Are you sick and tired of all the hype that Apple has been creating (along with the hardcore Apple fans of course) for a phone that hasn’t lived up to your expectations? If you talk security, than sure, nobody beats the iOS when it comes to warding off cell phone spyware and cell phone monitoring apps, but is that really the end of the story?
The whole point of using a smartphone is getting the best possible services that modern cell phone technology has to offer to make our lives easier.
Now Android may be a chaotic den of Android spyware that keeps you holding onto your iPhone for dear life, but there are other threat options out there. The Nokia Lumia 920 seems to be one of them.
Falling in the middle of the two platforms, Nokia Lumia is where many people who are fed up of the problems of the two big named platforms are heading.
So before you decide to settle for one or the other, here are 5 things which you should know when deciding to buy a Nokia Lumia 920 or not.
1. PureView Technology
PureView is a word that floats around a lot when we talk about Nokia and this is because the Nokia Lumia Camera is powered by the same technology which is found in the Nokia PureView 808 handset, the essential Nokia Camera phone.
The Nokia PureView 808 has 41 MP lens but the Lumia has a pretty standard 8.7 megapixel camera. The front camera has 1.3 megapixel front facing camera, Carl Zeiss optics, and floating lens technology.
This is another thing which you must have heard when talking about the Lumia 920. Now what exactly is PureMotion HD+ is the question. This is the name given to the technology which is responsible for the Lumia’s display, with Nokia asserting that the experience it gives is better than your normal HD. The screen is 25% brighter than the best smartphone displays and auto detect allows clear viewing in sunlight as well.
Additionally, it allows fast rendering of objects on the screen as well as faster refreshing for smoother usage.
3.Super Sensitive Touch
In descending order, this would be the next in line phrase attached with the Lumia you must have heard or read about but perhaps have not been able to completely understand.
The supersensitive touch aspect about the Lumia is that the display is highly tuned to your physical interaction with it. This means that whether you stroke the display with your fingertips, fingernails, pen like objects, or even through gloves, the display will detect it and function smoothly.
So far, this is the only phone to offer such sensitivity.
4.Wireless Charging and Great Battery Life
So first of all, for users who have battery issues and are greatly irked by slow lasting battery life, the Lumia comes with a huge battery (2000mAh) that will outlast those of other sets.
Also, Nokia has introduced the concept of wireless charging which means that you can charge the Lumia on charging pods, soon to be available at major franchises and coffee shops.
So Android wins hands down when it comes to apps but the Nokia Lumia offers CityLens which is in integration with Nokia Maps, and CityLens is gaining a lot of popularity.
Instead of just giving directions, holding up the phone to the street, the Lumia will show you the virtual streets and give directions from one street to another. You can save certain maps too and get information about public transport routes as well.
Keeping these new things in mind, why not try a Nokia instead of the same old Apple and Android story.
Author Bio: James Clark has been in the business of providing quality information on spy software for cell phones for a while now. He’s an expert at all things spyware, but his main forte is Nokia Spy which has captured the interest of many.