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New Nokia Lumia 920 Ad Pokes Fun At Samsung And Apple Rivalry

The rivalry between Apple and Samsung is of course the biggest in the smartphone industry. As the two companies battle for dominance of the lucrative business, the rivalry was somewhat transferred to many fans of the respective brands.

In Nokia’s latest ad for its Lumia 920, the Finland based manufacturer has used this rivalry to its advantage. Obviously, the Nokia Lumia 920 which uses the Windows Phone 8 operating system is not directly involved in this conflict, but uses it as an opportunity to poke fun at the rivalry. The ad which can be viewed over at Unwired View is set at a wedding. The guests on one side of the aisle are iPhone users, while those on the other side use Samsung Galaxy devices to film the ceremony. Visit our website for the latest news on the Nokia Lumia 920 and compare cheap Nokia Lumia 920 contract deals.

The guests begin commenting to one another, which in turn leads to name calling and eventually a large scale, but comical fight scene. Staff at the wedding venue look on from the sidelines with their Lumia 920 devices in hand, remarking that the fans of the two brands seem to like fighting with one another.

The ad finishes with the slogan ‘Don’t fight, switch’, which is part of Nokia and Microsoft’s Lumia marketing campaign encouraging consumers to consider the platform as an alternative to Android or iOS. It is also mentions that the Lumia 920 has been voted the best smartphone of the year in 2012.

The Lumia 920 remains one of the best selling smartphone models on the market, despite the fact that it was launched back in November 2012. It was widely reported that unexpected high demand saw supply shortages of the phone in several markets following its release.

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Nokia Lumia 920 Survives Its Most Extreme Durability Test So Far

It is now commonplace for technology websites to carry out a range of tests on smartphone models to see just how durable they are. These days, smartphones are subject to ever more creative tests, with common scenarios including drop tests, exposure to extreme conditions and being damaged by various objects to see which phones are the most durable.

NokiaPowerUser has recently reported on a test carried out on the Nokia Lumia 920. The test was carried out by Chip Magazine, and perhaps the most creative test of a smartphone’s to ability to date. Of course, the Nokia Lumia 920 has gained a reputation for being one of the most hardwearing smartphones on the market, after performing well in previous tests.

In this test, the Nokia Lumia 920 handset was attached to a weather balloon along with a GPS tracker been released into the atmosphere. It then floated to the edge of space to a height of 35,000 metres, which is surely the highest a mobile phone has ever been. During its trip, the handset was exposed to temperatures as low as -60 degrees, and then made its way back to earth.

When the phone landed, it was tracked down using the accompanying GPS tracker, and impressively it appeared to have sustained no noticeable damage, and worked as normal. This test adds to the Lumia 920’s impressive track record of being one of the most hardwearing phones out there. Footage captured by the Lumia 920 on its journey can be found over at NokiaPowerUser.

The Nokia Lumia 920 clearly deserves its reputation as a durable smartphone, and the results of this test prove it. Of course, there is nobody who will have to subject their smartphone to such extremes, but it certainly proves that the phone can handle any conditions you throw at it, making it the ideal option for anyone who wants a reliable device.

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Is Nokia Working On A Lumia Phablet?

Back in 2011, Samsung launched a device called the Galaxy Note, which at the time had the largest display of any smartphone at 5.3 inches. In conjunction with its S-Pen stylus, it offers superior levels of versatility to many other smartphones, paving the way for the now popular phablet niche.

Prior to its launch, there were doubts about the popularity of its large screen format, but the Samsung Galaxy Note has proven to be a hit, with an estimated 12 million sales to date. The device was followed up in September with the Galaxy Note 2, which came with an even larger 5.5 inch display, and this device also became very popular and critically acclaimed. Samsung has recently added to its line up of large screened smartphones, with a new device called the Galaxy Mega which comes with a huge 6.3 inch display.

It is likely that phablet devices will continue to grow in popularity and size, and some other manufacturers have also released their own phablet devices. Tech Radar has recently reported that Nokia may be developing its own phablet smartphone. Because Nokia exclusively uses Microsoft’s Windows Phone operating system, this is a very interesting idea, as the majority of current phablet smartphones of course utilise the Android operating system. It is likely that Windows Phone operating system may be well suited to such a device, and would allow Nokia to build on the success of its popular Lumia series.

Nokia is yet to reveal any information about this device, but Tech Radar reports that its source on this story is the Financial Times, which is certainly credible source. Given the popularity of its Lumia series though, and the popularity of phablet devices in general though it would not be much of a surprise if Nokia was in the processes developing such a device. Visit our website for the latest Nokia Lumia 920 news and Nokia Lumia 920 special offers.

We will be sure to keep you posted if we hear of any more news and rumours about this device. Do you think Nokia will release a phablet smartphone, or should it continue making standard sized devices? Leave a comment to let us know you think.

Q1 Performance Shows Improving Sales For Nokia Lumia Devices

The Nokia Lumia 920 remains one of the most popular smartphone models on the market, with sales remaining consistently strong since its launch back in November. Thanks to the success of the Lumia 920 and a number of other notable devices from the Finland based manufacturer, Nokia’s fortunes have recently turned around, after a period of financial difficulties as a result of being unable to compete with the likes of Samsung and Apple.

Nokia has recently published its financial performance for the first three month period of the year. Pocket Lint reports that while Nokia’s performance may not be up to par with that of Q4 of 2012, Nokia’s Lumia sales are on the up and up.

Apparently, Nokia sold 4.6 million Lumia phones in Q1 this year, which was a record for the company since it decided to adopt Microsoft’s Windows Phone as its sole operating system on its new mobile phone models. Visit our website for the latest Nokia Lumia 920 news and cheap Nokia Lumia 920 deals.

While such sales figures may not seem more to impressive compared to the likes of Samsung or Apple, the clearly shows that Nokia is improving consistently and cements the company’s position as a top brand when it comes to the Windows Phone operating system, which is also used on devices from a number of notable competitors like Samsung and HTC. The sales figures show increases in sales quarter on quarter for the Finland based manufacturer, and throughout 2013 we can expect further improvements, especially with speculation of a replacement flagship device of the Lumia 920.

Nokia is currently rumoured to be launching a device with a 41 megapixel camera called the Nokia EOS, and a new aluminium flagship Lumia phone which currently goes by the codename the Nokia Catwalk.

When we hear of any more news regarding upcoming releases from Nokia in 2013, we will be sure to keep you posted, and continue to bring you the cheapest Nokia Lumia 920 deals from UK networks on our website.

Nokia Catwalk Photos Leaked Online

Since the Nokia Lumia 920 was launched back in November 2012, sales of Nokia’s latest flagship Windows Phone have remained consistently strong. The phone has really helped turn things around for the company amidst the financial difficulties following a period of being largely unable to compete with market leading brands like Samsung and Apple.

Alongside its commercial success, the Nokia Lumia 920 has received widespread praise from critics and achieved an impressive number of awards. Because the device has proven successful in the market for several months, this has naturally led to plenty of speculation regarding Nokia’s plans for 2013.

There has recently been a lot of speculation about the next flagship smartphone from Nokia, with rumours of a new aluminium device hitting the market this year. The recently leaked Nokia Lumia 928 may to sport an aluminium body, and another recently rumoured device codenamed the Nokia Catwalk has once again been leaked online, suggesting that this will be Nokia’s next flagship. Visit our website for the latest Nokia Catwalk rumours and Nokia Lumia 920 deals.

GSM Arena has recently reported on the details of the device, after photos were been posted online from a source in China. The photos show a mystery Nokia phone with a metal frame and a plastic back, and the website explains that the plastic back is likely to be in order to allow wireless charging, with the metal frame acting as the phone’s antenna. The photos also shown that the device is likely to be much slimmer than the Lumia 920, and shows a sizable protrusion on the back which points to the larger camera sensor, backing up claims that the handset may utilise a similar 41 megapixel camera to that found on last year’s Nokia PureView 808.

GSM Arena also explains that the photos are not official Nokia press shots, and may simply be leaked photos of the phone in its development stages or a design prototype. We are likely to hear more about this device in the near future, so we will be sure to keep you posted when we hear of any developments.

New Details Of The Nokia EOS Revealed

Back in November 2012, Nokia launched its latest flagship Windows Phone device, the Nokia Lumia 920. This device has been one of most popular handsets on the market and in this time has gained widespread critical acclaim and an impressive haul of awards. Naturally, this has led to a lot of speculation among smartphone enthusiasts regarding what Nokia has in store for 2013.

A device called the Nokia EOS has recently been the subject of many rumours, after it was revealed that this upcoming handset may sport and 41 megapixel camera, similar to that found on last year’s PureView 808 model. According to GSM Arena, new details regarding features of the Nokia EOS have now been revealed.

Apparently, Nokia has been testing two versions of the device, one with a quad-core chipset, and the other with a dual-core processor. Apparently, due to unsatisfactory battery performance, the quad-core variant was dropped, meaning that the Nokia EOS is likely to be launched with a dual-core processor. Visit our website for the latest news on the Nokia EOS and compare Nokia Lumia 920 contracts.

The device is also believed to sport 2000mAh battery capacity like the Nokia Lumia 920, along with a similar AMOLED display, with a resolution of 1280x 768, although the dimensions of the screen are currently unknown. Of course, the camera will be the standout feature of the Nokia EOS, which is described to be similar to the 41 megapixel sensor used on the PureView 808, but is likely to be upgraded. Other features of the Nokia EOS are believed to include a micro HDMI port and a microSD memory card slot.

Details regarding the launch of the Nokia EOS are yet to be confirmed, but GSM Arena states that in the US it is likely to be exclusive to network AT&T, with an international rollout of the device likely to occur 1 to 3 months following its US launch. We will be sure to keep you posted when we hear of any more information regarding features, pricing and availability of the Nokia EOS.

Nokia Lumia 920 Survives Being Crushed By 24 Tonne Caterpillar Vehicle

Despite the launch of several high profile smartphone models in recent months, like the HTC One, Sony Xperia Z and Samsung Galaxy S4, the Nokia Lumia 920 remains one of the sought after smartphone models on the market.

Since it was launched back in November 2012, the Nokia Lumia 920 has clocked up impressive levels of commercial success, and simultaneously gained widespread critical acclaim and picked up a number of awards from several different websites and publications. Following its launch, it instantly became a bigger hit than many people had anticipated.

These days, many mobile phone websites carry out tests in order to see how hardwearing smartphones are. They are subjected to all kinds of punishment, ranging from drop tests, to being put in blenders and submerged in water. NokiaPowerUser has recently reported on a story which demonstrates just how hardwearing the Nokia Lumia 920 is. Visit our website for the latest Nokia Lumia 920 news and cheap Nokia Lumia 920 deals.

The website reports that a Nokia Lumia 920 was accidentally dropped underneath a 24 tonne Caterpillar construction vehicle by a worker at a Finnish mine. The phone was crushed under the weight of the vehicle, and expecting the worst he phoned his Lumia 920 using a colleague’s phone. To everyone’s surprise, they heard the phone ringing under the ground, and proceeded to dig it out and eventually retrieved it.

Amazingly, the phone appeared to be in full working order, despite sustaining serious damage to its screen and casing. Of course, it is unlikely that any one will find themselves in this situation, but it goes to show just how reliable the Lumia 920 is. The owner of the phone in question decided to buy a replacement Lumia 920 rather than choose a different model, after seeing firsthand how reliable this model is.

What’s the worst damage your smartphone has ever sustained? Was it damaged beyond repair, or did it continue to work afterwards? Leave a comment to let us know your experiences.

Images Of The Nokia Lumia 928 Leaked Online

The Nokia Lumia 920 remains one of the most sought after smartphones on the market. Since its launch back in November 2012, it has clocked up impressive sales figures whilst also gaining widespread critical acclaim.

Because the Lumia 920 has been such a successful smartphone model, it has naturally led to widespread speculation about the next flagship model in the Lumia range. Nokia has recently launched several new additions to its Windows Phone powered smartphone series, particularly in the mid range and entry level categories.

For a while now, the Nokia Lumia 928 has been speculated to be the successor to the Lumia 920, and an image of this phone has recently been leaked by EVLeaks, and can be viewed over NokiaPowerUser. EVLeaks has gained a reputation for providing reliable information about upcoming smartphone models, and posting images of the devices before they are announced. This was recently demonstrated by its leaked photo of the HTC One. Visit our website for the latest news on the Nokia Lumia 928 and compare Nokia Lumia 920 contracts.

The recently leaked image of the Nokia Lumia 928 clearly has Verizon branding, which backs up recent speculation in the US it will be exclusive to the network. Information regarding the handset’s availability in other countries is currently scarce, but because the Lumia 920 has been such a successful device in China, Europe, the US and Australia for example, a widespread rollout of the Lumia 920 is expected.

The website has posted front and rear shots of the handset, on the back clearly shows that the phone will come with a PureView camera and dual flash. The front suggests that the phone will sport a similar screen to the Lumia 920 which has a 4.5 inch PureMotion HD+ display. More details regarding the phone’s features are likely to be made available shortly.

When we hear of any more news about the features and availability of the Nokia Lumia 928, we will be sure to keep you posted.

Windows Phone OS To Support Full HD Screens And Quad-Core CHipsets By 2014

Last year, Microsoft launched Windows Phone 8 which is the latest instalment of its mobile operating system. The release of the software saw a number of new smartphone models launched to showcase Windows Phone 8, from a number of manufacturers including Samsung, HTC and Nokia. The latter is by far the most successful when it comes to devices with the operating system, such as the Lumia 920 which has been one of most popular smartphone models in recent months.

The Lumia 920 is widely regarded as the most impressive smartphone model ever released by the Finnish manufacturer. Among its key features are an 8.7 megapixel camera with Carl Zeiss optics, 4.5 inch PureView HD+ display and dual-core processor. Of course, plenty of appealing smartphone models have higher touchscreen resolutions and more processing power than the Lumia 920.

However, this is due to the fact that the Windows Phone operating system is currently unable to support quad-core processors or full high definition displays. However, according to Unwired View Microsoft has recently announced that it is working on an update which will allow future Windows Phone devices to support these features. Visit our website for more information about the Nokia Lumia 920 and compare Nokia Lumia 920 contracts.

Although the Lumia 920 falls short from many competing devices when it comes to its resolution and processor, it is still known for providing one of the best smartphone user experiences out there. Unwired View reports that Microsoft will be rolling out an update to Windows Phone 8 later this year, which will allow future devices with the operating system to support touchscreens with resolutions of 1080p and quad-core chipsets.

It seems unlikely that new Windows Phone 8 devices will be launched with these higher hardware specifications, and we can expect new Lumia devices with full HD screens and quad-core processors to be released after the software sees its next major update, which is believed to be Windows Phone 9.

As soon as we hear of any more information regarding the launch schedule for this software update, we will be sure to keep you posted.

New Image Of White Nokia Lumia 928 Leaked

The Nokia Lumia 928 is soon to be launched as an exclusive handset to US network Verizon, and we recently reported that images of the handset have been leaked online by EVLeaks.

This source has a track record of posting accurate images of upcoming smartphones before they are announced, demonstrated recently by its leaked images of the HTC One prior to its launch.

EVLeaks posted images of the black version of the Nokia Lumia 928 a couple of days ago, but has since posted another image of the device in its white variant, which can be viewed at Pocket-Lint. The device appears to be largely the same apart from its colour scheme, and the back of the phone shows that it will come with a PureView camera with dual flash, as well as LTE connectivity. Unfortunately, there are very few details available regarding other features of the device, and how it will differ to the Lumia 920.

The Nokia Lumia 920 was first launched back in November 2012, and quickly became a huge commercial success for the Finland based manufacturer. It packs plenty of impressive features including a 4.5 inch PureMotion HD+ display, 8.7 megapixel PureView camera with Carl Zeiss optics and 1080p video capture, Windows Phone 8 operating system and stylish design. The Lumia 920 is by far the most advanced smartphone released by Nokia in recent years, and has brought in a new era of commercial success for the company which has been widely reported to have been struggling with the likes of Samsung and Apple in recent years, resulting in financial difficulties for the company. Visit our website for the latest Nokia Lumia 920 updates and cheapest Nokia Lumia 920 deals.

In recent weeks, there have been more and more rumours about the next flagship device from Nokia, and the handset which will replace the Lumia 920. Rumours have suggested that a device codenamed the Nokia Catwalk will be launched later this year, and will sport an aluminium unibody and will be thinner and lighter than the company’s current flagship. Additionally, Microsoft has recently announced that its mobile operating system will soon be able to support both quad-core processors and full high definition displays, with an update which will roll out later this year.