You Are Browsing ‘Nokia’ Category

IBM Lotus Notes Traveler Roughly a month ago we wrote that IBM Lotus Notes Traveler should already work on Windows Phone 8. This was due to Nokia’s own product page for the Lumia 920 showing support for the email software in question (original article here). As those who have tried to get this to work should know – it just isn’t supported yet. However, support for this will follow in Q1, 2013. A Nokia employee who wanted to remain anonymous reached out to me and stated that IBM Lotus Notes Traveler is coming to Windows...

AT&T Nokia Lumia 920 red Nokia today pushed out the awaited PR1.1 update for the Nokia Lumia 920 and Lumia 820 in the States and Canada. A few days ago we wrote that PR1.1 will remove fuzziness from images taken with the Lumia 920. The rest of the world will receive this update in early February, 2013. Today’s update brings the following enhancements to the Lumia 920 and Lumia 820: Enhancements in Messaging More efficient and reliable Bluetooth connectivity More efficient and reliable start-up sequence Enhancements in imaging...

The video above proves that the Nokia Lumia 920 is one extremely good video camera, too. The embedded video is a music video that is recorded with a Nokia Lumia 920. Image stabilization and great low-light performance is what brings the video above alive. This video is filmed exclusively with the new Nokia Lumia 920, while my friends performed a live session at their studio in Copenhagen, Denmark. Nowadays, you can shoot some incredible nice videos with even your cellphone! I was lucky to borrow the new Nokia Lumia 920 to test the camera...

Nokia Lumia Windows RT Tablet A Nokia Windows tablet has been rumored for at least a year now. Last summer there were random leaks of this tablet, and even Marko Ahtisaari, Nokia VP of Design, claimed that one third of his time is around a Nokia tablet. Today, these rumors are brought back to life by supply chain sources in Taiwan. DigiTimes writes that a Nokia Tablet, possibly called Nokia Lumia tablet, will be announced at Mobile World Congress in February, 2013. Nokia originally planned to develop a 10-inch Windows RT tablet equipped...

Nokia Lumia 920 PR1.1 camera Engadget reports that the Nokia Lumia 920 will see great improvement in its camera with an upcoming update dubbed PR1.1. The current release is branded as PR1.0. Even though the Nokia Lumia 920 sports a very good camera and sensor together with the floating lens layout, some reviewers noted that it took a bit fuzzy pictures. Pre-production units didn’t have this problem, so it’s a bit weird that the release software made image quality actually worse. Luckily this fuzziness will go away in the new...

Nokia Lumia 800 official Windows Phone 8 WP7.nl reports that the awaited Windows Phone 7.8 update is now live in the Netherlands. The site reports that their Lumia 800 today received the update through Zune. The update was delivered as 4 individual updates, first a Nokia Update for Windows Phone, then from 7.10.8773 to 7.10.8779.8, then 7.10.8783, and finally to 7.10.8858.136. The OS build is exactly the same as what was earlier this week discovered on Navifirm. We haven’t seen reports of this update being live in other parts...

Posted on Dec 14 2012 - 7:33pm by Jonne Eilimö
#0

Nokia Conversations Hacked The Nokia Conversations site was apparently just hacked. There’s a post titled Hacked, and a text content displaying the word ‘Hacked’. If the following post doesn’t make sense, it’s probably because it’s written by someone outside of Nokia. Could we get a bogus “Nokia turning Android” post? ...

Nokia Juggernaut Alpha WP8 MyNokiaBlog today received an image of an interesting looking proto Lumia device, which is believed to be the Juggernaut (Alpha). If the hand holding the device is considered normal, then the Juggernaut is a massive device, possibly in the size range of the Samsung Galaxy Note II with a 5.5-inch screen. The device sports the usual prototype text, “Property of Nokia. Not for sale.” This could be an older prototype since the Windows button carries WP7 branding instead of WP8. The OS again is either...