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Nokia Lumia 930 Review

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IMG_0048 copyIt has been three years since Nokia entered its Windows Phone partnership with Microsoft, and is just months since Microsoft bought the Finnish giant for about £4.6bn. Over the course of their special relationship we have seen no shortage of colourful Lumia devices, covering all sizes and budgets, in a bid to remind us that Nokia’s ability to make quality phones hasn’t diminished. The Lumia 930 is the latest of these, and the first to feature the long-awaited 8.1 update. Read on to see if the software can do the hardware justice.


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Nokia Lumia 1020 Review

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Nokia has been slowly ramping up the photographic credentials of their Windows Phone lineup, with the Lumia 925 easy rivalling, if not outdoing efforts from Samsung and HTC.  Their latest top-end handset, the Lumia 1020 totally out-does all of these rivals by packing a 41MP “Pureview” sensor with a Zeiss lens.  Read on to find out just how sharp that snapper is, and whether all those pixels matter.


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Nokia Lumia 925

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For Nokia it’s either back to the glory days, or certain failure.  If you’d asked me 2 or 3 years ago what Nokia would do to save themselves from missing the smartphone train, I’d have likely said they’d have to switch to Android.  Of course, they chose to partner with Windows Phone instead, a huge improvement over Symbian but a decision that has yet to be vindicated. Their true saviour however lies in attempting to out-do the photographic credentials of every other smartphone on the market with their PureView camera tech. Can a good snapper make the Lumia 925 a great smartphone? Read on for my view.


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Nokia 620 + JBL Powerup wireless speaker review

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IMG_3830 copyHaving already looked at the larger Lumia 820, we decided to bundle the 620 review together with the nicely matched JBL Powerup wireless speaker, as in many ways they belong together. Not like their eyes met across the room at your friends party, they’re literally built to work together, apart from the wireless charging not being compatible with the phone, but we’ll get back to that later.


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