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Hands On With the Nokia Lumia 1020 227 227

adeelarshad82 writes "Nokia's new phone, Lumia 1020, feels very similar in the hand to Nokia's Lumia 900 and 920, with one exception: it has a camera bump. The 41-megapixel uber-camera projects out very slightly as a black disc on the back. In terms of functionality, though, the camera provides for smooth zooming only a pinch away. However, it takes a noticeable amount of time to lock focus and save images. At one point during hands-on testing, the camera app crashed so hard that it required a phone reboot, which is hopefully just a pre-release firmware issue. The phone itself carries a brightly colored polycarbonate body that rolls around the edges to cradle a 4.5-inch, 1,280-by-768 screen. Lumia 1020 is powered by a dual-core, 1.5-GHz Qualcomm MSM8960 processor which plows through apps well. Speaking of apps, there's a ton of bloatware on here, as you'd expect from any AT&T device. AT&T adds four apps right at the top of the app list. Nokia Lumia is set to hit AT&T shelves on July 26th for $299."
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  • by Anonymous Coward on Thursday July 11, 2013 @10:11PM (#44257629)

    I got cancer of the penis shortly after I bought a Windows phone. My fiancee later left me and now just had her second baby with a Black man, because what's left of my lil' ol' stump "just ain't gonna cut it with her anymore," she said.

    Oh, my poor lil' ol' stump. What a terrible thing to say to a man who lost three-quarters of his dick. I should just buy one 'o' them Asian or Eastern-European brides and syringe my man-gravy up in 'em. Shit. What good is a man with a stump?

  • by turrican (55223) on Thursday July 11, 2013 @10:15PM (#44257661)

    "What good is a man with a stump?"

    I can tell you're not a typical slashdotter or you'd already know the answer: 3d printing.

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