Nokia to announce its next big thing on May 14th in London
posted by Michael H. / Apr 25, 2013, 11:55 AM
Lumia 928 as well as the Catwalk, but the event is scheduled to take place from 10AM to 4PM, so there is plenty of time for other goodies to be shown off from other Windows Phone devices to possible Windows tablets that are rumored to be in the works.It seems fair to assume that we'll get information on the
We may get a better idea of what to expect as we get closer to the date, but worst case we'll find out what Nokia has in store in just under 3 weeks. It is interesting that Nokia scheduled the event for the day before Google I/O starts. That doesn't seem like an accident.
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Last "next best thing" event from another company was a huge disappointment. I'm not falling for that again.
posted on Apr 25, 2013, 11:57 AM 13
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I dunno...Nokia spends a lot of money in R&D, and they attract top tier engineers. I don't necessarily expect to see new inventions, but I do look forward to seeing what cool stuff they've been able to incorporate into the upcoming Lumias.
posted on Apr 25, 2013, 12:29 PM 18
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Yea another wp8 Nokia highend device with 2012specs, huge big wide heavy and a brick™
posted on Apr 25, 2013, 12:33 PM 7
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2012- Nokia “HAAC” Rich Recording -------> 2013,on htc one 2012- Nokia OIS ---------------------------------> 2013, on htc one 2012- Nokia low light performance ----------> 2013, on htc one 2012- Nokia super sensitive screern--------->2013, on samsung galaxy s4 2012-Nokia wireless charging-----------------> maybe in 2014 on htc and samsung . You have something more clever to say?
posted on Apr 25, 2013, 1:16 PM 42
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I agree with the Mics, but OIS is something that have been on DSLRs since the 90s, nokia is just the first to have it on a phone, and low light performance is a consequence of many factors (Aperture, OIS, Shutter speed...), NOT a technology by Nokia, Super sensitivity is a Synaptics technology, and Wireless charging has been there for a while (Remember the Palm Pre??)
posted on Apr 25, 2013, 2:08 PM 2
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Everything, has been pretty much there. But the fact that Nokia improvised it for smartphone purpose is a neat feat! That is why they are steps ahead of the competition in hardware innovation (i don't mean processors and stuff) terms.
posted on Apr 25, 2013, 2:29 PM 9
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troll is lonly no one wants to be its friend and all it has is SGS[x] where x is whats comes every year with more cores and same performance still it braggs and normally humans ignore it and it normally hates everyone who users mobiles that are not android. it thinks world should obey it but nothing listens to it close enough
posted on Apr 25, 2013, 3:06 PM 7
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Good luck Nokia! I'm very excited! May 14th, the Nokia Lumia story continues! OH YEAH!
posted on Apr 25, 2013, 11:58 AM 27
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I dont think so® Heres a red thumb from me™ 4 reds already.
posted on Apr 25, 2013, 12:35 PM 1
I think you are addicted to thumb down (red thumb you name it) either that or you just stupid. This post is completely unnecessary, the first post is something I would expect for someone very dumb. So... I'm just hoping you are addicted to thumb downs. Won't let you down and giving a great red thumb.
posted on Apr 25, 2013, 5:40 PM 5
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EOS, Catwalk, and NL928..........can't wait........Go Nokia Go.......!!! who know some cool features in it, solar charging may be
posted on Apr 25, 2013, 4:40 PM 15
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you meant: the next big flop !!
posted on Apr 25, 2013, 12:22 PM 8
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