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However as time went on the things I was playing on the go seemingly became less original and I felt that every new app I tried... Read more →
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I find it hilarious, and interesting for a few reasons
It shows pretty well no Windows Phone features. It is a straight up attack style ad. It actually shows features on other platforms that Windows phones lack. Easy NFC sharing? An assistant like Siri? You get none of that. Only 2 people at a wedding with over 100 guests have windows phones (Oh how... Read more →
With the release of Windows 8 coming closer every day, we are seeing the first phones that are going to usher in this new platform. The big three that come to mind are the Nokia Lumia 920, the Samsung ATIV S and the newly announced HTC 8X
Comparison is here:
My personal favourite going into the launch will be the Nokia Lumia 920. It is fresh and is trying to differentiate itself from... Read more →
as of Aug.29. 2012
Sony Xperia T 5675 Highest
Sony Xperia V 6047
Sony Xperia TX 5793
Samsung Galaxy S II I5365
Meizu MX 4-core 5170
HTC One X (Tegra 3) 4842
LG Optimus 4X HD 4814
Motorola Atrix HD 4178
from GSM Arena "The Krait cores helped the three new Xperias pass the BenchmarkPi with flying colors - none of the quad-core smartphones currently on the market could... Read more →
First up was the Lumia 920 which is the latest iteration of the Lumia 900. Nokia didn’t hold back on this phone, not only including their PureView camera technology but also their new display technology called PureMotion HD+ . While the Lumia 920 doesn’t have the same megapixel count as the 808 (8.7 vs 41) Nokia made it clear that PureView is not about... Read more →
- Windows Phone 8 and Windows 8 will be share some core architecture
- Multi-core processor support
- Display scaling is coming to Windows Phone with support for 720p and WXGA displays
- Removable microSD support
- IE10 will be on Phone 8 and will support the same rendering engine that the desktop version
- Native code development
- Native NFC Support
- The "Most Complete\..."
Take a look around a restaurant or a store, and you will see a significant percentage of the people there with their eyes glued to their phones. Are they dialing a number or checking their... Read more →