On Wednesday, Nokia announced a new Windows Phone 8 member at LeWeb 2012 in Paris, the Lumia 620. The entry-level handset has the following specs:
- 3.8-inch TFT screen at WVGA resolution (800 x 480)
- 1GHz dual-core Snapdragon S4 Plus processor
- 512MB RAM
- 8GB of internal storage
- expandable by microSD (up to 64GB cards supported)
- 5-megapixel shooter with LED flash capable of recording 720p video
- Front VGA camera is for those self-portraits
- WiFi or WCDMA 3G
- NFC & Bluetooth 3.0 taking care of all your sharing and pairing
It also has a “Dual-shot color” Continue reading
Finally, after much waiting, Microsoft and Skype announced the much awaited Skype app for Windows Phone, although it’s still in Beta. Apparently, compatible devices are the second gen Windows Phones including the Nokia Lumia Family Phones 710, 800 and 900 (and most probably the new Lumia 610 – more details on this one soon). This Beta version will allow free audio and video calls over Wifi or 3g, plus also paid calls. Continue reading
I ordered my Nokia Lumia 800 last Monday (12/12/2011) during a Cyber Monday sale on Amazon.de. Tuesday Morning shipped and on Wednesday in the afternoon was in my hands 🙂 Let me tell you, it’s awesome!! It’s really nice to handle and a joy to use. The Windows Phone OS is amazing on this device.
I’ll updating the site with more info as I continue using the amazing features of WP7. Till then happy WP7ing 🙂 More pictures of my new gadget after the break… Continue reading
While surfing, I found this great website showing all the latest applications that are available for Windows Phone 7 smart phones. You can go, browse and search the marketplace from here.
Something noteworthy of is that the WP7 marketplace is growing at a rate of about 400 apps per week, which is awesome.
In less than an hour, the new Windows Phone 7 OS will be unveiled by Microsoft. The launch is going to be held in NYC where they will announce the details surrounding Windows Phone 7 launch dates and devices. Engadget is going to be live there and you can read what’s happening from this link or else watch the live presentation from Microsoft here.