Mobie Industry Review is asking if Nokia Lumia 1020 is finally the phone to redeem Nokia and convert you to the Windows Phone platform. Betting on the camera yet again, the N team promises:
''Unlike any smartphone in the market today the Nokia Lumia 1020 reinvents zoom, enabling people to discover more detail than the eye can see. With Nokia’s innovative PureView technology, including optical image stabilization, the device is able to produce some of the sharpest images possible by any digital camera. [...]
The Nokia Lumia 1020 will arrive first on U.S. shores exclusively with AT&T, with sales expected to start on July 26 at a price of USD 299.99 on a two-year contract. The Nokia Lumia 1020 is then expected to arrive in China and key European markets this quarter. Nokia plans to ship an exclusive variant of the device with Telefonica to select European and Latin American markets. The Nokia Lumia 1020 will be available in yellow, white and black.''
The proof is in the pudding and we'll see if Q4 results will confirm the long-awaited wind of change for the Finish company.
Penalty for Apple as China Labor Watch (CLW), a US-based charity, released a report last month, about the working conditions surrounding the production of the new cheap iPhone. ''Apple's unkept promises: Cheap iPhones come at high costs to Chinese workers'' talks about the excessive number of underpaid hours Chinese workers put in to make a living and stresses that the company's statements on tightening control over its outsourced supply chain do not match the reality. Here is also a video accompanying this report: