AnonD-375568, 28 May 2015Bigger model has less core ? 5.2" hexa core 5.7" octa core The 5.2" model ... moreHexa means 6. Octa means 8. To sum up, the bigger one has 2 cores extra when compared to the 5.2" phone.
mas39, 28 May 20155.7" is too small, should have been at least 6.5" and I would have thought about it,... moreSorry not many will put a 6.5 in their pocket. NOKIA/MS already did do a 6 inch that was Lumia 1520. 5.7 inch is perfect. Too many big 6 inch, thats a tablet not a phablet.
Bigger model has less core ?
5.2" hexa core
5.7" octa core
The 5.2" model at least will use a hexa-core processor, most likely a Snapdragon 808 like the LG G4. The big 5.7" model will pack an octa-core, probably a Snapdragon 810.
moo, 28 May 2015I just think "meh" another standard 20mp camera, people go on about the Lumia phones... moreYou dont know jack. Pureview flagship is coming 2016. H1 2016. Read info from Windows Central before you rant. Megapixel does not equal quality always. These Lumia 940/XL will be the worlds advanced camera technology by Nokia pureview team at Microsoft.
AnonD-119121, 28 May 2015940XL could have been my next phone but no card slot.... Then no never ever.... I don't like s... moreThe next Lumia 940XL will have removable battery because its designed like 830 and it will include microsd card slot. If you read properly and go to a realiable source WindowsCentral!
I just think "meh" another standard 20mp camera, people go on about the Lumia phones like they're Nokia and have the most amazing cameras. Like no, ever since the change to Windows Phone and especially Microsoft buying them, their cameras have standard stagnant. Android has caught up and overtaken them and Microsoft producing another 1/2.5 20mp camera isn't good enough.
I have to wonder if the people who cared about the camera have left since Microsoft bought them. In 2013 or whatever, what they were doing was ahead of the curve, now they're behind.
940XL could have been my next phone but no card slot.... Then no never ever.... I don't like smart phone without removable battery and no card slot
5.7" is too small, should have been at least 6.5" and I would have thought about it, but for now my Sony Xperia Z Ultra reigns supreme!
Great to see this.