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Aluminum Nokia Catwalk rumored to be Lumia 920's successor

03 January, 2013 | Read the news | Post your comment
Aluminum Nokia Catwalk rumored to be Lumia 920's successor - read the full textIn an attempt to make its next flagship lighter and thinner, Nokia is planning on using aluminum for the Lumia 920 successor. The device, according to The Verge's sources is codenamed Catwalk and will debut some time this year. According to the people familiar with Nokia's plans, the Catwalk...


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I think eventually Windows Phone 8s will succeed. Microsoft's enterprise-grade security is definitely better than Android (most malware targets Android)and its innovative UI will definitely win in the long run. I actually like Lumia very much. Thinking of buying one when WP8 gets more popular and better...

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  • 2013-01-08 12:54
  • vjt4

Android is infested with bugs and malwares. Don't bring that stuff here.

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  • 2013-01-07 02:15
  • kg3U

Incorrect James !

U wanna say Outstanding OS and great hardware !!

Android is plain shit !

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  • 2013-01-06 18:40
  • utp6

BATTTERY LIFE! It's all about battery life...I've used many devices and OS and I like most of them, each for a different reason. I guess my best combination would be a Blackberry 9780 and Motorola Razr Maxx. A solid business phone with great email capabilities and the ultimate in battery life. Anyways, I have a feeling Lumia and WP8 will find their way to the top sooner or later, they just have to insist a bit. Their offering might not be amazingly good yet but they will figure it out. They'd better hurry up because BB10 is on the way!

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  • 2013-01-06 15:41
  • ix12

> In reply to JDM @ 2013-01-03 20:32 from vxNT - click to readGood point

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  • 2013-01-06 15:33
  • ix12

> In reply to UCGILL @ 2013-01-06 04:07 from j0c1 - click to readAlso the fact that 500.000 of them, are useless copy's of others, making the same thing with almost same names and pretty small changes. Makes a difference! And the fact that after you hold on a cheap plastic device with no new useful futures. You hold a Nokia, you suddenly feel you have a premium device in your hands and not a toilet-seat. This is also a HUGE difference.

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  • 2013-01-06 13:48
  • L7eM

The only problem nokia have is they cant advertise there products proply,they have to tell the consumer thru simple adverts that this is the most advance mobile phone in the world (nokia lumia 920)the way apple has doing for years now Samsung has started doing it too.tell us nokia E.g - Clear black,1080p,wireless charging,low light pics,richer sounds recording,32gb,4.7inch screen,nokia maps,nokia music,nokia city, lens,nokia drive,nokia smart shoot. & it works with gloves on! The nokia lumia 920 is a amazing phone,but that's the problem right ther.Nokia start advertising propyl.Then normal ppl will think twice before buying a iphone!!! Then they will say wait a minute my iphone doznt do that even tho I paid £600!

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  • 2013-01-06 09:56
  • 3pbc

> In reply to Anonymous @ 2013-01-05 23:48 from kg3U - click to readThat is absolutely true

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  • 2013-01-06 04:46
  • X3tk

> In reply to UCGILL @ 2013-01-06 04:07 from j0c1 - click to readLier.. Its riddled with more bugs

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  • 2013-01-06 04:45
  • X3tk

> In reply to UCGILL @ 2013-01-06 04:07 from j0c1 - click to readfine put all those 700thou apps in you phone. ive yet to see a person with 10thou apps installed in their phones.

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  • 2013-01-06 04:16
  • t7J9

> In reply to Anonymous @ 2013-01-05 23:48 from kg3U - click to readAndroid is also smooth enough with jelly bean. I see no bugs or lags or glitch with my Note 2. And 700,000 apps on android and 100,000 on Windows makes a huge diff.

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  • 2013-01-06 04:07
  • j0c1

Best OS ever created. Lag free and 10 times less bug than Android. You do things faster on Windows Phone 8 since everything is integrated into the OS. If the 920 came with Android, I wouldn't buy it.

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  • 2013-01-05 23:48
  • kg3U

Lumia - great hardware, too bad about the OS.

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  • 2013-01-05 22:31
  • ucA9

forget the word "fantasy" phone it it the benefits the features offer

replaceable battery 820 has 920 NOT you can carry a spare battery no usb no charger, freedom TWO abtteries offer
microsd expansion, 820 has 920 NOT move data WITHOUT pc, not "limited" so DON'T have to buy same phone but with bigger memory,
if on momory card memory is NOT an integral if the phone develops a fault
Also system managers are restricting connecting smart phones to PC but you CAN connect USB/ memory card

A phone with non user reaplaceable battery is a RECHARGABLE PHONE,

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  • 2013-01-05 14:26
  • IaHH

> In reply to what the ? @ 2013-01-04 19:32 from pJm1 - click to read$1000 please... :-D

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  • 2013-01-05 02:36
  • rKeF

> In reply to Apple or Nokia @ 2013-01-04 17:30 from IaHa - click to readNon removable battery phones are much more solid than removable ones. I've always wondered why they consider it a con, for me it is a requirement when i buy a phone. As for the microSD? If i have 30gb onboard, the expansion card would be just an extra mess on file management. Fantasy phone is different for everyone

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  • 2013-01-05 02:10
  • 3TL@

I own a Nokia E7. The phone is slow in gaming and the browser experience is a pain, except opera mini, that I use every day. But the desing is superb, and the metal feel is the best. My gf S2 looks like a kid toy near E7. And the physical qwerty is top. I have no signal problem. So, Nokia and me and the devil makes three. Cheers

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  • 2013-01-05 00:25
  • LaDe

@ apple or nokia, thanks for the info, I was really looking hard at the 920 and info in your post is not in EE magazine
@ ed007 you are the total opposite and it is just drivel, have you posted anything factual? please let someone who has something to say in ENGLISH post as I think you have already said too much, all of it bad

my first visit to this site and tomorrow I can get a phone, but I nearly made a mistake which none of posts provided the info,
happy to admit I don't read yours

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  • 2013-01-04 20:58
  • 9C5a

> In reply to Ed007 @ 2013-01-04 17:01 from GR@V - click to readhey man can you gift me a htc one x ? pleazzzz :D

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  • 2013-01-04 19:32
  • pJm1

> In reply to ObserverPh @ 2013-01-04 18:09 from P@1G - click to readI think i possibly stopped yet another war of words :-)
On a more serious note -Yes it does luk great.hope so

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  • 2013-01-04 18:15
  • rJM4

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