Sunday, June 10, 2012

Attractive features of the new Nokia Lumia

Nokia phones, and in general feature phones, are the biggest-selling chunk of the world mobile market. Nokia retained its title as the world's biggest mobile phone vendor in both the fourth quarter and the whole of 2011, according to preliminary figures from research company, which puts Samsung and Apple second and third behind it. World handset market hits slow growth patch as smartphones compete for attention with feature phones and Apple reaps huge revenues. In a desperate move to reclaim its share in a key market where Android handsets have begun to dominate, Nokia brought the first of several Lumia smartphones to the world. The Nokia Lumia mobile phones are Windows based mobile phone which includes Lumia 800 and Lumia 710. Two more devices Lumia 900 and Lumia 610 are soon going to join the portfolio. Lets see how the two are faring in the market.Its been a while and now we really have some reviews on both of these phone. First the Nokia Lumia 800 review. The Nokia Lumia 800 shares its exterior styling with the previously substantially less hyped Nokia N9, a MeeGo - based smartphone, although the screen size is to 3.7 inches (800 x 480 pixels) to conform to the Windows Phone spec list. The CPU, however, increases from the 1GHz ARM Cortex-A8 to the 1.4GHz MSM8255 Snapdragon/Scorpion which certainly helps add snap to the Windows Phone Mango operating system. The physical appearance of the Nokia Lumia 800 is a dream to observe and handle, with its smooth curves fitting snugly to the hand both with and without the protective case provided in the purchase packaging. According to the Nokia Lumia 800 review, consumers have been complaining about its low battery life. Charge lasting no more than a day, here comes good news for Nokia Lumia 800 users. Nokia has now announced a new software update for the Nokia Lumia 800, which will help bring improvements in battery life.Now lets have a look on Nokia Lumia 710 review. The Lumia 710 has an entirely different look from the Lumia 800. Less straight-edged, more rounded and curved, the new Nokia is slightly thicker and has a glossy white plastic body. It also comes with several different colored backs so you can change your phone to match how you feel that day. The shape makes the handset fit nicely in your hands, and the weight has been commendably well controlled. The 800 x 480 pixel 3.7-inch screen has good (but not amazing) color accuracy and it's bright enough to be easily legible outdoors. In addition to the Microsoft apps and the ones available in Marketplace, Nokia has included three of its own: Nokia Maps , Nokia Drive and Nokia Music. Even though the 710 is lower in range than the 800, it has the exact same insides (processor and RAM). That makes navigation nice and smooth, rarely ever getting stuck. For more details on Nokia Lumia 710 review, you can log on to different review sites.

Ditulis Oleh : SeanAlan Fernandz // 4:56 AM


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