No idea but whoever makes them has a YouTube channel though
Just saying I have never seen a nokia with a broken screen........... And Nokia has this sort of magical power to never break (have no idea how it works I mean it still uses gorilla glass and such)
I too would love a nokia, if only it ran android or the Now defunct meego ^^
That's what I'm thinking. I've had enough sleepless nights waiting for roms on my Thunderbolt, no reason to get another device to worry about :P
I wanted an N9 but I already had an Galaxy at that time and would have been a waste of money ^^ quite sad though the N9 was fluid and quick
Talk about being creative check out the BoomCase Store
Whoever said the ghetto blaster was dead never told the guy who decided to create the BoomCase
Reminds me of my all-time favorite footnote in Sony's DAP manuals:
What I really like about Nokias phones (apart from being finnish lol) is that they're at least trying to go their own way. In a world where you can barely distinguish an Android from another Android or an iPhone because they all seem to copy eachother, you get this:
Pretty unique. So, refreshing to see. Now, I haven't tried the windows 8 phone (or whatever it's called) but I tried the last lumia with mango, and what a design. What an experience.
Technically speaking, I don't know which would be the better phone out of say galaxy iii, iphone 5 and lumia 920. But I'll tell that there's only one of them that makes me genuinely happy to look at, and that's the lumia. Also, this may be redundant since you already think that I'm a nokia fanboy (I've own one, back in '94) - but lumia 920 may very well be my next phone.
Last but not least, if and when I do get my windows 8 phone, I'll start developing apps for it.
Actually, I'm even born in Finland, or as they say: Winland.
I think, to be honest, that Nokia has been in an economic crisis, and still are in somewhat bad shape. I remember their CEO making remarks about using Android is like pissing in the snow, or something like that. The thing is that they haven't flourished quite like the other mobile giants, and I think a major part is the lack of Android. While the other giants were thriving and selling phones to the left and right, Nokia were still experimenting with Sybians, Linux and whatnot. They've always made pretty and quality phones, but with the lack of Android, or some other big system, they just haven't been right on the inside, so to say. Code wise, that is.
Now, with Windows 8 I think that might change. I think it might mean that the ecosystem of Windows might actually grow. I can see a reason to buy a windows 8 phone, being that your tablet is windows 8 and desktop being it too. Who knows .. we'll just have to wait and see. As for apps, I'm not dependant on them - I want my phone to be a smartphone/PDA yes, but I can live without the thousands of games and fart machines that are out there now.
The Lumia 920 is quite unique and shows that Nokia is actually trying to do something new. I'm getting so tired of the usual Android/iPhone clones, so seeing what Nokia does now is not only refreshing, but also kind of stylish.
My phone right now is a feature phone. I had a cheap ZTE Android phone earlier until the screen broke, so I have to use my crappy feature phone until I buy something new. It works for calling though (though SMS is quite a hassle..), so no stress.