I am disappointed. I thought it would be some really appealing device but it's the last year old tech. They could have used S801. It's the same as Icon. No difference at all. Really didn't like the move Nokia. I don't think it will sell well.
At least nokia puts the buttons where they should be: CAPACITIVE, outside of the f***** screen.
Can sobebody explain me what's the deal with those horrible screen-space-stealing on screen buttons?
AndroidFanBoy London, 02 Apr 2014Its time i move from Android to Windows Phone i think!Thanks, but not thanks.
Not only that are way fewer phones to choose from, Microsoft has been shoving that tiles concept down everyone's throats (no opt-out!) and I just plain hate those tiles.
Started hating them when I tried Windows 8 in my PC for the first time, now I just plainly refuse anything which may remotely send the message to Microsoft that "tiles are doing ok".
At least in Android you can choose whatever interface you want, with or without tiles even.
That settles the argument for me, Microsoft should really consider lifting the ban on changing the WP interface.
I love new smartphones, new technological innovations and Lumia 930 has got it all. I love it. #Lumia930 vs #Lumia1520 @khosi4v
Without a MicroSD card option this is a NO GO for me. I like Nokia Lumia ICON, waited for international version and now it is disappointing with NO MicroSD option.
Did Nokia consider what the image sizes would be with a 20MP camera and also having a RAW image mode (DNG format)
AndroidFanBoy London, 02 Apr 2014Its time i move from Android to Windows Phone i think!respect!))
DerAstar, 02 Apr 2014i`d move too but it less customizible and have not many apps as android has, android is just s... moreAs an owner of a lumia 920 and a galaxy note 10.1, I would say WP is simpler and easier, the ui is not hard at all.
Don't get me wrong, android is awesome and it will always be my default choice for tablets where u want flexibility and powerful multitasking but I still find it too complex for a phone where u want everything quickly and easily. Many tasks on android needs lots of steps while on Windows Phone,tasks r done by one or two steps at most. As for customization, I think the wp8.1 update has offered enough for this part
just sexy. is not a flagship, is dedicated to mid-range users. perfect to upgrade my 920
So traditionally a step behind the competition that is now using Snapsragons 801s.
Anonymous, 02 Apr 2014"The Nokia Lumia 930 is expected to roll out globally in June starting with Europe, Asia... moreThought the Middle East was considered to be a separate area nowadays called the Middle East. Still, it's a portion of the Middle East that falls under Asia. Egypt, Morocco, Libya, Algeria, all come under North Africa. India, I'd agree. That does count as Asia.
5 inch... You got to be kiddin me.
This makes 1020 or 925 more attractive now in size or the price even more.
"The Nokia Lumia 930 is expected to roll out globally in June
starting with Europe, Asia, Middle East and India."
in case you hadn't notice, Middle East and India are part of Asia too.
AndroidFanBoy London, 02 Apr 2014Its time i move from Android to Windows Phone i think!i`d move too but it less customizible and have not many apps as android has, android is just simple, WP UI looks hard and idk its not pleasure to use i think, btw i like that Lumia xD unrivalable camera as always xD
Its time i move from Android to Windows Phone i think!
trinkner, 02 Apr 2014I don't see how this can be called a "flagship" when it's missing features of other ... moreNow that's what I call a true flagship by all means except ofcourse for that non-expandable storage. And those dimensions, aaah, that slick height ( HTC M8! are u watching?!). its really on my top wishlist. everything is perfect, not to mention that brilliant Nokia OIS. My only concern is lack of dust and water resistance, that's not saying its a bad phone, but these features would have definitely set it head to head with Sony Xperia Z2 and Samsung Galaxy S5