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Specifications Nokia Windows Phone 41 MP Camera Revealed

18 Apr

Windows Phone 7

Early in 2013, Nokia is rumored to be releasing the Nokia EOS. This is a Windows Phone smartphone with 41 megapixel camera Pureview. The issue had disappeared, but now appears again.

This time rumors about the specs reveal little that might be displayed by the Finnish manufacturing to the EOS series Nokia.

This information is gathered from blogs mynokiablog from sources close to the phone workmanship. According to him, Nokia EOS may be armed with a 800 quad-core Snapdragon processor.

But Nokia tested with other versions, namely the dual-core chip hood. This as a form of anticipation when Nokia EOS case quickly suck up energy.

The same thing for the RAM. Where Nokia tested two versions, ie with 512 MB ​​RAM and 1GB. It is probable that the last option of choice for Nokia EOS.
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Instagraph, Instagram-style Windows Phone

9 Apr

Washington – Increasingly popular, lots of smartphone users crave can play Instagram. Unfortunately, the photo sharing app for now only on iOS and Android platforms. For users of Windows Phone? Now there Instagraph.

Instagram - 8

Instagram – 8 (Photo credit: BrentOzar)

Initially, the application is a part of the April Fool’s joke. Starting from the appearance of counterfeit Instagram app store Windows on 1 April in the beta, but later disappeared.

At the same time, as quoted from WP Central, Wednesday (04/03/2013), there is an application called Instagraph is touted as Instagram style of Windows Phone. Some people think Instagraph is also part of the April Fool’s joke, but later confirmed as a real application.
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At issue Sliding Windows 9 October

9 Apr
Windows 7 build 7600

Windows 7 build 7600 (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Microsoft officially launched Windows 8 in October 2012 ago. But the rumors have accompanied the operating system’s successor.

Formerly widely heard if Microsoft is preparing the first update of Windows 8, the Windows named Blue. But is that all?

Of course not, because the sources are obtained by Digitimes claims that the software giant is currently preparing another generation of Windows.

Rumors are circulating mentions that this is referred to as Windows 9. It would be the latest generation after Windows 8. So that was quoted from Softpedia, Tuesday (04/09/2013).
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