During todays BlackBerry 10 launch conference of RIM (BlackBerry freshly renamed, simply as that) has presented its new flaship: BlackBerry Z10. Supposed to restart the company, the Z10 looks like a phone that put weight on the new features of the OS.
BlackBerry Z10 has a 4.2 inch LCD screen with a resolution of 1280 x 768 pixels and a rate of 356 ppi. It is equipped with a dual-core processor clocked at 1.5 Ghz, 2 GB of RAM and 16 GB of storage expandable via micro SD. The Z10 have an 8 Megapixels rear camera, and a frontal 2 MP camera, Bluetooth 4.0, a 4G chip and NFC. As expected, BB10 focuses on social action and allows you to make a swipe by finger of emails to Facebook through your messaging via BlackBerry HUB. Everything is managed by a virtual keyboard that allows you to write fast enough through a system similar to Swype, which writes the words predictively. Similarly, BB10 seems perfectly manage multi-task, as promised no latency.
BlackBerry Z10 will also allow you to share your content easily. RIM unveiled its function Screenshare Z10. Classic video system, it also allows to instantly share your desktop, in order to benefit your partner your photos or to your applications. Full of little features that will help the user in his daily life.
RIM introduced its smartphone filled with promise, therefore, that focuses more on the OS than on its hardware.
When Nokia released its TV spot showing off the image stabilization of the Lumia 920, it got into a bit of trouble because it turned out that the video wasn’t shot by a Lumia 920 at all.
Now that it’s on the market, some Lumia enthusiasts have taken it upon themselves to recreate the original ad, this time with the smartphone itself.
According to Nokia, the Lumia 920′s optical image stabilization is unparalleled in its ability to reduce shakiness and make your videos look smooth.
Here’s how the device performs in this real life :
And, in light of Nokia’s debacle, the guys have included a making-of video :
Today’s test involves keys, knives and mallets all these objects is targeting the new Nokia Lumia 920.
Here’s the video it self showing the thing in action :
Nokia’s official blog Conversations has posted an article detailing 10 things you might have missed about the Lumia 920.
Did you know that the camera decoration and side buttons are made out of zirconium? Or that the LED flash on the back is a higher-powered dual one? Hop after the break for more.
Unlike the rest of the Windows Phone smartphones (even those Beats flaunting ones) the Lumia 920 features a built-in equalizer with 18 presets and the option to customize your own. That’s something audiophiles with WP 8 affiliations will appreciate.
There’s a nifty feature, which lets you read or ignore text messages via your voice. All you need is to be connected to your car or additional Bluetooth headset.
There’s more over the link below.
Via : Nokia
Nokia’s latest powered Windows Phone 8 smartphones, are going to land on AT&T starting from this holiday season.
The AT&T Nokia Lumia 920 will be available in various colors including cyan, yellow, red, white and black. As far as we know, the cyan color was not part of the originally announced range of colors for the Lumia 920 so perhaps it will be exclusive to AT&T.
In the other hand, the Nokia Lumia 820 will only come in black, but you will be able to accessorize it with wireless charging battery covers in various colors.
Both phones will be exclusive to AT&T in the US and will become available in November. Pricing is yet to be announced.
Via : Nokia
The Nokia Lumia 920 gathers a bunch of new tech features. And to know what your Lumia 920 unpacks like features, Nokia has released some videos to help figure out what their flagship powered WP8 has. Which is Nokia did a good job of demonstrating them.
One of biggest important feature is the PureMotion HD+. It’s the successor of ClearBlack. The technology promises pixels that update more than twice faster than competing LCD’s.
The Nokia Lumia 920 hosts a bunch of new tech features. The easiest way to figure out what they are is to watch these videos from Nokia, which do a good job of demonstrating them.
One of those feature that the Lumia 920 gathering, is the PureView camera – which is unpacks an 8MP shooter with bright F/2.0 Carl Zeiss lens, image stabilization and “best in class” low-light performance. In Nokia’s own words: “It’s not about the number megapixels, but about how you use them”.
Other specs comes with the 4.5″ WXGA (768×1280) LCD screen that has something called “super sensitive touch”. We saw it demonstrated live and can detect touches even through thick gloves. It even worked with just you holding your car keys as an improvised stylus.