Just don't understand, MS has Xbox, Office, Surface, Band. So what's wrong with Nokia..? I smell something fishy... Wait until Nov 17..?
well I prefer nokia brand anyhow, but still going to use windows for phone because simply I got ill feel already for android and iOS, more than Microsoft.
Its good if it is having configuration fighting enough to moto e and redmi...
Anonymous, 04 Nov 2014I bought Nokia because of Windows Phone OS. Nokia is crap without WP OS.Oh poor you lol. You bought Nokia because of windows. Microsoft was nothing without Nokia. If you did your history you'd see how windows mobile and their early handsets were a big failure. Rather like the Zune.
A budget handset, not a smart move for Microsoft's first branded mobile. Enough said.
windows phone has just 3% market share whereas android as 84% market share... first let microsoft to beat apple ios later u can talk about android.
specs looks complete enough. if got a good 5mp autofocus and a 1.3mp front selfieand also 1Gb ram. it's good to sell below USD200
I don't care! When's the next flagship coming? Should I buy 930 or wait? That's what I care about!
Hope it have 1 GB RAM and priced under 7k then it will be hit mobile for sure doesn't matter what logo it carries. Microsoft is a recognized name.
Tillus, 03 Nov 2014The L830 have more pixels. This Rm-1090 have less, and the consumption is smaller. Use your brain.You might want to use your brain.
Pixels do not have a big impact on batterylife.
Nokia Lumia 1320, 6 inch, 720p, 3400 mAh
75h endurance rating
Nokia Lumia 1520, 6inch, 1080p, 3400 mAh
107h endurance rating
Here is the used chipset responsable for the difference
Motorola Moto G (2013), 4,5 inch, 720p, 2070 mAh
54h endurance rating
Motorola Moto G (2014), 5,0 inch, 720p, 2070 mAh
50h endurance rating
Here the difference in screensize is responsable for the difference
Screensize-batterycapacity ratio and the used chipset is way more important for the battery live.
If this phone is cheaper than lumia 730 and has 1gig of ram I will definately buy this. The logo it carry does not matter
darklord, 03 Nov 2014Sorry Guys but i'm going to buy Lumia just for the MICROSOFT Logo.Exactly, so happy to see Microsoft back inaction. Miss my old Windows mobile phones that had that microsoft logo which was enough to give it a premium next generation looking device feel while other amateurs were fiddling with Symbion OS and its media player and polyphonic ringtones
Their is no problem with brand Nokia. But the culprits were the people who were running the company. Moreover they could not correctly anticipate the growth of Android. Symbian could have been Android, had they put more money, research and "Brain" behind it. I think Nokia was already "sold" to Microsoft many years back. For Microsoft Nokia is an investment and they would surely want to get the most out of it. It's just simple business sense.