[deleted post]Just like your name, I will "laugh out loud" on your comment. Do you even know how much big, an 808 PureView sensor size is? And if they managed to put it in a much more slimmer 9.7 mm thick body while 920 is an inch thicker than this one. Try fitting a sensor technology like this in any slim phone with shot bezel and you'll *cry* out loud.
I'm sure EOS will provide excellent camera experience, but I am getting Lumia 925.
Eagerly waiting on tmobile USA
Common_636, 06 Jun 2013I wonder if there will be conflict between Nokia and Canon if they decide to keep that nameEOS is a greek term I think, it is not the same as Canon's EOS technology AFAIK
gawd, why are everyone making the phones this big now a days?? I want a 4" screen that is easy to hold in my small hands.
More fisher price bricks.
Good camera or not it is thick and heavy with huge bezels.
Tell you guys what, If Nokia ever decided to do ONE high-end Android device you will see what will happen to the Samsung Galaxy's.
Anyways there is a good chance this being my next Smartphone and camera.
Common_636, 06 Jun 2013I wonder if there will be conflict between Nokia and Canon if they decide to keep that nameWon't be. Canon cannot claim the name, it's used for other purposes as well, not only Canon uses it.
lumia 925 928 all r same waste but this in true update version of lumia 920
Still a few questionmarks.
Screen technology and sub pixel count.
Lets hope for a Amoled, but unlike 925 they should have a full sub-pixel set.
You don't need more than 720p in a mobile, today, or you will be wasting graphics power painting pixels you can hardly see, instead of more details or better batterylife.
Storage. if it comes at 64 and 128, at decent price level, well, then it will be fine, even without micro-SD. But with 32GB, it really needs it.
It's a cameraphone, high resolution high quality pics takes a lot of space. And we are hoping for RAW mode this time, and a proper RAW converter to deal with potential image distortions due to the system (that is how Micro four thirds and Sony RX100 does it, however its built in to their jpeg algorithms).
Cloud storage is just a gimmick at this point. It uses resources, relying on a internetconnection. The write speeds are far from high enough for imaging, so then if you take a lot of images, you will run in to trouble.
OIS wasnt mentioned here.
Without it, it will not dominate, even if it might still on quite e few occasions probably be the best (depends on what sony does with Honami).
Variable apretature, has been mentioned, and that would be awesome, but should not be implemented if it affects the maximum aperature size.
Battery capacity, is very very important, as well.
Taking pics and shooting videos drains the battery a lot. I'm affraid Nokia wont deliver on this, we probably will be seeing a meaissly 2000mAh, and that will not be enough. Standy of modern OSes and CPUs are not effective enough.
And please Nokia, implement Bluetooth 4.0, without it, it can not connect to all modern BT accesories.
Ohh comon a dual core processor ,
nokia please grow up soon , put the snapdragon 800 processor in the phone & enable 4k video capture on the pureview sensor .
Gelvin, 06 Jun 2013LOL stop showing yourself as paid to praise Samsung. We already have seen how the "Galaxy... moreThat wasn't even a fan speaking for Samsung but might be an employee willing to be shot at anytime by Samsung haters! Haha! That was an advertisement right there! :P
Anonymous, 06 Jun 2013Who cares! if i want a good picture i will buy the latest handy digicam out there, not this! p... morepeople have different needs and/or hobbies, some apreciate a good camera always available in their pockets, wrapped in the most qualitative materials used so far in smartphones(you were reffering to samsung about cheap plastic and you know it:)) while some, like you, want just to show off with their aquisitions, kill time through playing silly games and reboot/flash a messy OS hopeing to make it work and crying just after few months from their purchase because a new, better specd phone is available:)...yeah, who cares? since trolls like you bother to "honour" us with their presence and "vastly" knowledge:)
Common_636, 06 Jun 2013You seem to know alot about 3 phones that are only rumored and haven't even been release yet. I got the info through reading during my free time. Try it! Maybe you'll have a couple more ideas when you research what interests you while killing your time. :)
Morph, 06 Jun 2013Stop crying over Micro SD Support.
You have SkyDrive, Box.net, Dropbox, Sugarsync, Google Dri... moreAnd for those who do not want to rely on the cloud, what should they do? Just with the maps on Nokia Here and maybe Here+, it is predictable that at least almost half of the memory of this smartphone will be for the cached maps. Plus the fact you want high quality music and photos, not on the cloud, and you will have filled three quarters of the internal memory of this device... Oh, wait, it still remains 8Go, then, but will it be enough for all the apps one will need? For people for which 8Go will not be enough and still do not want to rely on the cloud, will they have to transfer their photos and music to their computer?
A Micro SDHC slot should have been provided on this device. Definitely too bad it is not there. Otherwise... whoa!
rj23, 06 Jun 2013Among the phones that are rumored and set to be released on the second half of 2013 I am only ... moreYou seem to know alot about 3 phones that are only rumored and haven't even been release yet.
Morph, 06 Jun 2013Stop crying over Micro SD Support. You have SkyDrive, Box.net, Dropbox, Sugarsync, Google Dri... moreThe great thing about having a couple of extra GBs of memory through micro SD is something that I will definitely like because not all the time you can use internet or you'll have an internet connection anytime, anywhere whereas if you have your microSD, its gonna be worry free for you and it will be lesser of a hassle for me at least. Another fact is that your files on your SD card will be more confidential compared to cloud memory that is internet based so that's for sure is a little more risky being exposed to hackers and all. There's still a little more advantage in having a micro SD card slot, not to mention, you will also have to pay a monthly service for cloud memories after 2 years of using them. Not a smart move having it. :)
I wonder if there will be conflict between Nokia and Canon if they decide to keep that name
Among the phones that are rumored and set to be released on the second half of 2013 I am only getting intrigued and interested with this Lumia Pureview and Sony's Cybershot lines that will star the rumored Honami a phone with a 5" screen and Togari with a rumored 6.3" screen size which I think is a bit oversized already just like the rumored Galaxy Note 3 from Samsung. Anyhow, going back to the Lumia Pureview, if it will have a nice body build, nicer than that of the present Lumia phones, there's a great chance I might have my One X+ changed for it but Sony really kills it by designing such lovely phones, Sony has always made nice looking phones especially the Xperia Z! The Honami was reported to have a Metal, Glass and Carbon Fiber elements in its design category and that for sure will be made well by Sony and their new devices Honami and Togari will sport a Cybershot technology that will mimic the quality of images produced by Sony's RX100 camera which is a beast especially for a smartphone that will surely be a great head to head battle between Nokia and Sony and Zoom on the other hand from Samsung will be left out for sure only having a qHD resolution on a 4.3" screen size? Wow! That's something that should have been released back in 2011! There will be no LTE connectivity too which for sure is available with Sony's Honami and maybe with the Lumia Pureview too! Honami will have a full HD screen resolution and a Triluminos screen like the ones on their Smart TVs according to a representative from Sony Philippines which (if rumors will be true) will surely be a fire hit and will throw SAmoled out of the water. Lumia Pureview on the other hand might not have a full HD screen resolution but it is a little over than a regular HD screen at 768 resolution which isn't bad, atleast Nokia makes it higher than a 720p HD resolution but Samsung doing it at qHD, WOW! That's something that you Sammy fans should be afraid of. It's no longer 2011 and we're about to approach 2014 when these devices will arrive to the market! I hope all the rumors for Nokia and Sony come true coz if they'll make it possible for us who believe in them, Sammy and Apple and even the struggling BlackBerry will all get their revenues down. For me, Nokia is at its best with Windows platform and Sony for me is the best among the Android OEMs. Sammy and Apple are two of the most overrated names in this world next to Justin Bieber! lol
it's certainly been a while since I posted anything on here!!
but just had to say...
as an owner of Galaxy 2/3 and currently Note 2...
I do love Sammy's products, they're tough, reliable and arguably the best-specced on the market...
I think specs are pretty much levelling out now... beyond quad core and HD screens - really the next battle has to be fought on what 'unique' benefits a phone from any manufacturer can bring?
I've got mine until the end of next year...
but I can honestly say IF Nokia is still going by then and making phones like this... I'll be jumping ship without hesitation... I think stand-out features (as well as looks, etc.) will be what matters next...