Nokia recently launched a brand new variant of its popular Lumia 920 smartphone on Verizon in the US. The handset went on sale on 16th May and while in New York we decided to step into a retail store to get a feel for the handset. Here’s a quick photo gallery to whet your appetite while we work on a brief impressions post.
Jealous of the Nokia 808 PureView owners who can take low light images and party shots with ease because of the xenon flash in their phone but not impressed by the thickness of the phone ? Researchers at Singapore’s Nanyang Technological University might have just the solution.
Continue reading “Radically smaller capacitors to enable thinner xenon flash modules for phones”
Motorola today announced the MILESTONE XT720 in UK and is calling it one of the world’s slimmest 8 Megapixel Android phones. We already told you it’s the first Android phone to feature a Xenon Flash.
This Milestone is sleek at 10.9mm and uses a huge 3.7 inch 480X854 pixel capacitive touch screen display. It runs on Android 2.1 with Motorola’s Touch UI but a upgrade to FroYo is not known. Motorola also admitted that this device is pretty close to the Motoroi which was launched in Korea recently.
Nokia’s most recent imaging flagship, the Nokia N86, claims to be one of the best camera phones on the market. With an 8MP camera sensor, a wide-angle lens, a Dual-LED flash and an aperture size that should make clear night photos, it is clear that the N86 8MP has the big guns out. But the main question remains about how its camera performs in comparison to Nokia’s tried-and-true camera flagship, the Nokia N82 with its Xenon flash and 5MP sensor
We performed a real-life comparison, and you can see the results below. First up, is a series of images taken on a picnic out in the Vincennes area in Paris, France. The N82’s images are on the left, the N86’s are on the right. Continue reading “Nokia N82 Vs N86 8MP Camera Comparison”
The Nokia N82 remains the king of the darkness in terms of picture quality, as far as Nokia devices are concerned, especially thanks to its Xenon flash. So how does the new Nokia standard, the Dual-LED flash perform in comparison to the Xenon, in pitch darkness? Are the pictures good enough? Are the videos better? Here is the answer to your questions, as the 3rd part of our N85 vs N82 comparison.
Sony Ericsson today announced Idou which is it’s new high-end device, on the lines of Xperia but is powered by Symbian Foundation OS. Idou has a 12.1-Megapixel camera, with Xenon flash and a large 16:9 Touchscreen.
As of now we know Idou or I do U as a concept / codename of a phone. It might be the model of the phone itself.
Its a phone running Symbian OS .. Will nokia get new competition ?