Listen to the official Nokia Lumia 1020 ringtone, message tone and alarm clock now
posted by Maxwell R. / Jul 19, 2013, 3:44 PM
Of course it would not be a Nokia without the ubiquitous Nokia tune. The Lumia 1020 gets a revised tune to hail its arrival. It is subtly different and instantly recognizable. Just like all the other variations of the tone that have been produced over the years, we are sure this new one will not please everyone.
There is a new tone for messages which is very unobtrusive. Finally, we have a new alarm clock tone as well which is definitely not designed for those that are not easily awoken, but it definitely has a nice modern flair to it.
If you want hear more of the sounds around all of Nokia’s image, there are dozens (and hours) of tracks to listen to by clicking on the source link.
source: SoundCloud via WPCentral
Posts: 1; Member since: Jul 19, 2013
You can choose another ringtone to bring you wake up easily. Is it? Come on PA
posted on Jul 19, 2013, 5:03 PM 2
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If you ask people that don't like Windows Phone, they'll tell you that you're not only stuck with that alarm tone, but it won't matter because there isn't a clock app for WP because the Store is a barren wasteland of nothingness. ... ... ...of course you can change the tones. We're just sharing the new defaults that Nokia composed for the 1020.
posted on Jul 19, 2013, 6:18 PM 11
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Come on, just use Justin Bieber's songs as your alarm tone and you will never fail to wake up on time. Heck, it might resuscitate a patient in coma as well because he will get up to turn off the music.
posted on Jul 20, 2013, 12:59 AM 11
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Come on Johnnokia.. Its k.. Everything will be ok.. He is trying his best to take Nokia and WP further and make it the best of All.. Lets give him some credit. One like for the last line ;)
posted on Jul 19, 2013, 7:08 PM 7
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If Nokia made an android flagship there sales would easily quadruple.
posted on Jul 19, 2013, 9:46 PM 6
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I'm not really sure if I'd agree with that excuse. It's more of they want to stick with Windows because of Elop's connection to Microsoft. They're getting Microsoft's backing and they feel more secure with it. I really think they'd sell more if they produce Android devices.
posted on Jul 20, 2013, 5:46 AM 0
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