Anonymous, 08 Oct 2013Great hardware. Terrible OS. Such a shame.Agreed!!
Nokia brand name will disappear in Q1, 2014.... what a shame... Anyways, windows phone is a failure and hopefully will really cause a hit to microsh*t....
3zukr, 08 Oct 2013It would be useless if there is no improvement like same dual core processor, same RAM, etc. j... morewhat part of snapdragon 800 do you not understand...
btw... that is better than 99% of all android phones, including flagships
plus dual core lumia 520 runs circles around 8core gs4 in terms of smoothness and lagging...
dual core wp- no lag
octa core android - lag
obviously ram and cores mean sheet when your device lags
It would be useless if there is no improvement like same dual core processor, same RAM, etc. just making changes in camera and bigger screen will not help Nokia to gain market share. No doubt that camera is undoubtedly best in smartphone, but there is a lot more apart from camera when it comes to smartphone.
really wonder why the lumia flagships are not comes with sd card support...
Peter, 08 Oct 2013No use if there is no SD card...At least make it 64 GB. It seems Nokia does not listen to cust... moreSD Card or higher capacity memory is a must! If that's missing -- a big let down!
Peter, 08 Oct 2013No use if there is no SD card...At least make it 64 GB. It seems Nokia does not listen to cust... more128gb for phable? why? are you going to work with HD video files?
Don't forget phable is derived from phone, not from desktop workstation.
To all thinking why there is no microSD option in this phablet. There "will be" an option of a microSD card. It's I think a typo error by GSMArena or lack of knowledge because I haven't read anywhere about lack of microSD support in this phablet, neither the source says something like that. Furthermore, for this mobile specs. Read these articles. GSMArena is now a bit misguiding.
Peter, 08 Oct 2013No use if there is no SD card...At least make it 64 GB. It seems Nokia does not listen to cust... moreDude! This phone does support microSD slot. http://www.wpcentral.com/nokia...tt-early-nov
Read the source article, nowhere is written about the lack of microsd support. It's been written by GSMArena and I don't know from what source they have got this information. They should at-least share it with us.
Shy, 08 Oct 2013LG G2 is a Great Phone, but without external card slot feels something big is missing. Hope No... moreThis phone "is" going to support a microSD slot. Read this: http://www.wpcentral.com/nokia...tt-early-nov
Also, read the source article. They hadn't mention anything about microSD.
LG G2 is a Great Phone, but without external card slot feels something big is missing. Hope Nokia Lumia 1520 is not implementing that mistake of LG.
I have been skeptical of Windows Phone over the years. As a former iPhone user, I was afraid of vendor lock-in that happens with all of Apple's products, and I wanted something robust that was more than a toy. I switched to Android phones but I am getting tired of the fragmentation and slow interface. I am currently dealing with tons of spyware on my Android phone. The phone was top of the line with my carrier just eighteen months ago, but it no longer receives updates. Worse, it is littered with malware and spyware, a common occurrence in the Android world per the testimony of my acquaintances. Now it looks like GMail is spying on my email through what Google calls "targeted advertising." Enough!
Luckily I am due for an upgrade soon. I have been to a local phone store to try out all of the phones, and the ones that really impressed me were the Microsoft Lumia Windows Phones. Not only were they built with the highest quality materials, but the interface is phenominally clean and quick. There are live tiles which allow information to flow to my home screen without wasting space or causing clutter. Sure, the Microsoft Application Store is young and may not have 500,000 apps, but it's quality, not quantity that I'm worried about. I just need about a dozen or so well written programs to conduct my daily business. Windows Phone is the fastest growing smartphone percentage wise, so the app store will only get better. Plus, I look forward to being able to edit my documents on the fly with Microsoft Office on the way in to work. With a trusted name like Microsoft and Outlook.com, I also don't have to worry about being "Scroogled" and having my personal email targeted for advertisements.
I can't wait to join the growing number of smartphone users who are making the switch to Windows Phone. Windows Phone 8 is a great OS that provides excellent value for money. I would recommend this phone to everyone. If you value privacy and quality, Windows Phone is the way of the future!
No use if there is no SD card...At least make it 64 GB. It seems Nokia does not listen to customers. I really want to buy a Nokia windows phablet, but it should be either with SD card or higher storage capacity such as 64 or 128 GB.
Omar-Nokia, 08 Oct 2013GSMA you're wrong , it will have a Micro SD Card slot This is what I have read on WPCentral. It will support a MicroSD slot.