Friday, 24 October 2014

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                                                                   Windows phone

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HTC has teamed up with Windows to give you the award-winning HTC One® (M8) for Windows®. It was designed to fit naturally in your life. Paired with Cortana for a more personal smartphone experience, you’ll feel it the moment its brushed metal design rests in your palm. And with the Dot View case you can instantly access your phone, even when the case is closed.
                                                   

Make an impact with the bold, colorful design of the Nokia Lumia 1320. Get a big-screen perspective in your games, videos, and apps with the 6-inch HD display, and add a touch of magic to your photos with great photo editing apps like Nokia Creative Studio and Nokia Glam Me. And with Microsoft Office and OneDrive (formerly SkyDrive) built in, you can keep on top of your work even when away from your desk.

                                        
Boasting a beautiful 4.5-inch display and a quad-core processor, the Lumia 630 gives you a superior experience at an affordable price. Make your life easier with the newest Windows Phone features, including action center for checking notifications with one swipe. And you can make the Lumia 630 uniquely yours by changing your Start screen color and phone shell to match.


The Nokia 635 with its 4.5-inch display, quad-core processor, and personal virtual assistant Cortana gives you the flexibility and speed you need. Use up to 128 GB of phone storage for your favorite apps, games, and music, and seamlessly store your photos, videos, and files in the cloud with OneDrive. And you can easily swap colorful phone shells to suit your mood.


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Tuesday, 21 October 2014

 TechRadar's verdict

"A well built and designed budget smartphone that shows off some of the best of Nokia. It's let down by weak performance, but at the right price it's a strong offering despite an uncertain future."

There was more than a little irony in seeing Stephen Elop, once a Microsoft stalwart and the architect of Nokia's Windows Phone strategy announcing these new devices on stage. He went to great pains to point out that the Nokia X is a phone running AOSP, the Android Open Source Project.
This project underpins every Android phone in the world. As always in the Nokia story, it is not quite as simple as that. While the Nokia X runs Android, it does not run Google Android.
Briefly, Android as we know it is typically made of two parts; the underlying Android system and the Google apps. The underlying Android system is what the Nokia X runs along with all the usual well known Android phones such as the Samsung Galaxy S range and the Htc M8 

Ever since Nokia decided to go all-in with Windows Phone, there has been a nagging feeling that would have been better off using Android as its mobile operating system of choice.
A feeling that has got stronger as Android devices have so rapidly taken over the lion's share of smartphone sales at Mobile Web Congress in February 2014, Nokia finally fulfilled this dream by announcing the Nokia X range comprising the Nokia X (reviewed here), a higher specified and the physically larger Nokia xl. Not just one Android phone, but a whole range.
Unlike those devices though, the Nokia X does not run Google apps. In order to run Google apps – Gmail, Maps, Calendar, Google Now etc – phones need to be certified. Nokia has not taken this step and it has done so on purpose



The Nokia X software is based off of Android 4.1, a version released in July 2012. There is so far no information on updates but we can only hope is planned as that version is designed to run on lower end hardware.
Nokia has designed the X to use the equivalent services from itself and

from Microsoft, and Nokia has provided an API for everything that Google provides meaning that developers should be able to port apps quite easily.
This makes the Nokia X an Android phone by name, but one that would perhaps be unfamiliar to those already used to running Android on other mainstream devices. If you are thinking of switching to the Nokia X from another Android device, it is most important to note that the Play Store is not available

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Monday, 20 October 2014

                                                           New modal of Nokia Mobile

3d model of nokia lumia 1320

Nokia Mobile of 2014




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                         New Nokia Mobiles

Welcome

i am going to show you some New Nokia  Mobiles of 2014

Nokia Lumia 530 Dual Sim



This nokia mobile is using in all over the world due to its quality of touch screen and beauty
still this mobile is using in London  ,UAE ,Paris ,china,Dubai ,india
you can watch more mobiles of noika in this link http://www.microsoft.com/en-in/mobile/

http://www.nokia.com/pk-en/phones/phone/lumia530-dual-sim/
this is a link in which you can more mobiles of 2014

Do you know how many people use nokia mobiles in the world ?


Nokia has sold 8 million Lumia windows Phones in 2014 if you dont believe it then you can watch it yourself http://www.wpcentral.com/report-nokia-sold-8-million-lumia-windows-phones-q3
you can see this in obove link
Nokia has become of people ,s life Everyone  wants to get Nokia Mobile

Nokia’s goal with the Nokia 105 is to establish brand affinity in growing markets like India and China. Nokia says that while other companies can produce a $20 phone, it will lack the features and quality of the 105. When users are ready for a more expensive smartphone, their positive experience with the 105 will lead them to stick with the Nokia brand.you can watch New Nokia Mobile it is using in all over the world

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