The new Nokia Lumia 1020 is armed with a 41 megapixel camera sensor. Amazingly high megapixel value leads to you zooming after your shot is taken. Quite a nice feature in my opinion.
Nokia Pro Camera on the Nokia Lumia 1020 lets you shoot in super high resolution, which means you can zoom in close to your shot after you’ve taken it. Then rotate, reframe, crop and share new images as many times as you want.
I just wonder if the new Nokia Lumia 1020 is fast enough when taking shots.
I finally gotten a HTC Desire HD as some may know. What I like about it is really the browser.
Not surprisingly the Android platform has applications that are — how shall I put it — less exciting. Compared to the Apple iPhone it has a lesser application store. Notable applications on the Android includes Gmail, Twitter and Maps.
Google did Maps very well and give it away for free. It’s the app that I am most willing to pay for but can’t.
What’s lacking in the HTC Desire HD for me is a Japanese keyboard and battery. The Desire HD can last me for a day, sometimes less all thanks to the huge screen. Sense UI is a beauty to look at but I wish users can easily uninstall applications such as Peeps and Teeter. The keyboard height is a little too tall for my liking too.
Overall I like the HTC Desire HD especially the small little features to discover of the user’s hand is holding the device and then reducing the ringtone volume. That’s a neat touch and it delights me that the phone is design with much consideration of how the user can possibly interact with the phone less apparently.
BusinessBalls.com has a good article on how to do cold calling:
Cold calling typically refers to the first telephone call made to a prospective customer. More unusually these days, cold calling can also refer to calling face-to-face for the first time without an appointment at commercial premises or households. Cold calling is also known as canvassing, telephone canvassing, prospecting, telephone prospecting, and more traditionally in the case of consumer door-to-door selling as ‘door-knocking’.
Christmas came early for me and my relative unexpectedly gave me a phone he deemed too complicated to use. It’s free for him after a contract renewal but he much prefers his current phone.
The new phone is one of those slide phones that I have once declared I shan’t be ever carrying. It comes with some GPS whatever and a camera and a USB cable and a nice box. I haven’t really started reading the user guide yet but will do so in a couple of days time.
For some who may know, I’ve been eyeing for a new phone lately. This isn’t close to what I was hoping for but it will suffice. And Claudia, I can pass you back Sony Ericsson quite soon. Wahaha…
Her: Hello? Me: Hello Her: Who is this? Me: The person you called. Who may you be? Her: You called my phone yesterday evening and I wasn’t able to answer. I need to know who is this. Me: You can’t. I did not call you. You called a fixed line and it can be from anybody. Give me your name and I will ask around. Her:-gets angry- Where are you from? Me: I don’t wish to reveal. Provide me with your name and I’ll check. Her:-raises voice- What is this? Me: I don’t need to identify myself. Her:-officially pissed off- Are you trying to mock me? Why are you doing this to me? Me: Why would I mock you? I am just asking–
Not the first time this has happened. I hate to answer phone to ask me to identify myself. I won’t reveal myself before the caller does as I felt it gives a stranger an opportunity to find out more about the phone number’s owner(s). He or she could be someone who tries to use some social engineering skills. I’m mostly a prick at such scenarios. I know I know.