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"The availability of LTE networks so that people can watch a lot of video has created this larger is better phenomenon, particularly in the U.S.," Jo Harlow of Nokia told me in an interview at Mobile World Congress last week. "So that is why the Lumia 900 is bigger. But at the same time we're getting a lot of feed back on the Lumia 800 that it's the perfect size."Indeed at 3.7 inches, the Lumia 800 is slightly bigger than the 3.5 inches of an iPhone. And it seems to be a great size for folks who don't want the oversized screen.

That said the specs on these devices are nothing to sneeze at, In defender series case for apple iphone 7 plus and iphone 8 plus - blue/gray fact, Kevin Packingham, senior vice president of product innovation for Samsung Mobile, told me in an interview that the specifications on these devices are better than the top of the line devices introduced a year ago, "The phones with the bigger form factor are the ones getting most of the attention right now," he said, "But there are plenty of great smartphones with better specifications than you could get a year ago in the mid-range."..

And Harlow even suggested that there may be a way to design smartphones in the future so that they can have bigger screens without taking up more space. "I think in the future you'll see displays on phones continue to get bigger," she said. "But the footprint of the device itself won't get larger. We're already seeing this happen in TVs, where the border or frame of the TV goes away so that more space is used for the actual display screen."So what should you do?. Since it's not subsidized by AT&T, you'll have to pay full retail for it. Personally, I think that you since you have to get cell phone service with any device, you might as well sign up for a contract and get a subsidized phone rather than pay full price for a device.

I hope this advice was helpful, Good luck with your search, 41 megapixels is a lot of megapixels, Dear Maggie,I thought the 41- megapixel camera that Nokia introduced this week at Mobile World Congress was really cool, But why in the world did they introduce it on Symbian? I thought that OS was dead, It would have made way more sense to me if they had put it on a Windows Phone device, right? And will it be coming to the U.S.?, Thanks,Smartphone Junkie, Dear Smartphone Junkie,I think you defender series case for apple iphone 7 plus and iphone 8 plus - blue/gray are expressing the same sentiments that a lot tech journalists felt when Nokia announced the PureView 808 last week in Barcelona, The 808 PureView does look like it has some very cool technology..

When Nokia announced the 41-megapixel 808 PureView smartphone at Mobile World Congress, CNET's associate editor Lynn La said "it is a phone that has so many megapixels, its megapixels have megapixels."The technology, which was five years in the making, lets you zoom in and out of the picture without distorting the image. You are correct that Nokia has staked its future on Microsoft Windows Phone. Going forward, most of its smartphone development will happen for Windows Phone devices. But Symbian isn't dead yet.


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