MdN, 11 Sep 2012Isn't that the sutofocus light, not the flash light?where was the light from ?
of course it was from LED Flash
MdN, 11 Sep 2012Isn't that the sutofocus light, not the flash light?yes Lumia auto focus light was ON
but the others didnt turn ON their autofocus light
i gave you those videos
i doubt you watch the videos
you always try to answer my comments with your feeling without watch the videos
you are blind
those videos tell about the qualities
the facts prove that not me
very useless if you bash me where the videos tell the truth
your feeling about pureview technology is too over
about the technology, sony come first with their exmor R, sony named it "EXMOR", nokia named it "PUREVIEW"
i know your feeling about the technology, you can have the technology recently
how about the quality ? you can find it in the videos
in the video, you can see a light like led flash (or whatever its name) when it captured an object in a dark room then nokia compared the result with the others which captured the object without led flash or whatever its name, that is not fair
but if you see what old exmor done in the video below, exmor didnt need any flash to see object
how about if exmor use any lights or what ever its name like lumia did, the result is much better than lumia
to iSJ5..seems like you are in shock or you're deaf and dumb....have you not watched the videos? Nokia isn't same like your dumb featureless iphone or android.
but there is no fm radio and even not fm transmitter...really disappointent
Lumia 920 vs Galaxy S3
Call quality - Nokia, pretty sure
Signal reception - Nokia, same as above
Build quality - Nokia
Design - Nokia
Camera - Nokia, Pureview with Optical Image Stabilization and best for low light shots.
Screen - Nokia, PureMotion HD+ is the most fluid, brightest, and the best for viewing outdoor with ClearBlack polarizer layer technology.
Audio recording - Nokia, HAAC Rich Recording with 3 distortion free high amplitude microphones.
Music quality through headphone jack - Leaning toward Samsung
Design of the phone is interesting, as well as its features. Wireless charging looks interesting, with a variety of accessories. I like the standing charge base, I can see many uses for that (eg. alarm clock, second monitor, video chat). Definitely going to get either the Lumia 920/820, both are good and appeals to some users who would either have the internal/removable storage. I will make my decision when I see them both in store and weight their values in terms of price range + accessories. Lumia 920 has built-in wireless charging so I just need the charger. The Lumia 820 requires a changeable backcase with wireless charging capabilities + charger + micro sd card. You all decide its a easy decision.
its a beauty,ill definately buy this champ.i hv dn saving 4 this one so lets go nokia the killer
iSJ5, 11 Sep 2012wireless charging? is this mean you can charge your phone via bluetooth or thansfer battery po... moreit does do wireless charging using a charging pad. you are not connecting the phone on any wire so it is "wireless"
HD 1080P recording
1 GB RAM
THAT'S A MACHINE!
iSJ5, 11 Sep 2012wireless charging? is this mean you can charge your phone via bluetooth or thansfer battery po... moreNo, it means just that - wireless charging. How hard is it to read it right here on GSMArena?
Nokia is back.. daily interest 91% on gsmarena after a whole lot of time, currently no1 . go for it Nokia!
From someone who absolutely hated what Nokia phones stood for the lumia range with windows have totally converted me. The lumia 900 is amazing and that's comparing to my other two phones the Samsung 3 which I will replace with the lumia 920 and the iPhone 4s well that has been in my office drawer for a very long completely boring and outdated. the mid range lumia 820'which is a mid range phone also and that also seems great.