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Nokia's Windows Phone 8 phablet offering seems to have a lot going for it: a quad-core 2.2GHz Snapdragon 800 processor, a 20-megapixel camera (with PureView technology and Carl Zeiss lenses), a 6-inch super-sensitive ClearBlack LCD display with 1920 x 1080 resolution, and a 3400mAh battery with a reported standby time of 768 hours or 32 days. It also touts its four digital microphones that support directional stereo recording. Finally, it comes with 32GB of storage memory, 2GB RAM, and the Storyteller app that (along with the HERE maps) arranges photos into stories.
With its surprising 13 hours talk time, 41-megapixel camera and 4.5-inch display that almost makes it a phablet, Nokia's 2013 flagship phone looks like it is collecting superlatives. Even its 1280 x 768 display and its DPI of 334 pixels per inch beats the iPhone 5. The Lumia 1020 runs on a dual-core 1.5 Ghz processor with a RAM of 2GB and comes with 7GB of free SkyDrive storage.
Question #1: Should it be a smartphone or not?
Put aside a feature set clearly geared towards multimedia (with four built-in microphones!), the Nokia Lumia 930 has a lot of specs similiar to the Lumia 1520 such as a quad-core 2.2Ghz Snapdragon 800 processor, a 20-megapixel camera with PureView techonolgy but without Carl Zeiss lenses, 4G-capability, a 2GB RAM, four digital microphones that support directional stereo recording, and 32GB of storage memory (not expandable).
It has two significant differences: The smaller 5-inch ClearBlack OLED main display with a 1920 x 1080 resolution and a weaker 2420mAh battery (the Lumia 1520 has a 3440mAh battery).
The Lumia 925, a Windows 8 phone, mixes social media with various location services and advanced GPS features, as if it was designed to facilitate social meet ups. The 8.7-megapixel PureView camera sports Carl Zeiss Tessar lens and, again, a buunch of photo sharing features, while the secondary camera can record in 720p resolution and supports Skype video calls. All of these features run on a dual-core 1.5Ghz CPU.
This 5-inch 2.2GHz quad-core Windows Phone 8 phablet is saddled with an iconic name - and some seemingly fancy technology to go with it. It boasts a four-microphone directional recording, a 20-megapixel PureView camera with six Zeiss lenses and two LED flashes, and a ClearBlack AMOLED display with 441 pixels per inch. It also packs a 2GB RAM, a 32GB non-expandable storage memory, a 2420mAh battery with a reported 3G talk time of 16.4 hours (984 minutes), and Qi wireless charging.
The Lumia 920 is one of the first smartphones to run Windows 8. It is essentially a camera phone with a 8.7-megapixel camera boasting advanced photography features, such as Carl Zeiss optics, a high power dual LED flash, image stabilization technology, etc. It also includes innovations, such as wireless charging and PureMotion display, which Nokia claims to provide the brightest and most sensitive screens in the world.
Nokia's 2014 IFA Berlin contender does not seem to want to contest any premium model. Rather, it aims to bring Nokia's PureView feature to a mid-level device. The 830 runs on a 1.2GHz quad-core processor with Adreno 305 graphics. As for memory, its 1GB RAM is right on par with its Android friends, but the 16GB internal storage sounds quite hefty - you can also top it up with a microSD card for up to 128GB of extra storage. XBox, OneDrive and Microsoft-based apps also squeeze themselves under its 5-inch display, while a 2200mAh battery powers it from under the lid.
A chic Windows Phone 8 smartphone, the Lumia 720 sports a slim uni-body design that comes in vibrant colors: Cyan, yellow, red, white, and black. Style and looks aside, it boasts some pretty decent specifications. It offers a wide-angle 6.7-megapixel camera with Carl Zeiss Tessar lens and a 4.3-inch display featuring the Corning Gorilla Glass 2 protection. Nokia also claim that its 2000mAh battery could power the phone for up to 23 hours of 2G talk time or up to 13.4 hours of Wi-Fi web browsing.
The Lumia 520 is billed as Nokia's most affordable Windows smartphone, yet surprisingly, it offers some respectable features. Indeed, most specs are average (a 1GHz dual-core processor and a 5-megapixel camera), but it also includes a 4-inch display that Nokia claims to be so sensitive that it can be used even while wearing gloves.
Nokia packed the Lumia 928 with a lot of the bells and whistles found in its other babies: (8-megapixel) PureView technology, (4.5-inch) ClearBlack AMOLED screen, super sensitive touch screen, and high dynamics recording. All sound promising enough that we may even possibly overlook this Verizon-exclusive smartphone's almost mid-range specs: 1.5GHz dual-core processor, 1GB RAM, and 2000mAh battery.
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