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Five Types of Nokia New Smartphone 2012

Written By Mark Antalusya on February 27, 2012 | 12:14 PM

There are Five Types of New Smartphone 2012 by Nokia while anounced at Mobile World Congress 2012 in Barcelona. All of Nokia New Smartphone 2012 is using Windows Mobile OS. 

Nokia has revealed a bevy of phones that opened new doors in developing markets, pushed the envelope for Windows Phone pricing, and busted the smartphone camera segment right open.

Five Types of Nokia New Smartphone 2012 and Nokia new applications 2012, they are 

1. Nokia 808 PureView

Nokia was readying a high-resolution cameraphone but the 41-megapixel Nokia 808 PureView still came as a huge surprise. Based on Nokia Belle, the 808 PureView offers either up to 38-megapixel stills or roughly 5- to 8-megapixel versions which pack the detail from up to eight pixels to every one in the final frame.

The end result is 1080p HD recording in which you can zoom up to four times without any loss of resolution, along with super-rich detailed images. Best of all PureView technology is coming to more than just the 808, though Nokia is keeping quiet on exact product plans

2. Nokia Lumia 610

Nokia Lumia 610; Nokia’s entry-level Windows Phone may not have the ClearBlack AMOLED display of the Lumia 800 or the LTE of the Lumia 900, but it does have a bargain price tag. At €189 pre-tax and subsidies, it’s a new low for Microsoft’s platform

3. Nokia Lumia 900

Nokia Lumia 900; this new DC-HSPA variant is fresh to MWC 2012 today. Out goes LTE and in comes Dual-Cell HSPA, using carrier aggregation in the downlink with networks that support it, with the promise of up to 42Mbps downloads, in theory at least.

No user will ever actually see that speed, but they will get to use the huge display, 8-megapixel camera with 720p HD video capture, and polycarbonate chassis in black, cyan, magenta

4. Nokia Asha 202, 203 and 303

Nokia Asha; Nokia opened up the Asha range at Nokia World 2011 last year, and has three new models today. While phones “for the next billion” might not have the instant allure of the Lumia line-up, they’re testament to Nokia’s remaining strength in pushing down product pricing and delivering smartphone-style functionality in what would traditionally be feature-phones

5. Nokia Drive, Nokia Transport, Nokia Reading and Groupon Applications

New Nokia Apps 2012; Start at Nokia offline mappingreal apps, nokia real time public transportation information apps up to Nokia apps preloaded to Lumias, pulling in news feeds in an easy-to-consume way on your smartphone. The Groupon deal, meanwhile, integrates the daily-deals service into an updated version of Nokia Maps.

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