Nokia Lumia 920 Vs Apple iPhone 5 Vs Nokia Lumia 820: Can This Friday Windows Phone go up Against the iOS?

Well, Microsoft did finally unveil the Windows Phone 8 a couple of months ago, giving fresh hope to the former world leader in mobile phones, Nokia. And from what we’ve been hearing, Nokia has managed to make the headlines in a good way with its latest smartphones, the Lumia 920 and the Lumia 820. Now, we can’t quite compare OS to OS, because that would be an endless discussion, but we are pitting these two phones against the iPhone 5 to see if it does make for worthwhile competition to Apple’s bestselling smartphone. Nokia Lumia 820: The Lumia 820 is a more affordable Windows Phone 8 based smartphone. It has a 4.3-inch display with a 217 ppi resolution, which is a lot less than the other two contenders, but does a decent job in reproducing images nevertheless. Powered by a 1.5 GHz Snaprdragon processor and 1 GB of RAM, the [+more]

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Nokia Lumia 920 Vs Samsung Galaxy S4(Rumored) Vs Blackberry 10: The Superphone Battle Is On

The year has barely begun but it’s already promising to be full of surprises for the smartphone lovers. Windows Phone 8 came out just a couple of months ago, and the Nokia Lumia 920 is already garnering significant attention. However, our immediate focus is on RIM’s upcoming launch of their latest OS, the BlackBerry 10. Add to that the rumors about Samsung launching its new Galaxy S4 in the coming few months, and you can imagine why we’re so worked up! So we decided to compare these three phones to see which of these you need to watch out for in 2013: Nokia Lumia 920: We’re starting with the Lumia 920 since it’s already been launched and has been something of a face-saver for Nokia. With a 4.5-inch HD screen and a 331 ppi resolution, it’s a treat to view stuff on the Lumia 920. We have fallen head over [+more]

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Nokia Lumia 920 vs. Samsung Galaxy S3: Who’s got the Better Camera?

They’re both flagship smartphones – one was the former world leader in mobile phones, and the other being the current world leader. It’s no surprise then that comparisons between the Lumia 920 and Galaxy S3 would become the talk of the town. While we’ve already compared the two phones at a higher level, today we’re diving a little deeper to see which of these two phones has the better camera. The front-facing camera: This one’s relatively easier to compare, since we don’t really find much use of the front camera unless it’s for making video calls or clicking self shots. The Galaxy S3 has a better 1.9 MP camera when compared to the Lumia 920’s 1.3 MP offering. Fortunately, both cameras can capture video at 720p resolution at 30 fps, giving them equal points in this regards. The rear camera: Both phones have an 8 MP rear camera with autofocus [+more]

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TechThirsty Review: Nokia Lumia 920 Hits India

After not too long a wait, Nokia’s flagship Windows Phone 8-based smartphone Lumia 920 was finally unveiled at an event in India. And we’re not just excited about the OS – this Nokia Lumia 920 is loaded with tons of interesting features that we feel may be just what Nokia needs to get back up on the charts again. So, how did the Lumia 920 experience feel? First impression: It looks gorgeous, no doubt about that! Microsoft wanted phone makers to keep them looking colorful and quirky, and yes, Nokia’s lived up to this expectation. The Lumia 920 comes in bright colors with a glossy finish, giving it a high score in the looks section. It’s 4.5-inch PureMotion HD+ LCD display with ClearBlack technology makes for vivid reproduction of colors even when used outside under the sun. In fact, we must confess that its screen made for much better viewing [+more]

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Google Nexus 4 Vs Nokia Lumia 920 Vs HTC Driod DNA Vs iPhone5: Who Wins?

2012 was the year of technology without a doubt, and as we bring the curtain down on this year, we at TechThirsty have decided to do a round-up of the best phones that were brought out in the year. We’re looking at the top 5 phones that made the headlines, set the cash registers ringing, and drew a huge fan following. So here goes our list: Google Nexus 4: Google’s very own Android phone, the Nexus, saw its latest model being designed by LG. It features Android in its purest form, just the way Google wanted it to be, and it does look good. High on features like its predecessors, the Nexus 4 managed to grab quite a few eyeballs during its launch. Extremely affordable, we can’t help but forgive Googe and LG for not putting in the LTE connectivity feature in this phone. Nokia Lumia 920: 2012 was the [+more]

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Samsung Vs Nokia Vs Apple: Samsung Is A Conquering Hero In The Mobile Market

    It seems Nokia has some catching up to do in the fast emerging mobile market. As per the data revealed by a research firm, the Korean technology giant Samsung has outdone Nokia and has emerged as a top mobile brand of 2012. In the history of 14 years it is for tht first time that any mobile brand has dethroned Nokia as the top selling mobile brand, according to HIS iSuppli. Samsung has a 29% share in the cellphone shipments in 2012. From last year’s 24 percent the share has plummeted by 5% where Nokia share has dropped to 24 % from 30 %, HIS reported. Even Apple is lagging behind in the race of smatphone sales worldwide, Samsung has taken up 28 percent of the market, up from 20 percent in 2011, while Apple’s share will rise in 2012 to to 20 percent from 19 percent. “The [+more]

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Nokia Windows 8 Phone May Be Called Juggernuat

  A leaked image of windows phone 8 has been revealed. Nokia has still not officially announced the Windows 8 phone but a report by Nokia Blog states that it has received an image of a handset which is rumoured to be called Juggernuat. The report states, “It looks a little like the rectangular 810 but with a slight curvy bit at the bottom. It mentions on the side that it’s a proto Nokia. WP7 home button but it could just be an old proto.” In looks and size the handset are somewhere between Nokia Lumia Windows 8 handsets and Galaxy Note II. The device sports a windows phone logo so it could be old Window 7 prototype. But the inclusion of Family Room tile in its interface is clear indication of Windows phone 8 phone, which is featured in Windows Phone 8 and not the older Windows Phone platform.

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Buy Your Windows 8 Phones From AT&T Holiday Season

    AT&T has finally brought out its Windows Phone 8 lineup. The most talked about phones of the year Nokia Lumia 920 and 820 would be available from the beginning of Nov.9. Lumia 920 will cost you $99.99 in a two year contract and would come equipped with free wireless charging plate. Buyers can grab one in red, white, black, yellow, and cyan. Meanwhile you can get your hands on Lumia 820 for $49.99 for a two year contract. Whoever is interested in picking up these phones can pre-order the phones from there website att.com/lumia920. The Lumia 920 has a 4.5-inch curved glass WXGA IPS LCD display that boasts what Nokia called PureMotion HD+, which the company said is “better than HD resolution.” The Lumia 820, meanwhile, sports a  4.3-inch display, 800-by-400 display, built-in NFC, a 1650 mAh battery, Nokia location services like City Lens, and Nokia Music. Both phones run Microsoft’s [+more]

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Nokia’s Pinning All Its Hopes On Microsoft Windows Phone 8

Nokia, the former world leader in mobile phones, has a lot to be worried about. After having a difficult third quarter this year, it is pinning all its hopes on the upcoming Microsoft Windows Phone 8 to turn its fortunes around. The Finnish company posted a loss of $755 million in the third quarter, but is all set to launch the Lumia 820 and 920, powered by Windows Phone 8, in a bid to recover its heavy losses. Both these phones have a typical Nokia design, imbibing the PureView technology for the cameras, the newly upgraded Nokia Maps, wireless charging, and many similar features that give the Lumia series its distinct USP. While Nokia did not face much success with the previous Lumia models running on Windows Phone 7, maybe this upgraded version of Windows Phone will find more takers, and hopefully pull away customers from iPhones and Android-based smartphones. [+more]

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Top 10 Smartphones AT&T Plans To Launch

So you are not an Apple person? Don’t bother, AT&T is there to help. We are listing down 10 smartphones that AT&T plans to launch between now and mid-November. All these phones run on either Google’s Android OS or Microsoft’s new Windows Phone 8. Here’s a sneak peak for you— HTC One X+ Elegant and stylish, HTC’s upcoming One X+ is made with a matte black polycarbonate body. The phone looks great with4.7-inch Super LCD 2 screen. It runs Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, supports Nvidia’s Tegra 3 processor, and best of all- its lightweight.             HTC One VX HTC One VX boasts a 5-megapixel camera and 960-by-540, Super LCD screen. This affordable smartphone runs Android 4.0, which HTC promises will be upgraded to Android 4.1.           HTC Windows Phone 8X In a range of colors and design tapers at edges, HTC [+more]

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