20.3.2013 06:00 Digitoday testaa torstaina myyntiin tulevan Lumia 620:n. Puhelin on tärkeä, sillä se näyttää, miten Nokian valitsema strategia huippupuhelinten ominaisuuksien tuomisesta keskisarjaan toimii.
Lumia920 VS Iphone 5
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I came across this interesting comparison on YouTube and the camera on mid-ranger Lumia 720impresses once again in low-light!! The reviewer has pitted it against Apple Flagship iPhone 5. Even before you label it as an unfair comparison, let me remind you that Lumia 720 boasts of largest aperture of F/1.9 seen on any smartphone and hence offers great low light imaging.
So, coming to comparison, the reviewer has clicked picture of a Lumia with both iPhone 5 and Lumia 720 and the comparison between the images is not done on a PC, but while still on the device only. It is easy to note that Lumia 720 gathers more light and the resulting image is brighter than what has been capture with iPhone 5. The comparison could have been better, had they tried to shoot a darker object here, as that will show the real difference between light capture from both cameras. Check the video below.
Taas ottaa iippari kuokkaan ja vastassahan saman hintaluokan Lumia 720... vai miten se meni. :D :D
Pros : Gorgeous design, responsive UI, Nokia’s exclusive apps are genuinely good.Cons : Heavy in the hand, WP8 still lags in the app stakes.Rating : 9 out of 10. Editor's Choice!
Considering this has been my first exposure to Windows Phone 8 I have been very impressed with the operating system. I know from the comments of others that it’s a very efficient OS, even so, I have been amazed at how well the 520′s 1GHz S4 processor has coped. When doing system tasks it is speedy and I haven’t had any of the frustrating lag that a similar spec’ed Android handset would exhibit. When running apps, however, I do feel the lack of RAM may be inhibiting it rather.
Reception has also been exceptional. I visited my parents yesterday, who live in what seems to be a bubble of dead air for mobiles on any network. The Nokia picked up signal where no other phone I tried could manage. Something well worth considering if you’re out in the sticks.
Overall my first 36 hours with the Lumia 520 has been very positive. I am looking forward to seeing how our relationship develops; I will, of course, keep you informed of all our intimate details.
While we'll reserve a final judgement until our full review we can say that, for us, this is one of the most immediately appealing budget Lumia models from Nokia so far. The fact that it's Windows Phone 8 means it will be a hard sell to anyone established on Android or iOS as despite some leaps and bounds the platform is limping behind the competition. However, for non-power users there's nothing wrong with it and this could be where the Lumia 520 fits like a glove in both price and capability.
Taas uusi testi briteistä 720'sta, taas pidetään kyllä mutta vain kolme tähteä koska 620 on parempi..
OverallThe 720 is a decent smartphone that on the whole succeeds in bringing some of the innovations seen in the top end Nokia Lumia 920 to the mid-range price bracket.
This means there is a lot to like about the Lumia 720, with it carrying all the business-friendly features of Windows Phone 8 with the added bonus of Nokia's own location services.
However, featuring the same processor and memory as the far cheaper 620 the device doesn't offer stellar performance for the cost.
Still, for users looking to test the Windows Phone water, the 720 is a very good entry level option for businesses.
Concluding, the Nokia Lumia 620 is a great device in this price range. It has great build quality, a great display, an above average camera, really loud speakers, and performs great too, but the software is a weak point if you are looking for lots of apps and games. But if you are looking for a Windows phone 8 device and don’t want to invest a lot, then this might be the most complete device you can get for the price. Retailing for Rs. 14,999/- on the Nokia online store and lesser in other retail stores, the Lumia 620 is the best mid range device that Nokia has ever produced.
The Lumia 520 is yet another sign that Nokia has rediscovered its common touch. The combination of understated design, capable performance and a generous bundle of software make it quite simply the best-value smartphone on the market. Welcome back, Nokia. You've been sorely missed.
Theres a lot to like about the Nokia Lumia 720. As a device, the design is fantastic and the build quality is great. It might not be the slimmest, or boast the greatest specs, but it is a nice comfortable phone to use day-to-day.
But it sits close to the excellent Lumia 620 in terms of some of the specs, which might be its downfall. Where the Lumia 620 feels like a great performer for the low cost, the Lumia 720 doesnt feel like the step-up it perhaps should be. That might not be a problem if youre after a larger display, but youre paying that little extra for it.
READ: Nokia Lumia 620 review
That said, theres a lot that the Lumia 720 does well. The camera is great and Nokias additions to Windows Phone 8 make it difficult to ignore.
Overall, if youre in the market for a mid-range Windows Phone, then certainly take a look at the Lumia 720, but see if the Lumia 620 will meet your needs.
Lumia 810: erinomainen puhelin, huono operaattori.
The Nokia Lumia 810 is a fantastic mid-tier phone that is unfortunately dragged down by the performance of its carrier. While it's true that the same hardware is available on different networks (the Lumia 822 on Verizon and the Lumia 820 on AT&T), the simple but attractive design of the Lumia 810 is exclusive to the carrier, which is sure to disappoint many.
For an 800 x 480 display, the screen of the Lumia 810 truly shines (see what I did there?), the battery life is great, and the performance is surprisingly heavy-hitting for a handset that isn't even considered to be top-of-the-line. It's a shame that such a pretty -- but not quite perfectly designed -- phone is only available on such a poor-quality network, as it's just not worth suffering through the weak signals and spotty coverage.
If it's the affordable price and respectable action under the hood that attracts you to the Lumia 810, suck it up and go with one of the less attractive but better connected variants from either Verizon or AT&T.
Considering its price, the Lumia 520 is an impressive handset. Like all Nokia phones it feels well made, and it's a much more interesting design than the boring Android slabs you tend to get at this price point. We have no complaints about performance, and the camera is superb for a budget phone, at least in daylight. It's a Budget Buy Windows Phone 8 handset. However, the Lumia 620 does give you an awful lot more, including a more pleasing design, a better screen and superior low-light performance from its camera, so we think is worth the extra £50-£60.
We really like the Lumia 720. Nokia has made a well-balanced smartphone which could be exactly what Windows Phone 8 needs. It offers decent performance at a more than decent price.
Meni samalla PC ADVISORin Windows -puhelinten sijalle 1.
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Uhmapeluri kirjoitti:Nokia Lumia 720 review - Windows phone offers high-end performance at a decent price Build Quality: Features: Value for Money: Performance: Overall: We really like the Lumia 720. Nokia has made a well-balanced smartphone which could be exactly what Windows Phone 8 needs. It offers decent performance at a more than decent price.Meni samalla PC ADVISORin Windows -puhelinten sijalle 1.Group test: what's the best Windows phone?The best Windows phones you can buy today
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Hakija kirjoitti:10.5. on todella pitkä aika, sitten kun siinä on edellä vielä helatorstai ja seuraavana viikonloppu niin pahoin pelkään, että tuohon saa lisätä ainakin sen 3pv lisää ennen kuin puhelin kourassa.
10.5. on todella pitkä aika, sitten kun siinä on edellä vielä helatorstai ja seuraavana viikonloppu niin pahoin pelkään, että tuohon saa lisätä ainakin sen 3pv lisää ennen kuin puhelin kourassa.
Taas on tykätty 520'sta:
If you're looking for a cheap smartphone, you may have just found it. The Nokia Lumia 520 doesn't tick all the boxes on our features wishlist, but it capably handles those that are most important. Windows Phone 8 is a beautiful operating system, but it still lacks apps. If you can get past this and don't mind sacrificing some performance and connectivity, the Lumia 520 is a strong budget buy.
520/521 tulee olemaan sellainen hitti ympäri maailman, että oksat pois (ainakin WP-maailmassa):
Kudos and praise should be given to the team at Nokia, who have crafted a stellar experience at an incredibly low price point, which makes the Lumia 520 an easy low-end smartphone recommendation.
Hyvin sopii Lumiat firmoille tämän kirjoittajan mukaan:
The above features and support services indicate to us that the Nokia Lumia Series of smartphones is well placed to be considered by many businesses, both small and large, especially if the company already uses Windows for its company PCs.
Kyllä vähän kyrsii nämä tällaiset:
Testaaja tykkää aikalailla kaikesta Lumia 521'ssa, apsien vähyyttä valittelee mutta toisaalta taas 'love' Nokia Smart Shoot'ia jne.
Loppupäätelmäkin alkaa ihan järkevästi:
For the price, the Nokia Lumia 521 is the best low-cost smartphone you can get on T-Mobile right now.
That said, Windows Phone and its lack of apps isn't for everyone. If you want an inexpensive, capable smartphone, and you don't need unfettered access to all the hottest new apps, the Lumia 521 is a solid choice. But if it's apps you're after, you're better off with the iPhone 5%displayPrice% at %seller%, which has the best app selection there is, though it's significantly more pricey. The same goes for the HTC One%displayPrice% at %seller% and Samsung Galaxy S 4. Both phones have a much greater app selection, along with better cameras, bigger displays, and faster processors. But both phones are a lot more expensive than the 521.
Lisäksi siinä 'Vertaile vastaavia tuotteita' -ruudussa on mallit Lumia 521, Lumia 928, iPhone 5 ja Galaxy S4.
Toisaalta, onhan tuo ihan hirvittävän imartelevaa 521'lle, että sitä verrataan ainoastaan maailman parhaisiin malleihin :) Siitä huolimatta käsittämätöntä, että pisteet annetaan sen mukaan kun tuotetta verrataan 4 - 6 kertaa kalliimpiin 'vastaaviin tuotteisiin'.
The Nokia Lumia 925 is the Lumia that you really want. That much is clear to almost anyone who holds the device.
The Lumia 925 looks like a great phone; it might even be my next phone. But as HTC's struggles show, just having a great phone, nowadays, isn't enough.
The Nokia Lumia 520 is a great little smartphone. It delivers what Nokia is known for, with good design and build quality, despite the affordable price point. A few hardware shortcuts have been made, knocking out the flash, front camera and NFC, for example, which the slightly more expensive Lumia 620 offers.
But at this price there's little to criticise. It's a competent smartphone, delivering the Windows Phone 8 experience aptly, so if you're in the market for a smartphone that won't cost the earth, it's well worthy of consideration. If you have a few pounds more, however, then it's worth looking at the Lumia 620 too.
The Nokia Lumia 928 is easily Verizon’s finest Windows Phone 8 device, and with its advanced camera abilities, it may well be the nicest Windows Phone 8 device in the USA as well. Until another Windows Phone 8 device comes along with a metal body, on the other hand, the Nokia Lumia 925 will continue to roll with that title worldwide.
The Lumia 928 is easily Microsoft's best chance of attracting customers on Verizon's network, and at just $99 on contract, Nokia's latest flagship is considerably cheaper than other high-end alternatives. Even though Windows Phone still has a ways to go before it reaches parity with Android and iOS, the Lumia 928's attractive design, great AMOLED display, and fantastic camera should squash most concerns one may have about making the leap. If you're a Verizon customer who has been thinking about moving to Windows Phone but have been patiently waiting for the right device, the Lumia 928 is the phone you've been looking for.
An excellent camera and this month’s best battery life make the Lumia 720 our favourite mid-range smartphone.
Click to EnlargeThe Lumia 521 is an entry-level Windows Phone that offers a lot for much less than other devices. For just $129 (without a contract), shoppers get an attractive and compact design, a capable camera and a user-friendly interface that will please smartphone newbies. Nokia did sacrifice some features -- such as LTE support, a high-res screen and a front-facing camera -- to achieve such an aggressive price. The battery life could also be better. Overall, though, the Lumia 521 can save you hundreds versus other carriers while providing a well-rounded experience.
The Lumia 928 is not the smartphone that’s going to catapult Windows Phone to a massive gain in US marketshare. It’s too mild, too iterative for that. But what it will do -what it’s already doing- is bringing what remains of the buzz surrounding the Lumia 920 to the nation’s largest wireless carrier. Is it a little late? Yes. But is it a good thing? Also yes.
From an industry-watching perspective, the Lumia 928 may be more exciting as a portent of things to come – it’s tempting to speculate that it’s the canary in the coal mine of the Nokia/AT&T exclusivity relationship. But more importantly: it’s still exciting in its own right as a very capable WP8 device -and a very capable smartphone in general- on a very large network. If you are already, or are thinking of becoming, a Verizon Wireless customer, this is the high-end Windows Phone you’ve been waiting for.
Probably not right now. Windows Phone is getting much, much better, and it will be getting some more improvements this summer with Windows Phone 8.1, but since we're just a few months away from that, you may as well wait and see.
Further, this is a mid-cycle upgrade from Nokia. It released the 920 more than half a year ago, and the 928 has the same guts, just with a better screen, a different, lighter body, and the new flash. Those are GREAT upgrades, but you'll likely be seeing this same great camera and flash in a new top-tier phone, launched with the new Windows Phone software sooner rather than later.
In the meantime though, if you need-need a new phone right now, want to try WP, and the camera is a priority, yes, definitely check this out. At the very least, at $100 it's a cheaper option than what you'll find in Android and iOS land.
I think I have found it, the Windows Phone device that will draw me, a diehard Android user for the last 4 years to move over.
Hyvä, erittäin perusteellinen ja perusteltu testi 925'stä:
The Lumia 925 isn’t just the best Windows Phone by far; it’s also one of the best smartphones available today. It’s proof that you don’t need to have the most insane specs on paper to provide an excellent all-round smartphone experience. It’s proof that, in a world of me-too handsets, it’s still possible to offer a device that stands out, with beautiful hardware design and an incredible camera that allows real people – not imaging experts – to take amazing photos. And it’s proof that, even for all the difficulties – and, yes, failures – Nokia has endured in recent years, it’s still got what it takes to put up a damned good fight.
When I first met the Lumia 925, I liked it. Now that I’ve spent more time with it, and even in spite of its flaws, I think I’m in love. I’ll never be able to look at my 920 in the same way again.
So what's in a sixth lens element? If the Nokia Lumia 925 is anything to go by, a better camera. We'd be inclined to call it the best all-round camera phone on the market based on our early impressions, trouncing the Android competition. Clearly also performing better than the Lumia 920 too, it's clear that Nokia isn't resting on its low-light laurels, pushing its own low-light champion off its thrown.
To add to Nokia's imaging credentials, the expected PureView announcement should unveil the EOS, a camera phone coupling image stabilisation with a 41-megapixel sensor. This means by the end of July, Nokia could well have both detail, and low-light in the bag - watch this space.
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