I will be writing a new series of blogs called ‘giffgaff throwback review’. I will review devices that have been forgotten about and discussing the pros and cons of these devices. To start of this series, I will be reviewing the Nokia 3310.
Smart phones at a smart prices, that’s been the name of the game since the Google Nexus 4 smashed price expectations at under £300. But there are some great phones to be had for under £200 - check out our top 5.
On Tuesday, Nokia announced their latest smartphone. The Lumia 925 provides advanced camera functionality on a smartphone that’s been slimmed down since previous models. It also features an organic LED display and Microsoft’s Windows Phone 8 operating system.
Good evening, giffgaffers! After the first course last week, we're back again for the full review of the Nokia Lumia 620. The article below strives to be inclusive, so you may find that there is repeated information from the previous article - my apologies for this if you find it disruptive. Without further ado, let's get into the review!
In this article, we'll be looking at the cheapest Windows Phone 8 device ever made: The Nokia Lumia 620. The Lumia 620 is half the price of the flagship Lumia model, yet offers comparable performance. That makes it a tempting entry level Windows Phone from a trusted manufacturer.
What follows are my first impressions of the Nokia Lumia 620; a prelude to the full review that will be made available next week.
Windows Phone 8 has just launched and looks set to offer consumers an exciting alternative to a market currently crowded with iOS and Android device. Here’s a look at some of the new features that help it stand out from the crowd
Nokia have been struggling in the smartphone market for the past few years. Once the world’s top manufacturer of mobile phones, Nokia’s recent handsets have been outsold by rival handsets such as the Apple iPhone 5 and the Samsung Galaxy S III.
Over the past year, Nokia have switched to Microsoft’s Windows Phone operating system in an attempt to take on Apple and Samsung. This started with the launch of the Lumia 800 smartphone in November last year: a handset running version 7.5 of the Windows Phone operating system.
With the Lumia 920, Nokia are taking things to the next level in their fight back. The Lumia 920 features a whole range of new and unique technologies including PureView camera technology (improved low-light photography and optical image stabilisation), super sensitive touch (the ability to use a capacitive touchscreen with your gloves on) and wireless charging. It also comes with the latest version of Microsoft’s Windows Phone 8 operating system which adds a revamped start screen, NFC support, digital camera lenses and more.
In this article, we take an in-depth look at the Lumia 920 and the hardware innovations that Nokia have introduced. We’ll also look at how the Lumia 920 compares to the Apple iPhone 5 and the Samsung Galaxy S III and when it’ll be available on the market.