Nokia has astonished many of its customers by releasing another magnificent phone, the hi-tech sequel of Microsoft’s renowned Window Phone 7. The brand new Nokia Lumia has been one of the most hotly anticipated phones to be released in 2012, behind its closest rivals Apple. On the day of its release, hoards of people waited eagerly outside phone stores just to purchase one, and I don’t blame them.

 

In comparison to previous Windows Phones such as the Samsung Omnia 7, the Nokia Lumia has been greatly enhanced. Its top of the range built-in camera comes with 8mp, Carl Zeiss optics and an LED Flash, helping you make the most of your snaps. The Lumia offers video recording at 720p, which is great for creating video masterpieces.

In addition, with its all impressive 3.7-inch Amoled screen and svelte bodywork and smooth, one-piece design the Lumia is sure to turn heads. The curved AMOLED display sits perfectly on the front facia, creating a smooth viewing experience.

With the powerful and energy efficient 1.4GHz Processor, the super quick CPU not only works to keep the operating system running smoothly but provides speedy web browsing too. It also allows for quicker multitasking, and ensures video playback and game play run smoothly without lag.

So with out a doubt, go to your local store now, and make sure you get your hands on this piece of gold. It will be THE best phone you’ve ever purchased.

*****

Noredin Bakkali

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About Miss Thomas

I am an English teacher at The City Academy, Hackney.

4 responses »

  1. Miss Thomas says:

    An excellent, detailed review. You analyse the features of the phone effectively and I like the way you compare them to those of previous models.

  2. Chris says:

    Great review, you know a lot about it.

  3. Ibrahim farah says:

    The new Nokia is a gFeat phone but I still think my mum’s iPhone 4GS is better.

  4. Na'Imah says:

    Great comparisons

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