Nokia Lumia 521 back in stock at HSN
The low-end model is back in stock at HSN's online store for the same price of $149.95, which can be paid off in four equal installments of $37.49, and shipping is free. Meanwhile, a video of the Nokia Lumia 521's visit to HSN has been uploaded to YouTube and with the HSN salesman calling it "the most anticipated phone about to hit the market," we'd say that a bit of hyperbole was employed here. This guy makes a dual-core processor sound like it is on the cutting edge of wireless technology!
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source: HSN, YouTube via WMPoweruser
7. squallz506 (banned) (Posts: 1075; Member since: 19 Oct 2011)
no, a lumia without a flash is an epic fail.
If kyocera can put a flash on my brother's $40 android phone,
Why can't nokia fit a flash into their $150 phone?
2. wendygarett (unregistered)
I think I'm pass this time... Consider that there some negative reply about this device...
4. rantao333 (Posts: 315; Member since: 21 May 2013)
u cant be serious dude, samsung got tons of negative reviews but still sell like hot cake.
5. EXkurogane (Posts: 863; Member since: 07 Mar 2013)
You will pass? Pigs would end up flying if you really bought a windows phone and kept on using it, given how you have been bashing them. Negative replies are just a cheap excuse.
Complaints about hardware issues happen to all devices nowadays. My friend's Galaxy S3 camera module had issues within a week after he bought it on launch day and the whole camera module had to be changed;
some guy in a local forum here, he bought a Lumia 920 and the screen just froze and crash after some days, and it ended up being a motherboard issue, and there were also other cases of dead pixels;
Another friend of mine in Facebook. her iPhone's battery somehow expanded/bloated and leaked, even twisting teh device's aluminium frame itself and cracked the screen. She got a replacement unit. It's almost impossible to overcharge a battery nowadays, especially high end devices. My phones are USBed to a computer or sits on a wireless charging stand if im not using it and let it charge,m regardless of how much battery is left. I treated my old N8 like that and after almost 3 years the battery is still doing great.
When everything is made in you-know-which-country, QC issues are bound to happen. Even if those unit wasnt made in China that doesnt mean it will not have QC issues. It's all down to luck sometimes.
6. pinkpanzer (Posts: 11; Member since: 27 May 2013)
wendy probably got burned by the trollphobic coating on this phone.
me? i wish i lived in the US, then i would buy a 521 for every member of my family.