Nokia Lumia 920: A game changer? Video
Nokia Lumia 920: A game changer? Video Transcript
Hello and welcome insights -- times and -- -- and joining me is just adult -- senior editor for CNET dot contest thanks for being with us pleasure. Are bright -- you wrote today about the new Nokia phones they were announced -- tell us about the new found. Cable that Nokia Lumia nine point -- it's really fun and everybody's concentrating on. What it doesn't that brings Windows Phone eight and a few extra features that we're really missing in -- previous version of the Nokia Lumia. So it comes with an HD screen very high pixel density of an outline. And it's supposed to be so that you can actually read it outdoors -- either -- could be some also comes with a camera that uses -- -- -- algorithm. It's got this new thing called floating lens technology that's supposed to help stabilize images it's -- -- X -- and those are two major features. And it is really looking to use this new Lumia phone to boost its market share right now it's in distant place. Back there. Can this phone -- -- for them. The spot is exactly what it means -- not overtake entering -- not -- overtakes him and are out all right now. But what they are trying to do you kind of bridge that gap break closed the gap at least. Mean it's about the people who were on the -- before or interested in the design which is very. In striking and -- interest and in the windows -- environment. Making it so that they had fewer reasons not to go there. Now who's gonna buy this I mean do have a need and he -- guesses is it going to be some midi is new for the Smartphone market. It's gonna get people who -- gonna switch from an iPhone -- galaxy. Dean I get a lot of emails from people every day it's spam I'm tired of this and that I'm ready for something I'm intrigued by the -- it's fresh it's old. I mean it's a totally different -- I think that it is akin to sort of like pop art because there a lot of -- Really bright colors bright new crop that sort of -- looks different looks different operating system looks really different -- -- -- dynamic live tiles so it's something. -- and something. And we don't know anything about pricing and -- Pricing and availability have not been announced yet I think the phone is going to come to eighteen he which are -- has a history of the -- -- -- 900. Also this is a world phone that was announced today. And that uses the -- some technology and that's what RE hack. I just can't thank you so much. For its its -- to meet extra.
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