Nokia has certainly gotten a whole lot more serious in the smartphone industry by taking the bold move of throwing their weight behind Microsoft’s Windows Phone platform, and they certainly did so to pretty much success. At least the Nokia Lumia range did help the Finnish company crawl back from what looks to be a precipice that has a long and hard fall following it. Joe Belfiore did demonstrate some features of Windows Phone 8 at the Windows Phone 8 Summit last week, on what seemed to be Nokia’s very own Windows Phone 8 prototype.
We do know that it comes with a zoom lens which should be of some note, and there are whispers of vibration reduction thrown into the mix. So far, this is just a prototype device that was built for testing purposes as well as making sure that all of its hardware will jive without exploding, so do not expect the final hardware release to resemble the prototype’s design.
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