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The season of smartphones

03 October 2011 / 14:10:19  GRReporter
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A few days ago, the long-awaited update of Microsoft’s mobile OS, code-named “Mango” was released last month. Users have the chance to enjoy many innovations that were hitherto unavailable for the completely remade OS of the giant from Redmond. They include multitasking, front camera for video calls, sharing Internet through Wi-Fi, Copy-Paste functions and others, which the OS rivals offer their customers. What remains to be seen are the new smartphones powered by Mango: The greatest interest shown is for the first phone from Nokia, which will be powered by the mobile OS from Microsoft. You can see what we can expect in the presentation of the phone code-named “Sea Ray”, made by Nokia CEO Stephen Elop himself:

What technical features can we expect?
1 GHz processor, 512MB or 1GB of RAM, 16/32Gb or 64GB of internal memory, 8MP rear camera with Carl Zeiss optics and dual LED flash, recording 720p videos. The screen will most probably be 3.7"/3.8" or 4 ClearBlack AMOLED WVGA. Of course, we will find out the final features during the Nokia event planned for the end of the month.

A month of hot technological events is in store. The major players will bring their strongest trump cards and we will see how the market for smartphones and all related services will develop. If you are planning to buy a Smartphone, then my advice is to wait at least another month or two. There will certainly be some new and interesting offers.

 

Tags: iPhone 5 Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich Windows Phone Mango Nokia Samsung Nexus Galaxy Prime Sea Ray
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