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Old 10-04-2012, 10:53 AM   #651
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Will that come before or after the BSOD?
It's long after some random 13 year old tells you he banged your mom and calls you a ******.
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Old 10-04-2012, 02:46 PM   #652
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Today, AT&T* announced the addition of the Nokia Lumia 920 and Nokia Lumia 820 to its growing Windows® Phone 8 portfolio. The unrivaled leader in Windows Phones, AT&T has sold more Windows Phones than any other carrier. To see the Nokia Lumia 920 in action, check out this video.

The Nokia Lumia 920 includes the latest advances in Nokia PureView imaging innovation. The 8 megapixel rear-facing camera records HD video in 1080p at 30 frames per second, while the front-facing camera records in 720p HD. Using advanced floating lens technology, the camera in the Lumia 920 is able to take in five times more light than typical smartphones without using flash, making it possible to capture clear, bright pictures and video indoors and at night. It also compensates for hand movement while the photo is being taken.

In addition to built-in wireless charging**, the Lumia 920 also comes with Nokia City Lens, the latest addition to the Nokia location suite and the start of a new augmented reality experience that also enhances Nokia Maps. Know more about the neighborhood than the locals. Using the phone’s camera viewfinder, Nokia City Lens basically turns sight into the next interface for searching the world around you. The app provides information about each building or landmark in the area giving the user an at-a-glance understanding of what restaurants, museums, shops and others places of interest are nearby. Along with enhancements to Nokia Drive and Nokia Transport, the Nokia location suite of services represents the most comprehensive, integrated mapping experience of any smartphone.

Viewing videos or browsing the web is more enjoyable than ever on the 4.5-inch PureMotion HD+ ClearBlack display, which is made of Corning® Gorilla® Glass 2.0 and comes with Sunlight Readability Enhancement technology and High Brightness Mode, allowing you to view your screen outdoors, even on a bright day. In addition to its durable, scratch-resistant curved display, the Lumia 920 also has a new sensitive touchscreen that lets you use the device with fingernails or while wearing gloves.

“Exclusive to our customers and featuring unique innovations in imaging technology, wireless charging and a bright, sensitive display – all on the nation’s largest 4G network – the Lumia 920 will be one of the hottest phones for the holidays,” said Jeff Bradley, senior vice president – Devices and Developer Services, AT&T Mobility.

“We welcome AT&T’s decision to offer the Nokia Lumia 920 and Nokia Lumia 820, which, when added to what we’ve witnessed in other markets, underscores the momentum behind our Lumia devices and the broader Windows ecosystem,” said Olivier Puech, president of Nokia Americas. “Our continued collaboration with AT&T is an important component for Nokia’s success in the U.S. market.”

The Nokia Lumia 820 is a snappy, mid-range smartphone that delivers high-end performance in a compact package. While the Nokia Lumia 820 has the same unibody look and feel as the high end Lumia smartphones, it comes with an exchangeable shell design. Exchangeable shells not only make it possible to select from a range of colors, but also to add wireless charging. Beneath the shell is room to insert a micro SD memory card.

The Nokia Lumia 920 comes in red, white, black, yellow, and cyan while the Nokia Lumia 820 comes in black. Both phones will run on AT&T’s 4G LTE network and are planned to be made available from AT&T in November.

AT&T customers have access to the nation’s largest 4G network***, covering 275 million people. AT&T has two 4G networks that work together for customers, LTE and HSPA+ with enhanced backhaul. That means AT&T customers are able to enjoy a widespread, ultra-fast and consistent 4G experience on their compatible device as they move in and out of LTE areas. With smartphones on other carriers’ networks, when you travel outside of their LTE coverage area, you may be on a much slower 3G network.
920 is ATT exclusive...
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Old 10-05-2012, 10:48 AM   #653
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920 is ATT exclusive...
920 is ATT exclusive

seriously though, rumor is that its a timed 30/60/90 day exclusivity only. AT&T probably wants the holiday sales.
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Old 10-05-2012, 11:59 AM   #654
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Nokia pumps up Lumia browsing with Xpress



http://www.theregister.co.uk/2012/10/04/lumia_xpress/

Isn't Amazon doing this with SILK? It sounds like a good idea for small platform browsers (phone, tablet), as long as you are ok with ALL of your browsing data going across Nokia's cloud servers. Banking information and what not. Hopefully they will also allow you to turn off the server side processing (like Amazon does).
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Old 10-05-2012, 12:01 PM   #655
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Isn't Amazon doing this with SILK? It sounds like a good idea for small platform browsers (phone, tablet), as long as you are ok with ALL of your browsing data going across Nokia's cloud servers. Banking information and what not. Hopefully they will also allow you to turn off the server side processing (like Amazon does).
It's especially valuable for those on capped or limited data plans; cuts your browsing data usage by something like 85%
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Old 10-07-2012, 12:30 PM   #656
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920 is ATT exclusive...
Up here in Canuckistan, it's Rogers exclusive.

I may end up with the iPhone5 after all. Nokia you dumbasses, you just shot yourself in the foot w/ this exclusive BS.
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Old 10-12-2012, 12:05 PM   #657
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Up here in Canuckistan, it's Rogers exclusive.

I may end up with the iPhone5 after all. Nokia you dumbasses, you just shot yourself in the foot w/ this exclusive BS.
Only for one month is it exclusive to Rogers.

http://wmpoweruser.com/rumour-rogers...y-for-1-month/
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Old 10-12-2012, 12:06 PM   #658
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Nokia Lumia 922 Windows Phone headed to Verizon?

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We know that AT&T is getting the Nokia Lumia 920 and 820 Windows Phones. T-Mobile is slated to get the Lumia 810. We've also seen a Nokia Lumia 822 floating around that is headed to Verizon.

We may need to add another number to the mix, the Nokia Lumia 922. A series of tweeted rumor is out there by @NokiaPureView who is claiming to have handled a Verizon Lumia 9XX (presumably the 922). The tweets mention that the mysterious device has a "matte finish, Pureview, is thinner, lighter and better."

Granted no pictures were offered on this mysterious device and according to @NokiaPureview Nokia CEO Stephen Elop doesn't want any pictures taken of the Verizon Windows Phone.

Take it for what it's worth. While a tweet isn't the most reliable source, they have proven to be right before. For now, we'll ride the fence and say that a Verizon Lumia 922 isn't beyond reach in the future seeing how the 8XX series is being handled. We just don't know the extent of AT&T exclusivity on the Lumia 920 and it may prevent variations from hitting the shelves right away.

One thing is for certain, we all may need cheat sheets to keep up with all the Lumia model numbering that is being generated.
http://www.wpcentral.com/nokia-lumia-922-headed-verizon
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Old 10-12-2012, 12:08 PM   #659
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Purported image of the Verizon Nokia Lumia 9xx shows a blurry camera, teases the masses



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We’re not to sure what to make of this image from @NokiaPureview that allegedly shows the Verizon Nokia Lumia 9xx’s (aka "922") rear camera.

The image is blurry as heck but one thing is clear—we’re looking at something that is different. That’s not the Lumia 920’s camera bezel, with the familiar Carl Zeiss metal plate. But it’s not quite the PureView 808 either, though there appears to be a bit of a bulge, raising the camera upwards a bit. If that is the case (and now we’re speculating about a supposed image), then that does hint that Verizon 9xx has an improved camera of some sort (or a thinner body as rumored).


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Of course this could also be a crazy hoax so until more information (or a definitive image) arises, just tuck this to the side as wishful thinking. Having said that, who doubts that Nokia has 9xx devices in the works for multiple carriers?
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Old 10-12-2012, 12:09 PM   #660
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Ran across a Facebook posting by Windows Phone saying "Our Live Tiles may be trying to tell us something". The posting pictures a magenta AT&T Nokia Lumia 900 with the Phone Tile is displaying "10", the Linked Inbox an "11" and the Messaging Tile a "12".

The obvious thought is October 11, 2012, which is today. But so far all is quiet on the AT&T news front. But many format their dates day/month/year which would put the date November 10, 2012. Up until this little riddle, the strong school of thought has the new Lumias landing on Sunday, November 4th. Which fits AT&T's launch habits (the 10th is the following Saturday).

Could this be the new launch date for the AT&T Lumia 920 and 820? Or are we reading too much into things and the Live Tiles simply telling us that it's 54 degrees in Redmond?

We'll poke around and see what we can come up with but in the meantime, there's a discussion going on over in the WPCentral Forums on what this riddle could mean. Feel free to chime in and let us know your guess.
http://www.wpcentral.com/windows-pho...t-lumia-riddle
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First real pics of the Verizon Nokia Lumia 822 with Windows Phone 8 show up



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Old 10-12-2012, 03:01 PM   #662
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Only for one month is it exclusive to Rogers.

http://wmpoweruser.com/rumour-rogers...y-for-1-month/
Rumour. And even if true, it means yet ANOTHER month of waiting. I've been ready to ditch my 3GS since mid-summer.
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Old 10-12-2012, 04:40 PM   #664
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Funker, seeing as you are obviously a MS fan (or at least a windows phone fan), what do you think about what Eric Schmidt said about MS and how they are not even a player in the market?

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He also said that Google TV would be on a 'majority' of televisions by this past summer, so there's that.
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Old 10-12-2012, 04:43 PM   #665
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Anyone who doesn't agree with what Schmidt is saying is delusional.
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Old 10-12-2012, 05:24 PM   #666
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He also said that Google TV would be on a 'majority' of televisions by this past summer, so there's that.
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Funker, seeing as you are obviously a MS fan (or at least a windows phone fan), what do you think about what Eric Schmidt said about MS and how they are not even a player in the market?
I'd say he's correct, at least currently. That can change, and I think will change; I expect them to be a respectable #3 (~10% of the smartphone market) within the next 12-18 months.
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Old 10-12-2012, 05:51 PM   #668
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I'd say he's correct, at least currently. That can change, and I think will change; I expect them to be a respectable #3 (~10% of the smartphone market) within the next 12-18 months.
I think you are going to be highly disappointed. It takes a lot more than Microsoft can muster at this point to take a chunk out of the momentum of the key players this late into the game. If their track record with mobile devices is any indication, they are going nowhere fast on this quest.
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I think you are going to be highly disappointed. It takes a lot more than Microsoft can muster at this point to take a chunk out of the momentum of the key players this late into the game. If their track record with mobile devices is any indication, they are going nowhere fast on this quest.
Windows Mobile, which was pretty much garbage, at it's peak did have around 20% of the smartphone market. Now, WP7/8, which is by all accounts an excellent mobile OS, is stuck around 3%; it's a frustrating position.

I agree that they have one heck of an uphill battle ahead; sort of like IBM putting OS/2 up against Windows and Mac in the mid 90's. It could end for MS just as it did for IBM with OS/2. I think the difference here though, is that both carriers (AT&T and Verizon, primarily) as well as hardware vendors (mostly Nokia right now, but Samsung and HTC are hedging their bets as well) want WP to succeed and are putting their muscle behind it.
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Lumia 920 pre-orders performing well in France and Italy

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The Lumia 920 has gradually become available for pre-order through retailers and the like, but we've not yet been able to confirm globally what carriers will be stocking Windows Phones, except for those who have made the information publicly available. As for the number of pre-orders that have taken place, well ... that's another piece of information that we don't possess.

Fortunately, NokiaPowerUser has noticed some positive signs on both the French Phone House and Italian NStore websites. According to Phone House's top 50 mobile phones chart the Lumia 920 is the champion, and at NStore the Windows Phone is no longer available (sold out).

The black Lumia 920, not a coloured variant, has topped the charts at Phone House (possible down to the free Fatboy wireless charger offer) - as can be seen above. The iPhone 5 sits in second, behind a Windows Phone 8 handset. Fancy that, eh? The chart is loaded from data accumulated between October 8-14th, so we'll have to keep a close eye on how the rankings alter in the next round-up.

While this doesn't point at a pre-order figure, for the Lumia 920 to overtake the iPhone 5 in a smartphone chart is something to relay to others. Let's hope the HTC 8X and Samsung ATIV S achieves similar success in other markets before and after launch.

As for NStore, its Lumia 920 stock has completely sold out. Reservations were reported available a couple of days ago with a €99 deposit, which means there have been enough interest to cause the store to simply run out of available stock to send out to customers once the Windows Phone has been released.

Of course we're unsure as to how much stock NStore actually specified internally to begin with, nor do we know exactly how well the device is performing at Phone House, but these are positive signs for a potential strong launch.
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Nokia Lumia 920 pre-orders exceed iPhone 5 sales on Phonehouse.fr

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More good news for Nokia, following their pre-orders being sold out in Italy, is that pre-orders for the Nokia Lumia 920 has jumped to the top of PhoneHouse’ France’s top 50 list from the 8th –14th October.

The handset is retailing for 649.90 Euro and is unfortunately only available in Black, which probably helped it up the charts by concentrating pre-orders on only one handset. On the other hand I am sure there are many buyers who would love to take a yellow or red handset home at the end of the month.

The handset is expected to reach the market either at the very end of October or early in November, and we can only hope sales will also match pre-orders over the next few months.
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Your video is "private", but does anybody not know how this works? My camcorder had this technology. In 1996.
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Microsoft Needs Windows Phone 7 – Not WP8 – To Win Significant Mobile Market Share

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Microsoft’s rebooted mobile OS, Windows Phone 8, arrives in a matter of weeks – so it’s a case of Windows Phone 7 is dead, long live Windows Phone 8 right? Not so fast. WP8 is certainly Microsoft’s new weapon of choice for competing in the smartphone space — with no further OS updates planned for WP7 beyond the customizable homescreen in the 7.8 release – but the older of the two WP siblings could still have a vital role to play in helping Redmond gain significant marketshare.

How significant a share? Analyst house Gartner believes Windows Phone will move into joint second place, with Apple’s iOS, by 2016 — with each taking around a fifth of the smartphone market (and Android continuing to gobble the lion’s share).

Predicting so far ahead in such a fast-paced space as mobile is super tricky to say the least. Who knows who — or what — will have arrived to disrupt the market by then? But what is interesting about the prediction is Gartner is factoring in an extended and expanded role for the apparently defunct WP7.

The analyst is calculating Microsoft’s mobile marketshare based on the assumption that Nokia — the most bridge-burning committed Windows Phone OEM (even if HTC is suddenly claiming its ‘the new face of Windows Phone’) — will expand its use of WP7 to offer mid market handsets that are priced cheaply enough to compete with Android’s low-end reach, thereby fuelling Windows Phone’s growth.

The wider point here is that much of the growth in the smartphone market will come from the low end in the coming years as users of basic feature phones upgrade to affordable smartphones.

In this scenario, the rise of Windows Phone is not about shiny high-end WP8 smartphones persuading buyers to ditch Android or iOS — but rather budget devices being sold by the truckload to mobile users in emerging markets.

Or, in other words, it’s phones with even fewer frills than the budget Nokia Lumia 610, rather than top of the line flagships such as Nokia’s forthcoming Lumia 920, that will be doing the heavy lifting for Windows Phone.


“Nokia needs the volumex,” Gartner analyst Roberta Cozza tells TechCrunch. ”Because for them revenue coming from hardware is key so at the moment with [their legacy OS] Symbian declining very rapidly, the lower end of Android is eating into what Symbian used to cover so they need something there.

“Nokia tried with the [Lumia] 610 in part but it’s not gone that low [in price] yet, and I think that by the end of 2013 they will have to grow the portfolio and include more mid-tier devices — and I think they could do it with Microsoft.”

“Obviously Microsoft and Nokia have a kind of special relationship — Microsoft will have to be ready to allow Nokia to work on the overall device in order to reach those price points but our assumption has been driven by the fact that we believe that that can happen,” Cozza adds. ”In some of these emerging markets smartphone applications are not really a key consideration — it’s just to make and put into the market a device with an OS that can scale down to those prices.”

Cozza doesn’t believe a low-end role for WP7 means it will avoid the scrapheap indefinitely — but plugging a gap in Nokia’s portfolio gives it a few more years in play, alongside WP8. ”It’s just an interim thing — because WP8 will not [currently] scale down, it’s going to take some time to make it scale down to certain price points and Nokia cannot really do it with that platform because it requires high end specs,” she notes.

However there’s a big problem with this picture: Nokia already has a mobile OS for emerging markets — the Series 40 OS — which it’s using on its Asha series of low end quasi-smartphones. So instead of turning to WP7 to expand its volumes, Nokia could focus on further developing Series 40.

Which way Nokia chooses to jump — WP7 or Series 40 — is “really very unclear at the moment”, says Cozza, although she also points out that the investment of time and money required to maintain OS autonomy may be a luxury Nokia can no longer afford. The once Mighty Finn has shed considerable headcount, expertise and assets since signing up to Windows Phone — and is running a huge operating loss.

If Microsoft is going to achieve its goal of gaining significant smartphone marketshare in the coming years, it looks like Ballmer and Co. are more dependent on Nokia than ever. You could say Steve Ballmer needs to point at Stephen Elop and say: ‘I love that company’.
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Errrr, and why can't Win8 be put into low-cost devices? Usually the cost-cutting comes from hardware choices. Even by next year, low-cost hardware should be able to run Win8 pretty smoothly; as a UI, Metro is very barebones which helps. Win7 is dead.
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