AnonD-89617, 02 Jan 2015while others have already started the race of 64-bit processores...why is microsoft still hang... moreMS just want to flood the market with their low end models. BTW, what's the point of having 64bits?? Does it make your life better and faster?
while others have already started the race of 64-bit processores...why is microsoft still hanging with 32-bit processors... microsoft, I know u've got some brains...so use it....
this mobile specs r crap nd outdated ...if MS isnt gonna do something about its price then it's a failed device already ... nobody's gonna pay more than $250 for this crap
thenerd, 02 Jan 2015You missed the point of him wanting to do more with his phone and not be limited to the apps t... moreWhy use the Lumia 520 as example for windows phone? Compare s4 with a WP closer to it.
Anonymous, 01 Jan 2015I'm waiting for Lumia 630/730 successor. :) Phablets are not for me.are you serious successor for 730 its a new device
Anonymous, 02 Jan 2015I wonder what you really do on your phone, seriously? Making high budget Hollywood films? I ow... moreYou missed the point of him wanting to do more with his phone and not be limited to the apps that are prescribed by a platform for that particular phone. There are certain apps that I cannot run smoothly on Lumia 520 that run with no glitches on my S4, thus the need for a more powerful hardware on the Lumia side.
AnonD-347388, 01 Jan 2015Snapdragon 400???ftw???.....my lumia 730 can't even handle Hill climb racing on that... Grow u... morereally! I have played all the games on lumia 720 !! and u complaining about 730 !!
Please, enough with the fully plastic covers. One reason I didn't buy the 535 is because of its design. In my opinion, they should use the aluminum side chassis in most of their products, like in the 930 and 830.
Adi, 01 Jan 2015Why everyone thinks, that Lumias doesn't need RAM or processing power? Desktop Windows7/8 also... moreI wonder what you really do on your phone, seriously? Making high budget Hollywood films? I own an HTC One X which has 1 GB of RAM (and of course the notorious Tegra 3 chipset) and I barely have experienced lags even with its stock firmware. If the software is well optimized, they don't usually use high resources. No need of having that huge amount of RAM's on phones. No 8-core CPUs. No QHD displays. Then people come here whinning about their low battery life. And you want more every year, changing the phone even though you don't need a new one, deceiving yourself that you'll use that much resource. Shame. It's just a waste of money every year people do. Capitalism at its best. You don't need it but you still feel like buying it. Of course your money is none of my business but think a bit at least.
Waiting desperately for 6.25" Lumia 1530, successor for Lumia 1520.
It has 25MP for the Main Camera and 15MP for the Front Facing camera.
Equipped with 4GB RAM and the latest Quad-Core 2.7GHz Snapdragon 805 and internal memory of 64GB and Micro-SD expansion up to 128 GB.
1. 5mp selfie
2. 14mp Pureview - Floating Lens OIS, Oversampling,Best Night mode, Vibration Free 1080p Video Capturing, CD Quality Pureview Sound Recording system, better any high end smartphone.
3. OLED Display - Black is pure black. High Contrast Screen, great for under sunlight.
4. LTE-Advanced Connectivity.
Iphone with 1Gb ram is priced @ up to USD 849.
This Lumia if priced at a fraction say USD 300 is still a Crazy Buy.
Given the Smoothness and Effective Programming of Lumia...1Gb ram is more than enough to play all High Graphic Game from XBOX, with some other multitasking running in the background.
Charley, 01 Jan 2015My understanding was that Windows Phone 8.1 had no support for the 64-bit SoCs. I could be w... moreIf so, they'd better hurry with 64bit support for Windows Phone 10. Otherwise Windows Phone will become only a good choice in lower/low-mid range region.. They need to put out a good highend one as well imho.
Renns, 01 Jan 2015O my god, again the freakin Snapdragon 400? Stop overusing that only-average SOC in like 90% o... moreMy understanding was that Windows Phone 8.1 had no support for the 64-bit SoCs. I could be wrong, but if so, that's just embarrassing.