Guys Nokia Black is avaiable for download..go make your fone even more awesome. i just installed lumia black on my lumia 1020..fone has become very snappy and smooth. camera has become gr8, no yellow tint anymore. i got more space of abt 2gb after update. glance screen with notification is nice, and surpise now we have folder options now put all yr fav apps in a folder. many more changes. update now.. for now lumia black is only for 1020 and 925
As of today, I finally have the Black update. I just installed it. The official Black update is globally rolling out for the 1020 and 925.
Does anyone know about lumia 1820? Whether it is fake or there is really some handset to be unvield in mwc2014? All websites say it will be successor of lumia 1020 with bigger processor,screen and battery and with lytro style camera. Does anyone have any idea how much truth lies in these sites? If nokia is really planning to release any such device then i think we should wait for it.
ITS NICE and if somewone sends you an picture via bluethooth, you can find it from gallery but about storage i dont know.. ITS SO NICEEE
summit, 07 Jan 2014Overpriced over-rated.. Mid range specs.. Just pure Fancy camera.. Agreed
I got a picture from my friend via Bluetooth but i do not know where it was stored
hey friends, can we send the files like songs, pics, videos thru Bluetooth in 1020 ?? & is it true that now we can save & resend the videos we receive thru whatsapp ??
ik, 04 Jan 2014The phone battery suck, fully charge can only use for half a day, anybody facing this problem?I'm, also having the same problem
Anonymous, 06 Jan 2014hello users, has the issue of whatsapp of saving & resending the whatsapp videos has fixed ??yes now u can save videos and send them as well.loving my lumia 1020 :)
hello users, has the issue of whatsapp of saving & resending the whatsapp videos has fixed ??
Taking time to choose between this and z1.
The lacking of sd card slot is being the driving force in inducing me to go for z1.
becool79, 05 Jan 2014Bro my battery back up is 2 days with medium use. Check background apps wic r active.i have 7... moreyeah same here, or even more than 2 days. It lasted for 1,5 days with very heavy usage what I onced tried out. Battery is really good. But the Lumia 1520 is really really really good it's the best of all in batterylife endurance. Lumia 1020, very good as well.
Bro my battery back up is 2 days with medium use. Check background apps wic r active.i have 7 apps active glance screen active with wallpapers and double tap to wake up.
Very good article on DPReview including the 1020, iPhone, a film camera and a bunch of DSLRs.
"When I first saw the images from the Nokia Lumia 1020, I did a double take. Clear and crisp, lots of detail and super strong colors that you’ll either love or wince at. I loved them. And did I mention the detail? After years of seeing bigger cameras perform better, I couldn’t believe that a tiny plastic and glass Zeiss lens could resolve so much from the center to the edge of the image. It was close to the Nikon D800. I was stunned. I’ll list the shortcomings of the Nokia below, but first, some more stand-out results."
"Gun to head … time to come up with a number. How many years are smartphones behind the best $2,000 DSLRs? Comparing detail resolved, I'll say the iPhone 5S currently sits 8-9 years behind the DLSRs in bright light, while the Nokia trails by less than 6 years — probably nearer to 3. This is even when you allow the DSLRs the luxury of a $1,700 lens, and shooting in raw. In bright light, the Nokia came close to competing with the detail from the best DLSR yet made.
Step into candlelight, and the gap between phones and DSLRs widens and becomes more a matter of taste, pivoting around your preferred tradeoff between speckly noise and smeary noise reduction. From our ad-hoc panel of 15 non-photographers, the iPhone trails the DSLRs by about 10 years, and the Nokia about 8.
Splitting the difference between candlelight and daylight, around 6 years of technology has made up for the massive difference in the size of the lenses and sensors between the best phone and the $2,000 DSLRs."