Nokia Lumia 928 and Nokia EOS smartphones were in the limelight due to the leaked specifications of Nokia’s Windows Phone 8 (WP8) smartphones by MyNokiaBlog. The unveiling of the Lumia928 for Verizon and the Lumia 925 at London has kicked off the comparison between the two.
Though both the phones are upgraded form of the previous 920 model, the designs are slightly different from each other to leave a mark. Smaller and lighter 925 has the aluminum body with all other features remaining intact in both the models.
The 925 and the 928 both are powered by a 1.5-GHz dual-core Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Plus MSM8960 processor. Each phone features a 4.5-inch screen (the 925 and the 928 are OLED, compared with the LCD on the 920) with the same 1,280-by-768-pixel resolution and the same 334 pixels per inch. Each phone has a 2,000mAh battery, support for wireless charging, Bluetooth 3.0, as well as GPS and NFC support.
The awaiting launch of Nokia’s 41-megapixel WP8-powered smartphone, dubbed EOS, in the U.S. this year was confirmed by the Guardian; however the details are now very clear from the MyNokiaBlog.
According to the report, Nokia is working on the different models of the EOS with same specs but different processor: a Dual core version and a Quad core running the latest Snapdragon 800.
The Nokia EOS will sport a 41-megapixel sensor, Xenon & LED flash, OIS and possibly a Variable Aperture lens (like the N86), a camera UI similar to that of on the 808, FM transmitter, Expandable Micro SD slot and possibly a Micro HDMI out port. A 2,000 mAh battery similar to that of the Nokia Lumia 920 is also on cards.
With Apple iOS and the Google Android fighting for top position in the Android Souk, Nokia Window phone which the launch of the Nokia 920 is not left behind and is in a competition against Blackberry which is at the bottom tier. The report generated by the IDC suggests that with the Window phone launching BB was left behind and the Window phones took the 3rd position among the renowned mobile operators during the first half of 2013.
Blackberry has not lost all hope to keep up with the fight it has recently launched the Blackberry Z10. Unfortunately it did not boost the sales rather it led to the stake prices dipping to 2.9 percent. In the mean while Window phones by Nokia has grown by 3.2 percent. Though the boost has been brought about by the Nokia Lumia 920, the profit share will further increase when Nokia Window phones inaugurate the Lumia 925 and 928 which is going to line up very soon.
Samsung Android and the Google phones holding the kings share of profit will soon be competition with the new Nokia Lumia series for many are hunting for something different and Nokia Lumia is getting it for them. Whatsoever the contribution of the new BB10 devices Window phones cannot be undermined as they have already shipped a million devices in the first phase.
Finally we got to take a look at the Lumia 925 and Lumia 928 smartphones that Nokia has announced for 2013. And now that these gorgeous gadgets have arrived, everyone’s wondering what’s changed in them since the Lumia 920. It’s easy to get confused among these 3 smartphones, we don’t blame you. But maybe this article can enlighten you a little bit.
First of all, there’s the difference in the carriers. While the Lumia 920 is available on AT&T, Nokia has launched the Lumia 928 exclusively for Verizon and the Lumia 925 for T-Mobile. So if you intend to be a carrier loyalist, it becomes much easier for you to find the right Lumia smartphone.
The next difference is in the design. The Lumia 925 is the sleekest among the 3, with its all aluminum casing instead of the polycarbonate body. It’s also lighter than the Lumia 920 and Lumia 928. The Lumia 925 also has a better lens than the other two models, but it lacks the Xenon flash.
All these 3 smartphones have 4.5-inch displays with a resolution of 1280X768 pixels, are powered by a 1.5 GHz dual-core processor and 1 GB of RAM, and come with 32 GB of internal storage. So on the hardware side, these sure are power-packed. So which of them would you pick?… Read the rest