Windows Phone 8 is the in thing now. Currently, Nokia, Samsung and HTC are the only ones doing mass Windows Phone 8 smartphones. There’s Huawei, but they have only done one so far so we will not include them in that list for now.
Story Kidogo about the Design (and how it looks at first glance) - The build is something called a candy-bar. It even looks tasty, like something you could eat. It looks nice. Funny thing though, at first you cannot find out how you open it. But you do get the hang of it and then it becomes easy. You know how men never read manuals? This one you will have to read. I had to read it too so don not feel so bad. Was worth it too. Be sure that if you do not find out how to open this, you will break the darn thing. The plastic back cover of the Lumia 820 which is nicely rounded along the corners. I had the black version and I kept getting a feeling that buying a new back cover could make this phone feel totally brand new when you need to sell it. It is worth considering in this day and age of ‘new smartphones every day’ Thank God the battery is removable. SIM goes behind Battery. It weighs 16 Read more »
When you first come across this phone like in the unlikely case you pick one up from the street, you might not know where it’s from or who the manufacturer is. Reason being, it has only 2 brands on it. These 2 brands are Intel and Safaricom. This means you will at first be unsure who manufactured this device but if you’re keen enough to search for Intel, Safaricom smart-phone, you will probably stumble upon a CES 2013 Daily Tech article that tells you where it is from.
This is the first Intel smart-phone in the Kenyan market. Yes! Intel now has a smart-phone for Africa.
I’ve had a chance to play with this one for an entire week. By play, you must already know that I mean ‘stretch its limits to see just how much it can handle’. If you don’t know what I mean by play, you need to read my blog more.
The usual way to do this would be to pop a sim-card into its tray and use it as an everyday phone. Everyone does this though and I find it too mainstream so I decided to use a different approach by using a different set of tools. These tools are called Benchmarks.
Benchmark tools are ‘freely available’ on the Android Play Store for most devices on the slightly higher capabilities categories. You know those devices that can play a full HD video without breaking a sweat and can handle more than 10 concurrent processes from email to a Grand Theft Auto paused game. This is one of them. Read more »
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