-12 15:21
  • 0Z{g

> In reply to mrin93 @ 2012-09-12 08:38 from v$DH - click to readFYI, WP8 supports upto 64 core processors. But yes you are right that 920 uses dual core more efficiently than crapdroids use their quadcores.

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  • 2012-09-12 13:25
  • M1wS

> In reply to Babur @ 2012-09-11 17:05 from sykp - click to readI thought i was the only one thinking that. Android fans won't understand it. Galaxy S III has great hardware, really. But the OS is laggy and buggy. I don't know how people can even compare it to IOS and WP7/8

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  • 2012-09-12 13:22
  • pihZ

> In reply to James Hunt @ 2012-09-11 16:39 from Xu6N - click to readTotally Agreed, Be a warrior... Android is not for Nokia, Nokia deserves a better OS than Droid, WP will make justise to Nokia's Hardware...


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  • 2012-09-12 11:15
  • GZ1M

> In reply to Anonymous @ 2012-09-11 16:42 from a3sd - click to readAgreed

Today Nokia Lumia 920 is number 1 Daily Interest list, this could end up in sales numbers and market share for Nokia and WP8... Q2 2013 will have the answers when most of the line up phones would have WP8


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  • 2012-09-12 11:12
  • GZ1M

It is interesting to read some 'informed' comments, which probably are based not on 'experience' but rather from whatever could be gathered from 'other' sources.

As I mentioned in my previous comment that currently I am using SGS III (which is my 7th high end droid in last few years); and all these droids suffers from OS instabilities, e.g. unexplainable reboots, hang ups, sudden slow downs or slow performance, and some unwanted quirks e.g. my sensation upon each reboot wanted to 'optimize' all installed on the phone applicaions (I use very few of them, but stock phones usually come with lots of crapware ontop of the crappy OS), my SGS III's home screen folders open at their own etc.

So in a nutshall, Android like Linux is really fun to play with (just to make it work), but after a while it isn't fun anymore. It just doesn't work as it should right out of the box. Hence, there are reasons that more than 22% of android users want to dump their platform (just do a search about this recent survey).

I jumped ship from iOS few years ago, and it provides great reliability and user experience, an area where WP is on par with it, and when it comes to raw performance it feels much more snappier as well. Nokia, instead of choosing a an inefficient / insecure / un-reliable OS, IMHO they rightly went for WP.

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  • 2012-09-12 10:05
  • KIDk

I don't see a way forward for Nokia. If they're still stuck on their age-old OS of Symbian, and have now decided to converge with Windows, they're really not going to be in the running for anything within the telephonics market. In fact, Nokia couldn't have chosen a worse time to team up with a bad company - Windows is going down the pan quicker than you can say 'Blue screen of death,' and with the likes of OSX on the front foot of leading technology, it's difficult to believe they can keep up.

Sorry Nokia, but I think it's time you thought carefully about your decisions, and maybe think about joining the Android circuit.

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  • 2012-09-12 09:04
  • mXIT

> In reply to 2x @ 2012-09-11 13:09 from Ss@i - click to readlook its not about the "latest and greatest tech "
and am not talking about single core processors being standard
and the reason nokia doesnt have quadcore is coz WP8 doesnt support it as of now but the fact is WP8 is uses a dual core more efficiently than an android phone because of its unique kernal
and talking about quadcore
u just gave me example of tegra 3
now temme how many phones are out there with tegra 3 processors and sure i have heard of games optimized for tegra 3
BUT for those games u need to tegra and not vrybody uses them and now temme in ur appstore how many tegra 3 optimized games are there !!
u know the current market is like larger the better
but the truth is android havnt even utilized the dualcores upto its maximum efficiency !!
just imagine if they go by that uproach i wont be surprised if next year the come up with 6 cores
but the fact will still remain , if a quad core used more efficiently than the 6 core , quad core will be better !!

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  • 2012-09-12 08:38
  • v$DH

> In reply to publicity @ 2012-09-11 22:55 from 3crj - click to readyoure wrong the negative publicity exist, and Nokia knows

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  • 2012-09-12 08:29
  • Pby4

"to understand what happened"
they can't compete with iphone4 camera, so they had to use one for filming the video.

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  • 2012-09-12 04:52
  • 85@m

yes they may not like the publicity but it tells the public the truth about "camera" phones and that they are not cameras but rather phones dont you think ?

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  • 2012-09-12 03:38
  • 9DRr

Bad publicity exists...period. everything in this world can either be good or bad. Presidents lose elections due to bad you tell me, not a bad pulicity for Nokia?

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  • 2012-09-12 02:47
  • PSwi

Android is never gonna coming to Nokia. Android was established to bash Nokia's Symbian. They have to move on with a different OS other than Android. And it seems that WP8 is a better choice.

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  • 2012-09-12 00:35
  • 2AuP

bad publicity do not exist, only publicity

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  • 2012-09-11 22:55
  • 3crj

Nokia n9 is way better than windows phone. Especially with android os. Go for n9 instead windows and apple iPhones.

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  • 2012-09-11 22:46
  • 55UT

The Robot Droid feeds on hate and anger of its haters to grow bigger and stronger. Hating on Android makes it even popular and stronger...The more you hate Android the more is grows.. Fools better like Android so the comes to it down fall. The ONLY way to bring Android to it's downfall is to just like it and use simple as that. Android will continue to dominate the market share, cos some stupid people wont stop hating it!!

Apple iOS = Apple is Overpricing
WP8 = Worst Platform for 8 year olds

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  • 2012-09-11 20:49
  • N7AR

Nokia chose the wrong OS, now they cant even choose the right camera.

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  • 2012-09-11 20:22
  • bCed

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