- 08-25-2013, 09:50 PM #1
If the rumoured device might be having the Snapdragon 800 SoC it worth looking at this link
This is show the specs for the SoC such as supporting an 21MP camera and other details as well....
- 08-26-2013, 07:58 AM #6
- 08-30-2013, 06:25 PM #11
Since it will most likely be a high-end phone, then it should have super sensitive touch, which will allow you to use styluses(?) on it.
The real question, however, is how they use the stylus.
One of the reasons behind the success of the Galaxy Note line is how they utilize the stylus. They have a dedicated suite of apps that support the functions of the stylus very well, even if they can be classified as bloatware.
Otherwise, a stylus is just a thin finger.I'm also over at the Moriya Shrine! Go there if you're also a fan of Touhou. After all, it is a small community, like WP, right?
- 08-31-2013, 05:12 AM #12
No it isn't. These stylus that we are talking about can be detected by your device when they get closer to the screen but aren't actually touching it. They are pressure sensitive, they have a "right-click" button, etc... They aren't just a wood chopstick..
- 08-31-2013, 11:41 PM #15
However, Nokia's design team needs to make sure this phone is very portable... the Xperia Z Ultra is too big to fit into most pockets comfortably. I don't want to carry a phone in my pocket if it's going to be uncomfortable.
- 09-01-2013, 12:24 AM #16
09-01-2013, 04:20 AM #17
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Well there is not a single RT device that has wacom support or proper stulys support in general. And yes, of course there is wacom support on W8 devices, it would be mad if there wasn't. Typing this very message from a Vivo Tab (TF810) that I bought because of wacom support as its something I need on my studies.
09-13-2013, 07:19 AM #21
- 175 Posts
What about these
Nokia developing self-charging phone, powered by radio waves Self charging through radio wavws
Nokia to look to the sky and bring solar charging to Windows Phones? | Windows Phone Central Solar charging
Nokia patent for adjustable aperture could improve the camera on the next PureView device Changing aperture for camera
I don't think Nokia just settles to upgrade screen, processor and camera. Last year it was OIS and in some way built in wireless charging. I bet one of the above technologies are in 1520 or at least i hope so.
If Nokia can put new technology like those it really can help to boost sales. Who wouldn't want phone that lasts infinitely with one charge if not used or extends use for days. And better camera like no other phone doesn't hurt either.
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