AnonD-249778, 03 Apr 2014Guys 1020 or 930 ?Simple decision really.
1020's advantage : Camera, with Xenon flash.
930's advantage : Everything else.
The best Lumia till date. Perfect size, mindblowing camera, snappdragon 800.....
AnonD-180271, 03 Apr 2014Quality phone but sad to see that no soft keys, no SD card and small battery.
Why hard key... moreHard Keys v Soft Keys is a personal preference.
I think soft keys are an awful idea, personally.
AnonD-249778, 03 Apr 2014Guys 1020 or 930 ?930 definitely the more sensible and more powerful option. The camera hump is a no-no for me personally and 20MP is definitely more than adequate for taking good quality photos.
ANOTHER same looking nokia, another same looking iphone, another same looking samsung, and so on, I have a note 3 having lost interest in the galaxy s series and love it but i just think that mobile phone design has peaked and nothing really interests me as much now, i wish for something drastic and exciting.....
Quality phone but sad to see that no soft keys, no SD card and small battery.
Why hard keys when 8.1 can support soft keys.
SD card is a must especially when WP 8.1 can support upto 128GB. Intl versions of any phone should have SD card support.
It's a rich screen and I think 3000+ mAh battery is a must. Tired of charging phone very night and in 2014 i expect a bigger battery in a 5 inch phone.
Not happy as I wanted to move to WP but will have to wait till the end of 2014 for a better phone. I hope Lumia 1820 is a reality and will have these missing features :)
MdN8, 03 Apr 2014Windows Mobile and Windows Phone are entirely different things. Nothing in common except the &... moreI see what you did there.
You start by mixing up the facts and projecting all the mishaps of Windows Phone like they where of Android.
When someone finally comes out to defend sanity (that despite what history says, just because Windows Phone has always been failure it doesn't mean it will always be a failure) you come out and hyperventilate your own nonsense (once again) projecting your own mistakes like they were of someone else.
Life is though, that is the history and those are the facts. Don't like, thought luck! Live with it.
AWESOME!!! a proper successor to the 920, and those colors!!
32GB has never been a problem with either my 920 or 1020. 8GB is a problem on my 520
Now, will AT&T carrry it?
FromChinaWithLove, 02 Apr 2014Not a t-mobile phone? Or t-mobile not getting this one like verizon got icon? What the hell t-... moreT-Mobile isn't reuping with Nookia at all. Just as well. T-Mobile has the worst longevity support.
Anonym, 03 Apr 2014I get what you say, although you clearly mistyped things, since it's Windows Mobile (now Windo... moreWindows Mobile and Windows Phone are entirely different things. Nothing in common except the "Windows" name. Perhaps you should - I don't know - look at them? You just sound desperate to prove your point by throwing random words around. Don't worry, nobody is taking your spydroid from you. NSA thanks you for cooperation (and yes, Microsoft gives them data on request too but also sends them a bill, while Google just hands it over for free - I guess that's the price they pay for getting away with all the illegal "full movie" and "full album" stuff on YouTube).
Meanwhile, checked some websites and forums and quite a few people are saying that this is the most beautiful phone they've seen, and that they are now seriously considering WP. Well done Nokia.
Vincenr, 02 Apr 2014Without a MicroSD card option this is a NO GO for me. I like Nokia Lumia ICON, waited for inte... moreI'm sure they did, when they enabled RAW Format on the 41mp Lumia 1020.
photographers don't leave photos on their cameras. 32 GB is plenty of space, especially with OneDrive syncing at original quality.
KCs, 03 Apr 2014...and don't forget, data stealing, occasional reboots, forced closing and Forced Restarts! Hooray!in your dreams
M and M, 03 Apr 2014I am not talking about 10 years go, I am talking about two current phones with the latest soft... moreI get what you say, although you clearly mistyped things, since it's Windows Mobile (now Windows Phone) that has been out for over 10 years (it released in 2000) while Android only entered the market in 2008.
Still I wouldn't rule out just yet the system has proved again and again to be a failure for over 10 years (like you have), Windows Phone still has some promise in it, although it is true that is being beaten by long margin by the much (MUCH) younger Android.
livyatan, 02 Apr 2014Sorry but this is easily beaten by Galaxy S5 It may have a far prettier look and premium m... more...and don't forget, data stealing, occasional reboots, forced closing and Forced Restarts! Hooray!
Finally, smaller weight, smaller bezels. Just a little more and I'll be interested.
Anonym, 03 Apr 2014Compare the Lumia 520 against the top end feature phones of (now) long gone years and it will ... moreI am not talking about 10 years go, I am talking about two current phones with the latest software. To do the same things Android needs 2x more ram or more CPU power. Nothing runs on unicorns for sure, but some people sure do see them when they see android as the ultimate system when in fact it's just a pile of junk, a system which after almost 10 years of frenetic developments still has severe bugs with every new release. Why? Because it's free and everyone can mess with it and this is a huge issue, not an advantage.
M and M, 03 Apr 2014Hahaha, all the Android fans giving specs, that's pathetic :P Windows phone is a lot more effi... moreYeah, why care for specs when you have something magical, an alien technology which runs by the power of rainbows and unicorns... unlike those mundane things that run by CPU power, GPU power, amount of RAM, battery capacity and things of the sorts...
M and M, 03 Apr 2014Do you even know what you are talking about? Have you ever used a windows phone to make this p... moreCompare the Lumia 520 against the top end feature phones of (now) long gone years and it will loose in every single test of yours by leaps and bounds.
One would feel enticed to say "the dumber the phone the faster it will perform in those tests".