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NOKIA LUMIA 930

UMIA 930

NOKIA LUMIA 930

The Nokia Lumia 930 comes as soon as the latest Windows Phone experience, as a consequences the things that issue most are always taking into account you whether youa propos upon your smartphone, Xbox or PC. Exclusive LiveTiles save you taking place to readiness later whats taking place in your world, though supplementary features later than customisable background images for your in flames screen make Windows Phone 8.1 more personal than ever.

 

With a 20MP PureView Camera and four directional microphones after that Surround-Sound, you can take possession of High-air photos and immersive video to the lead sealed thats more real-to-animatronics than ever before now. Use the Nokia Camera app to understand full creative rule of your photos, subsequently unleash your creations not in the estrange off from the world through Nokia Storyteller, Instagram and your favourite social networks.

NOKIA LUMIA 930

 

NOKIA LUMIA 930

Designed to fit richly in your hand and in your pocket, the Nokia Lumia 930 comes in colours ranging from stylishly subtle to vibrantly vogue. And in the tune of a 2.2GHz Snapdragon 800 processor, 4G LTE connectivity, built-in wireless charging and a 5, Full HD display taking into account fabulous sunlight readability, and its all the pleasant Lumia further details wrapped in a premium package.

Music lovers rejoice. Featuring omnipotent, commercial-pardon music streaming at no count cost, Nokia MixRadio comes preinstalled and ready to use the moment you facility regarding your Lumia 930. Choose from hundreds of regularly-updated mixes or customise the music experience to you. Even listen though offline.

 

  • Display

    • Display size: 5 ”
    • Display technology: ClearBlack, OLED
    • Display resolution: Full HD (1920 x 1080)
    • Touch screen technology: Super sensitive touch
  • Photography

    • Main camera sensor: 20 MP, PureView
    • Flash type: Dual LED flash
  • Power management

    • Maximum talk time (2G): 21.7 h
    • Maximum talk time (3G): 17.9 h
    • Maximum music playback time: 75 h
    • Wireless charging: Built-in (Qi standard)
  • Processor

    • Processor name: Qualcomm Snapdragon™ 800
    • Processor type: Quad-core 2.2 GHz

 

NOKIA LUMIA 930

Nokia 130 and Nokia 130 Dual SIM Feature Phones Roll-Out Begins

Nokia 130

Microsoft’s feature phones, the Nokia 130 and Nokia 130 Dual SIM, launched last month at a recommended retail price of EUR 19 (approximately Rs. 1,500), are now being rolled out globally.

The Redmond giant on Monday announced that both the handsets will first be available in countries including China, Pakistan, and Nigeria. Meanwhile, the phones will be rolling out to more markets over the coming weeks. However, the company did not reveal names of the countries getting the feature phones next.

Notably, the Nokia 130 Dual SIM is listed on the company’s India site without pricing and availability details. The Nokia 130 Dual SIM will be available in Black, Red, and White colour options.

Microsoft announced the roll-out on the Conversations blog and noted, “The Nokia 130 is a perfect device for people young and old alike who are looking for their first mobile phone, or for those looking for a rock-solid backup phone to use alongside their smartphone.”

Other than the different number of SIM card slots supported by the Nokia 130 Dual SIM, both models come with identical specifications and run Nokia OS Series 30+ out-of-the-box. The smartphones feature a 1.8-inch QQVGA (128×168 pixels) 16-bit LCD colour display that offers 114ppi.

The 1020mAh battery on the Nokia 130 Dual SIM is rated to offer a standby time of up to 36 days and 26 days respectively. With physical keypad and 4-way navigation key, as well as a flashlight, both Nokia 130 phones come with a built-in video player, MP3 player and FM radio.

The phone additionally supports storage expansion up to 32GB via microSD card. While both Nokia 130 Dual SIM measure 106×45.5×13.9 mm, they weigh 68.6 grams and 67.9 grams respectively. Connectivity options for the Nokia 130 phones include 2G network support, Bluetooth 3.0 (with Nokia’s Slam technology) and Micro-USB for connection and charging.

Announced in August, the launch of the Nokia 130 Dual SIM came as a surprise considering that the company along with the discontinuation of the Nokia X series of Android smartphones had confirmed its decision to abandon Nokia’s Asha and Series 40 phones.

An earlier report quoted Corporate Vice President of Microsoft Devices Group, Jo Harlow who hinted that with the help of the Internet-connected phones like Nokia 130 Dual SIM, the company can utilise and introduce services like Bing and OneDrive to more customers.

Nokia 130

Lumia 1020

Lumia 1020

For the entire new Lumia telephones we have now noticeable this 12 months, one handset that’s been left and not using a successor is the Lumia 1020. there’s a likelihood that the lately-noticed “Nokia RM-1052” could be a competencies alternative, but except Microsoft officially announce it (or a further telephone altogether), you’ll have got to make do with the reasonably aged Lumia 1020 for now.

That doesn’t imply the Lumia 1020 is obsolete, although, as it could now be upgraded to home windows mobilephone 8.1 and it nonetheless has one of the crucial fine cameras round. Even higher, it now handiest costs around £385 SIM-free, £20-a-month on contract and not using a upfront price for the handset, or £a hundred and seventy on O2’s Pay & Go provider, making it higher price than ever.
With its an tremendous 41-megapixel digicam sensor, it uses some critically intelligent methods to produce the first-rate cell photos we’ve got ever visible. We saw the first variation of Nokia’s huge sensor on the PureView 808, but our enthusiasm used to be tempered via the handset’s soon-to-be-defunct Symbian working procedure. The Lumia 1020 has no such issues, as it runs Microsoft’s increasingly-standard home windows cellphone 8.

The PureView digital camera sensor is more than only a giant assortment of pixels. it can be bodily greater than the sensors in most smartphones and even some compact cameras. At 1/1.5in, it’s twice the size as the sensors in phones such because the HTC One, Apple iPhone 5S and Nokia Lumia 925, and 1.5 instances larger than the sensor in our high-quality purchase-profitable Canon Ixus 255 HS compact digital camera.

On the whole, the higher the sensor, the extra subject there is to capture gentle and so the less photograph noise and higher low-light efficiency. The Lumia 1020’s sensor can also be a bottom-illuminated (BSI) mannequin, the place gentle strikes the sensor from the rear, averting any circuitry getting between the light and the sensor’s photoreceptors.

This isn’t the one trick up the 1020’s sleeve, although; Nokia has also determined to make use of the sensor’s huge number of pixels to aid beef up photograph exceptional additional. while you take a image with the Nokia pro Cam app, the phone saves two versions; the entire 7,712×4,352 pixel photo and a smaller three,072×1,728 (5-megapixel) snap.

There are two motives to have the smaller picture. the first is that it can be small; round 1.6MB compared to the 9MB or so for the entire-fat version, making it so much easier to add straight to a social network. The second is right down to whatever Nokia calls oversampling. This examines each and every pixel within the better image, then works out which it must maintain and which must be discarded to make the smaller picture the first-rate feasible satisfactory.

Nokia-Samsung Patent Verdict Expected Within Days

Nokia-Samsung Patent Verdict Expected Within Days

Nokia and Samsung are expected to settle their two-year patent dispute within days, with analysts forecasting a one-time payment of hundreds of millions of euros for the Finnish company.

Nokia entered into a binding arbitration with South Korea’s Samsung in 2013 to settle additional compensations for a five-year period starting from early 2014.

The International Chamber of Commerce’s arbitration court is due to make its ruling on the issue imminently.

Nordea analyst Sami Sarkamies, one of few analysts to give a precise estimate, said the verdict could boost Nokia’s operating profit by about EUR 700 million ($758 million or roughly Rs. 5,138 crores) this year, forecasting the court will stipulate an annual patent fee of EUR 300 million.

“Samsung has been paying Nokia probably 100 million per year, and the rate could now come up to around EUR 300 million (per year). The settled rate will also be paid retrospectively for the last two years,” Sarkamies said.

“But they have already booked perhaps 100 million a year from Samsung to their income statement, so the EBIT impact for this year could be around EUR 700 million.”

Sarkamies has a “hold” rating on Nokia shares, which have fallen 9 percent since last April when it announced a 15.6 billion euro takeover of French network gear rival Alcatel-Lucent, due to be completed this quarter.

Investors have worried about the integration process and special terms negotiated by the French government, but the share price could get a boost if the settlement with Samsung is much bigger than analysts forecasts.

Last month, Sweden’s Ericsson said that a patent licence deal with Apple Inc would help lift its intellectual property rights revenue by up to 40 percent in 2015, sending its shares up sharply.

Nokia, which once dominated the global mobile phones market, is now focused on telecom network equipment but still holds on to a portfolio of phone patents.

It said last month that the International Chamber of Commerce had advised that the settlement with Samsung is expected by the end of January.

A Nokia spokesman declined to comment on Saturday, saying the company had nothing to add beyond the previous statement.

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Nokia Settles Patent Dispute With Samsung

Home | Mobiles | Mobiles News Nokia Settles Patent Dispute With Samsung Reuters , 1 February 2016 Nokia Settles Patent Dispute With Samsung

Finland’s Nokia has settled a patent dispute with South Korea’s Samsung which it says will boost its patent sales by hundreds of millions of euros.

Nokia sold its once-dominant phone business to Microsoft in 2014, leaving it focused on telecoms network equipment while retaining a large portfolio of handset patents.

Nokia said the Samsung settlement would lift sales at its patent unit Nokia Technologies to around EUR 1.02 billion ($1.1 billion or roughly Rs. 7,451 crores) in 2015, including catch-up payments from the past two years, from EUR 578 million in 2014.

The annualised run-rate for the patent unit is now about EUR 800 million, Nokia added.

Analysts on average had expected 2016 sales of about EUR 900 million for the unit.

“The settlement is pretty well in line with market forecasts, as the run-rate is 800 million and there will be some one-off payments,” said Mikael Rautanen, analyst at Inderes Equity Research.

Samsung shares rose 1.1 percent following news of the deal.

Nokia and Samsung entered into a binding arbitration in 2013 to settle additional compensations for Nokia’s phone patents for a five-year period starting from early 2014.

Nokia added it expects to receive at least EUR 1.3 billion of cash during 2016-2018 related to its settled and ongoing arbitrations, including the Samsung award. Nokia currently has a similar dispute with LG Electronics.

Rautanen, who has “reduce” rating on Nokia said its patent unit is expected to grow further in the coming years as it will soon start talks over a new contract with Apple.

He noted that Nokia’s patent sales still trail those of its main rival, Sweden’s Ericsson, which has estimated its intellectual property rights (IPR) sales at 13-14 billion crowns ($1.52-1.63 billion or roughly Rs. 10,297 crores – Rs. 11,041 crores) in 2015.

The patent business will become a smaller part of Nokia after its proposed EUR 15.6 billion takeover of French network gear rival Alcatel-Lucent, expected to close this quarter.

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