1520 Reasons To Switch!
Apple and Android giving its best shot with the iPhone 5S and Sony Z1 respectively.
What about Nokia? Well, you can see that for yourself next month, Nokia is about to launch its new monster windows phone, which is none other than the Nokia Lumia 1520!
What does Nokia have, to stand out of the crowd?
- They have the hardware.
- They have the software.
- They have the quality.
- They have the features.
- They have the support
- Last but not least, Nokia Fans!
Talking about the service that Nokia offers, Nokia’s support would be there for no less than 2 years. Nokia N8 was released in the year 2010 nevertheless we have updates rolling out now & then and that is the Quality of Service provided by Nokia which is not provided by the other mobile companies.
Going on for the apps, It hardly a year since WP8 was launched tons of new apps and there are more interesting apps to be rolled out soon.
We have loads of features packed in one single device. The Nokia Lumia 1520 is expected to have a 20MP pureview technology ( the best Camera) , featuring a dual image signal processor to help render photos more quickly, supporting for 4K video at 30 FPS and 2K video at 60 FPS, 4G LTE, WIFI Off-Loading, voice recognition, short-range radio technology for wireless payments, larger and brighter screen (1080p full HD) with blameless resolution and amazing built-in maps for navigation.
The exact specification for Lumia 1520 is yet to be revealed, but we have a leaked spec of 1520 which is given below:
So far, the reported hardware specifications of the Nokia Lumia 1520 point to a 2.3 quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor, 2GB RAM, 32GB of internal memory might also have a 64Gb variant, a 20-megapixel camera at the back, DTS-HD, Dolby Digital Plus and 7.1 surround sound, a supposed Full HD 6” display that will be able to take full advantage of the upcoming GDR3 update for Windows Phone 8. This new update is said to include a couple of additional columns of the smallest size tile to the operating system’s home screen, as long as said device supports 1080p resolution.
What should be added to make it better?
As i have mentioned in my earlier post, Nokia will stand out of the crowd if they run on a Quad-Core that has Pureview camera, HD display (HD recording 1080p), good battery life, rigid external , HDMI, USB on the go and good memory running on WP8 GDR3/Blue Beta.
To answer the question my previous post, for those who haven’t followed my previous post, the question is
Will iPhone 5S or Sony Z1, take over the existing market share, upsetting Nokia?
The answer is “Time”. Time will answer this and we, Nokia fans expect more from the Lumia 1520 which will make the Nokia stand out of the crowd!