September 4th 2012 8:15 am

Heads up! A newer version of this product is out!


by TgD

What do you think of the windows phone wedding ad?
This advertisement has getting a lot of play on primetime tv. If you haven't seen it you can find it here:
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 →

by sirsql

What is the deal with the carrier restrictions?
I was seriously considering purchasing a Nokia Lumia 920 off contract and then taking it over to T-Mobile. I figured this would be nice and easy as Nokia show all the specs for the phone and state that it handles the GSM bands and HSPA+ that TMO US uses (in fact the GDGT specs page shows the AWS bands that are critical). My understanding however is that the phone itself is locked to AT&T and that it also has had the other bands removed so that it can truly only be fully utilized on the... Read more →

by daninbusiness

This is a tempting device...but I have a bunch of reservations - any good reasons why I should just go for it?
Currently using a HTC Titan as my daily driver (I got it for free in the smoked by windows phone promo earlier this year). I also have an iPhone 4 (it got dropped a few too many times and its power button is flaky; I'm still using it around the house for games and as a remote for my HTPC).
I'm due for an upgrade on AT&T anytime now. At $99, the Lumia is a lot of phone for the money.
Anyway - in using the HTC Titan, I'm having a lot of love/hate moments with Windows Phone. Will briefly list... Read more →

by TgD

Flagship Windows 8 Phones are coming. Which is your favourite?
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 →

by cooool

Xperia T, V, TX benchmarks beats almost all of the best phones on the market including Quads
Results, Quadrant, Higher is better. Source
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 →

by marc

Is the Lumia 920's PureView camera the best cellphone camera ever made?
It's tempting to sneer at Nokia's use of the "PureView" classification to describe the imaging technology used in the new Lumia 920 phone. Afterall, most people have come to associate the term with the PureView 808 and its 41-megapixel camera. But PureView is Nokia's branding, and they're using it to describe all of their next-gen imaging technology. And based on what I saw today at Nokia's launch event, I'd say that the term applies to the camera on the Lumia 920.... Read more →

by frankspin

Introducing the Lumia 920 and Lumia 820, do Microsoft and Nokia have a winner?
Nokia took to the stage today to show the two newest members to the Lumia family.
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 →