Wednesday, 24 October 2012

Nokia Lumia 510 now in India

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Nokia Lumia 510 going to launch in India




Its really a good News for Nokia Phone lovers in India, Nokia is going to Launch his New Nokia Lumia 510 for Indian markets in coming month of November.

The New Nokia Lumia 510 is very similar like its previous version of Nokia Lumia 610 but Lumia 510 consists of some interesting features and style.

The Lumia 510 will come in red, yellow, cyan, white and black and cost around $199.The device will be available in India, China and “other Asia-Pacific countries and South America”.



Some Key Features: 
  • Smartphone
  • Windows Phone 7.5
  • 4-inch WVGA Display
  • 5 megapixels Camera
  • 256MB RAM
  • 4GB internal memory
  • 800MHz Qualcomm processor



So, whats your views about to buy Latest Lumia 510, Don’t forget to comment just below the post. Thanks
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Thursday, 4 October 2012

Nokia My Commute for Nokia Drive 3.0 hits the road

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Nokia My Commute for Nokia Drive 3.0 hits the road


Nokia My Commute, which is set to be a key feature of Nokia Drive has started to rollout. Germany is the first European country, but it’s thought the Uk, Italy and Russia will be getting the service update soon.
Nokia My Commute is set to be one of the new major improvements to the service as it not only helps you get to where you’re going a lot easier, it also learns about your driving preferences the more you use it.



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Nokia Germany has announced that My Commute has started to rollout there and that we can expect it to appear in the UK, Russia and Italy shortly. It seems the service is set up using the settings screen within Nokia Drive itself.
My Commute within Nokia Drive 3.0 works by checking your most regular routes taken, these could be the morning and evening commute home, the school run, or even the most frequent shops you head out too. It then taps into live traffic updates to help you make the journey in the most stress free and uncluttered way possible.
It seems the rollout of My Commute for Nokia Drive is dictated by the traffic information available in countries around the world. According to the guys over at AAWP, the countries that could possibly benefit from My Commute include, ‘Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Denmark, Finland, France, Greece, India, Indonesia, Ireland, Luxembourg, Mexico, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, and the UAE.’  
Check out the Nokia My Commute video and see what we can soon look forward to. 


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I hope you have enjoy and understand this video about Nokia Drive, Don't forget to comment below this post..thanks  



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Extraction review for Xbox Live on your Nokia Lumia

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Extraction review for Xbox Live on your Nokia Lumia




Extraction is the latest Xbox Live game to hit the Windows Phone Store and is ideal for your Nokia Lumia 900 or Nokia Lumia 800. The military themed game is all about defeating a zombie invasion. Find out more with our Extraction game review for Xbox Live.
Extraction, also known as Extraction: Project Outbreak, has been released by game studio Chillingo and is a zombie fighting game that owes quite a good deal to strategy games rather than FPS games.


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The game starts with a recon mission, which also acts as the basic training tutorial and it’s advised you take it otherwise you’ll soon come a cropper in the game full. That said, the actual game mechanics are quiet straight forward.
To move you simply tap the screen and you’re character will start to make his way to that location. Spot any zombies coming towards you and simply swipe across them and you’ll keep shooting until they are dead or you’ve run out of bullets.
If you run out of ammunition then the only way to survive is to open a good old fashioned can of whup-ass and frantically swipe at the zombies until you’ve beaten them into the ground. Obviously this is the most dangerous to go about things so keep your eyes peeled for ammunition and health pods that are scatted around the various zones.
What we like about the action is that you can choose multiple targets simply by swiping across them all and your character will take them out in turn. The trick is to constantly stay on the alert and to keep moving. If you stop and allow the masses of undead to get too close then you’re doomed to join heir ranks.
We’ve been playing it on our Nokia Lumia 900 and the larger 4.3-inch screen really allows you to get into the thick of the action.We’ve also tried it on our Nokia Lumia 610 but sadly, it needs more than 256MB of RAM to run Extraction so the game won’t run on the budget handset – one of only a few Xbox Live games to fail so far
Extraction has that feel of classic shooting games but the 3D graphics bring it nicely to life and give it a raw and gritty feel. It comes with four game modes in the full version: Extermination, Rescue, Repair and Escort and the developers claim there are a good 4 – 5 hours of gaming fun to be had if you work your way steadily through it.
With each level played you can gain XP that in turn allows you to buy new equipment and improve your chances of survival.
Extraction costs 79p and comes with a free trial so you can check out whether you want to splash out on this rather fun and exciting Xbox Live game.




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Get a feel for Nokia’s super sensitive touch displays

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Get a feel for Nokia’s super sensitive touch displays

Hai friends today here i am going to explore the best quality of touch screen that is non other than Nokia Lumia 920.


We love our smartphones so much that we don’t just use them; we touch, swipe, tap and pinch them. They’re very human gestures and it is one reason why we have become so attached to these devices. They’re playful and easy to use.
Nokia is now taking this relationship even further with new super sensitive touch displays.
This new ability to use the touch screen with your nails, or even with your gloves on, is the biggest leap forward for capacitive touchscreens since multi-touch gestures were introduced.
Super sensitive touch technology will be featured first in the PureMotion HD+ display of the Nokia Lumia 920 and the ClearBlack display of the Nokia Lumia 820.
As Nokia’s senior vice-President of Smart Devices, Kevin Shields, said at the launch of the new Windows Phone 8 smartphones:
“Nokia has been a leader in display technology, and we are setting a new standard with Super Sensitive Touch technology on the Nokia Lumia 920 and Nokia Lumia 820.”


Nails & gloves

Using a normal touchscreen is extremely tricky if you’ve got long nails – you need to angle your finger carefully. Neither can you use a pen or wear gloves.
Nokia has been working for some time – and with different partners – on getting around these problems, and were finally able to make the final leap thanks to some new hardware innovations from Synaptics. 
Nokia’s super sensitive touch displays now allows for a wonderful touchscreen user interface, regardless of the input method. Right now, there is nothing else on the market that offers the same experience.

Adaptive technology

“The technology is adaptive so it reacts to any conductive object that is touching the screen,” explains Senior Technology Manager Jussi Ropo who has worked on super sensitive touch technology. 
“In other words, whether you are using it with gloves or a nail or stylus, it will automatically adjust the sensitiveness to provide the best possible touch screen experience.”
It should also be stressed that super sensitive touch technology does not make the screen more fragile, affect the water resistance or increase the likelihood of coins or keys in your pocket accidentally making calls on your behalf. 
Watch this video all about the Nokia Lumia 920 touch censer quality over iPhone 5

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Super sensitive touch will make a big difference, not just for people with long nails or when you are wearing gloves but it enhances the whole touchscreen experience for everyone.
“What has made this possible? You need a lot of experience working with capacitive touch to be able do this. I would say it is a combination of the new hardware and the way it’s built into the phone but even more it is about knowing how to use it,” says Jussi.
Nokia gave birth to the idea of super sensitive touch displays, and then with help from component suppliers, they have now been able to fine-tune and perfect it.


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Tuesday, 2 October 2012

Nokia confirms Synaptics tech in the super sensitive Lumia 920 screen, says no chance for pocket dialling

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Nokia confirms Synaptics tech in the super sensitive Lumia 920 screen, says no chance for pocket dialling




Just as we thought, Nokia is using the latest Synaptics technology to achieve the super sensitive display on its upcoming Lumia 920 flagship, as the company confirmed in a blog post.

The technology allows that the capacitive touch display, which otherwise can be only operated with bare skin, to accept inputs from any conductive object, be it nails, gloves, styli, regular pens, or even spoons and forks, as we saw demonstrated not long ago.


























Nokia calls it "the biggest leap forward for capacitive touchscreens since multi-touch gestures were introduced", and it seems indeed so, especially if you live in colder climates, or have long painted nails.

The Finns also dispelled another rumor, that such an ultra sensitive display might get accidentally pressed in your pocket if it gets unlocked somehow, and dial or run apps, or drain the battery as it can never get into standby mode: "It should also be stressed that super sensitive touch technology does not make the screen more fragile, affect the water resistance or increase the likelihood of coins or keys in your pocket accidentally making calls on your behalf."

We can't wait to get our hands on a Lumia 920 for a pocket dialing test, but in the meantime you can read the words of Jussi Ropo, Nokia's Senior Technology Manager, about the super sensitive touch tech development in the phone:



 “The technology is adaptive so it reacts to any conductive object that is touching the screen. In other words, whether you are using it with gloves or a nail or stylus, it will automatically adjust the sensitiveness to provide the best possible touch screen experience. 
What has made this possible? You need a lot of experience working with capacitive touch to be able do this. I would say it is a combination of the new hardware and the way it’s built into the phone but even more it is about knowing how to use it.”



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So what do you think about the technologies used in Nokia Lumia 920 after watching this video, Don't forget to comment below, i come to know your view. 


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Monday, 1 October 2012

Triple Threat: Nokia Lumia 920 Vs iPhone 5 Vs Samsung Galaxy S III; The Price Point

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Triple Threat: Nokia Lumia 920 Vs iPhone 5 Vs Samsung Galaxy S III; The Price Point



Lumia 920 is hogging the limelight like it did never before. With stiff competition on the block from the reigning giants—Samsung Galaxy SIII and the iPhone5, Lumia enthusiasts had been holding their breath for the official price to be made public. And even before we could say “lumos” to see the price print, comparisons have started in regard to the price tags of its Apple and Samsung buddies. With varied pricing systems and taxes that are part of separate countries, it was tough to pinpoint the exact tag that Lumia would hold on itself.
Triple Threat

With the final revelation of the pricing, analysts and smarties who swear by their smartphones are surprised with the Lumia 920 price being about 25 percent higher as compared to Samsung S3. It is of course, more affordable than iPhone5 but as of now it is undecided as to how well the market would respond to this pricing tale over the coming weeks.
What we believe is that Nokia has brought in higher expectations from Lumia given that Samsung generally set benchmarks for Apple’s pricing too. Now if Lumia fails to impress despite its bank breaking price tag, it would really need to bite the dust on the Smartphone lane. More so—given that it comes with Windows 8 that is merely on its first outing. This holds true of global as well as Indian markets. The latter, especially has been pretty careful when it comes to splurging on such phones. Here’s a sneak peek into the price tagging for the three giants in the Smartphone sector this day.

Country
Nokia Lumia 920
iPhone 5 32 GB
Galaxy S3
Germany
649 Euros
739 Euros
550 Euros
India
40,000 INR
54990 INR
34,900 INR
Russia
24990 RUB
115000 RUB
35000 RUB
Italy
599 Euros
530 Euros
USA
199 Dollars
299 Dollars
199 Dollars
UK
517 Pounds
599 Pounds
500 Pounds




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Top 10 reasons Nokia Lumia 800 is still best selling Windows Phone

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Top 10 reasons Nokia Lumia 800 is still best selling Windows Phone




The Nokia Lumia 800 was the first Windows Phone to be launched by Nokia and to may it’s still their favourite. While we wait for the Nokia Lumia 920 and Nokia Lumia 820 WindowsPhone 8 devices to launch, it’s time to look back at what makes the Nokia Lumia 800 truly a classic.

Nokia Lumia 800
Nokia Lumia 800
The Nokia Lumia 800 is a 3.7-inch smartphone running Windows Phone 7.5 and comes with 16GB of internal storage, 8-Megapixel camera with Dual-LED Flash and Carl Zeiss optics. The unibody design is amazingly robust and we love the simple but elegant look and feel

The Nokia Lumia 800 was the first Windows Phone to be launched by Nokia and to may it’s still their favourite. While we wait for the Nokia Lumia 920 and Nokia Lumia 820 Windows Phone 8 devices to launch, it’s time to look back at what makes the Nokia Lumia 800 truly a classic.

The Nokia Lumia 800 is a 3.7-inch smartphone running Windows Phone 7.5 and comes with 16GB of internal storage, 8-Megapixel camera with Dual-LED Flash and Carl Zeiss optics. The unibody design is amazingly robust and we love the simple but elegant look and feel.

Classic design

The Nokia Lumia 800 offers a classic design that even the lawyers over at Apple recently admitted was unique and unlike anything out there. The 3.7-inch screen is made from curved glass so images pop from the screen and the minimalist design make sit a pleasure to hold and to use. On top of all this is the now legendary Nokia build quality, which assures you this phone won’t give up when lesser Android devices would!


Nokia Lumia 800

Windows Phone 7.8 update

We know the Nokia Lumia 800 won’t be getting the Windows Phone 8 update but that doesn’t mean you won’t be able to enjoy using this amazing everyday smartphone. The Windows Phone 7.8 update will bring with it a host of new features, including the new Start screen with wider display options and more varied tiles.

Continued support

Nokia will also continue to support its older devices with a bunch of new features now and more to come. Look at this way, just because a new version of your car has come out doesn’t make your current one obsolete does it, it still does what you bought it to do! That’s the way you need to look at the Nokia Lumia 800 and for that reason you’ll now find it at a bargain price.

Bargain price

Did someone say Nokia Lumia 800 at a bargain price? This has to be the Number One reason why if you’ve not already discovered the joy of a Nokia Lumia 800 you should seriously be thinking about it now.
Nokia has gone aggressive with the pricing on the Nokia Lumia 800 and you can pick it up from as little as £149 (inc. VAT) from Asda. It looks like stocks of this are low at present, so you may need to act fast or try Amazon who is selling the Nokia Lumia 800 for £199 (inc. VAT).

Nokia Drive

Nokia Drive takes your Nokia Lumia smartphone’s navigation skills on the road, with 2D and 3D mapping accompanied by voice-guided directions, Nokia Drive is the best in-car smartphone navigation tool around. What’s more, it’s the only smartphone mapping solution that offers real offline mapping to save you money, while the turn-by-turn navigation is free for the life of your phone. Now, tell us other mapping services out there offer you something similar?

Nokia Mix Radio

There are music players and then there is Nokia Mix Radio., which allows you to make the most of unlimited music on your Lumia 800. The beauty of Nokia Mix Radio is that the playlists are created by real people, not by some cranky algorithm, so you’ll find a wealth of knowledge and passion whether you love the classics, rock, or even just fancy checking out the latest chart hits!

Social Networking

Twitter, Facebook, and even LinkedIn are all front and center with the Nokia Lumia 800 and can all be added to your People hub so you don’t even need to miss a message or tweet ever again. Sure, you can add separate feeds but why would you need to when you can get everything that’s happening in your social world in one fell swoop?

Xbox Live

if it’s not social networking then its games that we love on our Nokia Lumia 800. Xbox Live has the fastest growing array of games out there and with weekly updates you can easily have the latest games as soon as they launch. What’s more you can stay connected with your gaming friends via Xbox LIVE, and even allows you to update and check your Xbox 360 avatar.

Live Tiles

Live Tiles are an often over-looked and under utilised feature of Windows Phone but we really like them. They allow you to bring a fully personalized feeling to your Nokia Lumia 800. The most common usage for Live Tiles is to add apps and games to your Nokia Lumia 800 Start screen but you can add pretty much anything, from websites, maps and even your most commonly contacted friends. The beauty is, if there is a status update you’ll find this reflected on the Live Tile, so you don’t need to go digging around to see if things have changed!

Nokia Lumia 800 camera

We’re not going to tell you that the 8-Megapixel camera on the Nokia Lumia 800 competes with the likes of PureView on the Nokia 808 but since we’ve installed Nokia Camera Extras, we’ve found that we’ve started using it even more. The main feature that has caught our imagination is the Panorama app, which has to be the easiest out there to use, as it offers up such simple but stunning results.
Right, that’s our top 10 reasons to adore the Nokia Lumia 800, so it’s over to you, why do you think it’s such a great smartphone? Let us know your thoughts in the Comments below


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Nokia Lumia 920 Vs Apple iPhone 5: the people speak

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Nokia Lumia 920 Vs Apple iPhone 5: the people speak



The Nokia Lumia 920 or the Apple iPhone 5, that’s the question that has been asked by more people over the last few weeks than any other tech question. Here we take a look at what you’ve been saying and makes for mighty interesting reading!
Recently we asked you what you thought about the Nokia Lumia 920 versus Apple iPhone 5 debate and it’s clear you've all got clearly defined opinions.

Yes, we’re a Nokia fan site and proud of it but even we were shocked by the amount of support for the Nokia Lumia 920, as well as by the general unease people seem to have about the arrival of a new iPhone. Are we on the verge of a tipping point, it looks that way!

Lumia 920 Vs iPhone 5






















The iPhone 5 is boring!


The main problem with the Apple iPhone 5 as far as you guys see it is that Apple has simply taken it’s eye off the end-game. The result being a rather boring and lacklustre offering in the Apple iPhone 5.
It’s also very clear that Apple has taken a wrong turn with its mapping decisions, making the move to Nokia and its proven sat-nav abilities an easy option for those looking for solid and reliable mapping in the form of Nokia Maps and Nokia Drive.

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Why the Nokia Lumia 920 matters


One of the things that came through come from your comments was that Nokia was often your favourite of old and in recent time you’ve started thinking of coming back and just needed the right incentive- that’s where the Nokia Lumia 920 comes in.

With a host of high-end innovations bristling under the hood, from the PureMotion HD+ display and PureView camera to NFC and wireless charging, everyone seems very excited about the prospects of what the Nokia Lumia 920 is set to deliver.

When will the Nokia Lumia 920 arrive?


The iPhone 5 is out there and selling well, which was expected, while we’re waiting for the Nokia Lumia 920 to get a launch date. This has resulted in the only frustration people seem to have amount this Windows Phone 8 – when can we get our hands on it?

So, where do your feelings lie about the Nokia Lumia 920? Curious about what it can offer, or anxious to get your hands on it? Disagree with what other NokNok readers have had to say about their choices? Let us know your feelings in the Comments below..

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