AnonD-133243, 10 May 2013agree!I guess if you opened this device you'll see a huge empty space
yet to understand why on earth nokia will make a 32gb internal memory non expandable. and non removable battery at this age.
1080p instead of 720p!
440ppi instead of 332!
Gorilla glass 3 instead of GG2!
2GB ram instead of 1!
64GB MSDcard instead of nothing!
4.0 bluetooth instead of 3.0
13/12MP camera instead of 8!
Qualcomm APQ8064T Snapdragon 600 Instead of Qualcomm MSM8960 Snapdragon
And for the battery it should be at least 4000mAh with that thickness
Nokia users derives more than this
It can't be a flagship if it's coming from the past -.-
i can see many people in here still dreaming about Nokia's innovations at...
41mpx with android
pureview with android
durability with android
puremotionHD with android and bla bla bka bla.....
1. Is android stable for pureview, puremotionhd and 41mpx of Nokia???
2. Is it match to create a phone in really great innovations of nokia with 'copycat' cheap OS???
what a living in a cave...
i cant really imagine how could it be
What about sensor size? it's not mentioned, but by doing my own math, 3264x2448 at 1.4um pixel size hints at 1/3.2". Maybe it will turn out to be 1/3", by assuming that inter-pixel space was not counted. This may be in line with current spartphones, but frankly disappointing for a top imaging phone. I would have hoped for about double that size, e.g. 1/1.83" as on the N8, but obviously it wouldn't have fitted in such a relatively slim case. Still, happy to see Xenon flash and OIS combined.
My hopes are now for the Catwalk and/or possibly the EOS to be announced on 14 May.
For me, this phone is not yet cut enough to be an upgrade to the Lumia 920
Austin, 10 May 2013@Nokia, many customers, especially from 2nd world countries, want FM Radio. I had Radio on my ... moreI'm from a 3rd Word country I know we like to listen to radio a lot but you know you can use tunein App for that right? I'm using it right now on my 920
Anonymous, 10 May 2013Nokia, a flagship can't have 8MP when high spec Chinese phones are at 13MP now.who's stopping you from buying that, I'm not saying anything new now but, the number of MP is not the most important thing on a camera...I have an old nikon coolpix with "just" 5mp and a sensor with the same size as an N8 but takes better pictures than any phone evermade, except my 808:). Don't get fooled in believing marketing...
this is a shit
make this phone:
41mp camera (like 808)+ led an xenon flash
fm radio + fm transmitter
and all of those with androind OS
yazipk, 10 May 2013So, If Nokia adopt ANDROID OS, Again nokia will be on top... Butttttttttttttt. If nokia die better that go to android.
Ian, 10 May 2013I dont mind Nokia if they will not use any quad core..as long as their os runs smooth in dual ... morethe OS is ok with single core and 256mb ram too, but just think about apps and hd games, more chip power, better games:)
Nokia fail, AGAIN., 09 May 2013Are this iPhone 5S and Samsung Galaxy s4 "killing"???.NO!!. :'(The IP5S will be a tweak "S"ie Small changes
I do LOVE Nokia and prefer the 820 to the 920
Again the 928 is an "IPHONE" NO EXPANSION, NO BATTERY
if there is a 828 that will be better
Nokia really need to up its game and not invest in a Nokia VERSION "IPHONE"
WINDOWS 8 added the ability of microSD so use it
@Nokia, many customers, especially from 2nd world countries, want FM Radio. I had Radio on my old 5800 and N73, 6230...
Anonymous, 09 May 2013Nokia, if you wanna be bankrupt and bought by microsoft, keep this way. If you want the crown ... moreAndroid do not have the stable version of OS. And allow customization which might lead to security problem because most of the companies are customizing the Android OS to suit their hardware and even it takes ur location without your concern. Most of the time OS crashes and even the app does so. And i think Nokia wl never go for Android.