wish they would include a SD card Expansion. U know it would be nice since a 1080p video taken by the camera eats up 220MB/min of recording. So 32GB is a little less for that standard. would they have given the choice for a 64GB Internal, it would have been nice..
Hoping it jumps up a little on the specs. Don't want to get rid of my 928 just to have a better camera. Nokia, don't disappoint!
IBeyond07, 26 Jun 2013Dual-core 1.2 ghz, seriously? I would avoid that.Good. Leave the awesome camera phone to the rest of us.
IBeyond07, 26 Jun 2013Dual-core 1.2 ghz, seriously? I would avoid that.I don't believe 1.2 to be accurate. That's lower then the 920. There are rumors that suggest it may be a quad core though. quad 1.2 makes more sense.
Swear I cant wait for this beast to let itself out of the cage...11 of july.
Aadrian, 24 Jun 2013The presentation will be on the 11th, then we know all the specs. Can't wait to see it. on the 11th of what?
The presentation will be on the 11th, then we know all the specs. Can't wait to see it.
Still no usb 3... I hopped that this phone would have it, it would be a perfect buy for me then (excellent cam & Windows), that would last me a few years.
As I see most of the complains include the absent SD card slot and the resolution of the screen.
On the other hand, Most important advantages are the 41mp camera and shockproof body and the smooth WP8 (with low apps).
I think the only problem is the SD card, to satisfy the widest area of mobile users.(Or 64 GB storage).
Because if the mobile contain more space, (no need practically for a higher resolution screen) it would be selling like hot cakes and would attract more and more developers.
Anonymous, 20 Jun 2013Microsoft doesn't support 1080p displays n quad core as yet! Tats the best nokia can doActually, WP 8 can run quad cores.
Data Crash, 19 Jun 2013Not really, no. Dual core (and 1.2 GHz at that)? No card Slot? 332 ppi pixel density? 1GB Ram?... moreHey there, you might not like windows 8, thats your call but the low spec processor and ram is because the Win 8 mobile OS is very efficient. It doesnt need 4 cores and loads of ram to run smooth like Android does. I have a Samsung Ativ S with the same spec and it never lags at all unlike the Android phones I have owned. It is totally silky smooth all of the time. The bonus is its the same performance but costs less and uses less battery.
Bro.. WP8 do not need so much cores of processor to operate.... Wp8 is renowned for its fluidity and smoothness. Dual-Core processors are enough for WP to operate smoothly. WP8 is not a laggy OS like android which lags even if Octa-cores are provided.