Video: Usporedba specifikacija iPhonea 5 i Lumije 920

Britanski T3 je napravio usporedni video nove Lumije 920 i iPhona 5. Po većini karakteristika, Lumija 920 je daleko inovativniji uređaj od novog iPhona, kojem su jedne od važnijih i naglašenih karakteristika, mogućnost snimanja panoramskih fotografija te USB konektor koji je u biti dodatni izdatak za nove vlasnike. Pogledajte video.

Na jučerašnjoj anketi Wired magazina, Lumija 920 uvjerljivo vodi na listi pametnih uređaja koje njihovi čitatelji žele kupiti. Nokia je ozbiljno zainteresirala javnost te napokon ima jedan vrhunski konkurentni uređaj. Sada treba iskoristiti ponovljenost iPhonea i ugrabiti dio njihovih kupaca.


  • EricLovesSymbian

    EricLovesSymbian says:

    Here’s a whacky idea…

    The same way the amazing phenomenal wonderful Symbian BELLE FP2 running Nokia 808 (from 2012) had its own GPU and other optimizations from Nokia to enable a behemoth 41 MP camera on it running less than a gig of RAM, and the how the rancid, garbage junk Windows operating system, [the] Nokia 1020 made due with just an S4 choosers, can’t Nokia put in another 835 to make it a dual 835 phone, dedicated it to just camera features, pop in a 32 MP camera in there, and wow us?

    Or put in two 32 MP cameras that share two separate 835 chipsets?

    If they are already attempting to charge $700 for a phone that one plus (5) sells for $480, might as well include it to justify the price, or, increase the price by $35-$50 and sell us something truly unique!

    This will mute all the Samsung people and iPhone people and cause Nokia to shine!

    Oh, and about the battery life? Make the second 835 work only when the camera is activated… Otherwise, no idling, no ghosting, no vampire draining, etc… And please, if any human being has any ties to Nokia, or can have them read these articles and posts, please put in a battery with at least 3600 mAh. Please!!! (I would honestly love 4000 mAh in a flagship)

    I just bought another Android phone for fun, the ZTE Max XL with a 3990 mAh battery, and Android 7.1.1 and it seems to be pretty good.

    My LG X power with a 4000 mAh battery is extremely good!

    I want Nokia to have this!

    This is my plea

    • EricLovesSymbian

      EricLovesSymbian says:

      S4 chipset. Not choosers.
      This stupid autocorrect nonsense picked the incorrect word.

      ” Proper English is key to success ” (as the saying goes)

    • I don’t think that will be economical for Nokia to include two SD835’s. They will have to design a new mother board two fit two SD835’s then they will have to tweak them so that both 2 processors are active while using camera and only one is active during normal usage. There is no use of two SD835’s beyond camera. The phone will also get chunky and might heat up and if one 41MP was so huge on 808PV what would be the size of two 32MP sensors on a phone. Just imagine LOL. I don’t think that is practical. BTW Nokia is never afraid to take wild decisions and that is one of the reasons we love Nokia. Right? IMO The size of that phone will be almost similar to Samsung Galaxy K ZOOM. 😛

    • apamau

      maybe Nokia could start something like what xiaomi did with their Laser Projector, do it in kickstart, name a price. and if it hit the goal, produce it. if it did not hit the goal, scrap it. We all want an improvised 41mp camera. Continue the legend of N8 and 1020. Let us decide.

  • Michael

    Is this really a big deal anymore? Can someone tell me who makes the lenses for Samsung S8 and Iphone 7? Leica has some kind of agreement with Huawei and I’m not all that impressed with the results from my P9. Decent results, but not what I’d expect from a Leica partnership.

    From a marketing standpoint, absolutely, but from a picture quality standpoint, I don’t see anything to get excited about. My Nokia Lumia 920 photos were good for the time (and Apple/Samsung at the time produced comparable results), but looking at them now, they don’t stand up to what the camera phones today can produce.

    If they do bring a recognized name, the sensor and software better be up to task so they produce results that exceed Samsung and Apple.

  • Canon and Nikon make lenses for Mobiles too?

    • Don’t know 🙂 Doubt it, but why not start. Arto was corrected btw 🙂

      • I would still stick to Zeiss 🙂 Tried and Tested 🙂 😛

  • Viccky maurya

    Lets see….

    • EricLovesSymbian

      EricLovesSymbian says:

      I agree 100%

      I’m thinking…. In 2010, Nokia worked on a replacement for the world-class N8, and gave us the incredible 808.
      This means that at that time, over FIVE YEARS AGO, Symbian could allow 41 MPs and in 2017 Android cannot?

      Also, Symbian did this with less than one gig of RAM! In 2017, these phones with 4 gigs or 8 gigs, cannot do it? Really? Think about it!

      For as advanced as bland simple basic Android is (compared to Symbian), it still can’t match it? Show how pathetic it is.

      Also, with Symbian, you could take photos with the flash, LED or xenon, all the way til the battery died! 0% … With Android you can’t. At less than 5% or less than 10% the LED flash, and also, the flashlight do not work!

      This is so lame!

      (I honestly want to copy and paste this post on every electronic website, along with the 41 MP statement from above)

      Symbian was truly ahead of its time!

      • I think they can make it work on Android with some tweaks like they did with WindowsPhonne Nokia Lumia 1020

  • Rocky

    Since ZEISS still in partnership with Microsoft, maybe they use Schneider Kreuznach optics for alternative