its good lumia 920 topped the chart in gsmarena....and by this massive income 920 providing to gsmarena....good for both......
AnonD-63956, 11 Sep 2012Every single word was typed by my very own hands on my very own (office) lappy :Dthats good!
iSJ5, 11 Sep 2012wow! record breaking! the longest post in gsmarena history! did you write it manualy or you ju... moreEvery single word was typed by my very own hands on my very own (office) lappy :D
AnonD-63956, 11 Sep 2012I think Lumia 920 will sell in good numbers and it should!
However, i doubt it would kill the... morewow! record breaking! the longest post in gsmarena history! did you write it manualy or you just copy-paste it? If you only copy-paste it, can you give us your source! lol!
just answer me and deffend yor statement with proper values!
I think Lumia 920 will sell in good numbers and it should!
However, i doubt it would kill the android/iOS. Also, calling wp8 crap or Lumia a dead phone is also quite baseless!
I think Nokia and WP would be a happy lot if they could be @10% market share by the end of 2013.
What goes with the Lumia:-
Amazing n different design (mostly people like it) - Now people can argue it looks like the n9 or lumia800 but guys think about it ... Lumia is still not a very popular phone and one of its positives has been the looks so why fiddle with it? (I can hardly see any difference in the looks of the s3 n note2...also if the leaks are correct new iphone looks ... meh!)
Signal strength, built quality of Nokia - Now the phone has not yet been released but this assumption is purely based on the past of Nokia. If i were to buy an android, i'd rather buy an HTC/Moto than samsung.
Chk this out
Better Battery - Though people can argue that AtivS has a bigger battery but my observation has been that Nokia batteries generally perform better and are long lasting. Its just not about the mAH reading but how to use it. (Ever seen two 1.5L engines producing different power/torque outputs coz of better use of technology). However, again this is an assumption and the real results would only be known when the phone is launched.
Not getting in the other details like the amazing screen, camera etc.
What goes against it:
Hmm.. no memory card slot - Well can be very important for many people but even the iphone was launched with a 16GB? version..This has 32GB + 7GB free on skydrive. For most of the users it should be enough.
Dual Core n 1GB Ram - Sadly people look more at numbers that the real performance. Lumia 800 was excellent when I used it on single core and 512mb ram. Its not a computer!
Less Apps - Agreed. But earlier due to the lack of multiple core support it was a major problem but now it should not be. Also, again number wise market place
has much less app but i think what matters is the number if USEFUL apps.
WP8- Most people seem to hate it for n number of reasons. What I loved about WP8 specially was the integration of social media in it. No need for an app. Check this out
Its a different OS with different capabilities!
Having said all of this, a lot depends on how the phone actually performs when its launched.
Also, it pretty hypocritical when people bad mouth WP8 for less options and crib when nokia offers the phone in different colors!
If you don't like a color don't buy it but speak for yourself only. By posting Statemnts like "Who would want that yellow color" you only make a fool out of yourself.
I for one would buy that color in absence of the Blue.
Also, its pretty sad reading comments like all wp8 has is a copy of android features. I think its called evolution. You learn, improve, implement. There are many features that age old mobiles have had which android also has. Its BS to call it a copy.
Last but not the least, GSM arena is a great forum and people actually visit this to get help in deciding what to buy. Let's make valid comments so that it would further improve the quality of this forum!
At the end of the day people would buy what they like but why say no to having more choice?
I am almost certain to buy a 920 unless there is something really wrong with the phone or the price is outrageous!
NACOOL, 11 Sep 2012is ther any data transfer thru blutooth.......
........plz ans me soon...?Windows Phone 8 allows applications to use Bluetooth to send data. We just don't know for certain whether there is an official Explorer app that allows you to send files through Bluetooth.
I personally hope that Microsoft was smart enough to include file transfer through Bluetooth.
so close with Xperia acro s, but camera still using 8 MP, overall it good enough.
Windows Phone 8?? theres no windows 8 for phone or tablet... its Windows RT
vito, 11 Sep 2012VERY heavy and very big and nothing new. Nokia is at the end of the story,nothing will help nowDefine "new" please! :)
sohailravat, 11 Sep 2012What is wireless charging Please some one can explain it's simple...you don't need to connect your phone to anything.Just put it near the loading device...that's all
VERY heavy and very big and nothing new.
Nokia is at the end of the story,nothing will help now
AnonD-20461, 11 Sep 2012i think nokia must compare pureview quality with the others which have same feature support as... morethats handicapping the camera...why compare widout it when the technology is for the camera...nokia and scaladao ve wrked hard and they ve developed the tech for to be used in camera...innovate and have an edge over others...this way u can prove everything right or wrong as u wish.e.g.rip android of its third party apps...it is no way ergonomical than the ageing symbian or a berry!
freddie krugger, 11 Sep 2012if only nokia follow the path of Android, they can even beat SAMSUNG or LG, and become the mai... moreThe question is why. Why on earth Nokia should adopt Android to succeed?
Adopting android means one more sheep into a huge crowd. Nokia needs something to stand out of crowd (rather cheap crowd). I don't claim that WP8 will be a success. BUT still Nokia needs a change to stand out of crowd.
Let's wait and see what WP8 brings to Nokia. After all it has got a huge huge back from Microsoft too with a heavy marketing from two ends, Microsoft and Nokia.
Do you think Google market Android as much? No, because it is free open source.