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  1. SSgt Bruskowiz's Avatar
    I wonder if controlling the device is still comfortable seen its size? I got pretty small hands. I also assume that it isn't really possible to control it using one hand?
    Controlling this device with one hand?
    You must have big hands ore very long fingers to do that.
    03-12-2014 09:14 PM
  2. silentdk's Avatar
    Does it support Nokia drive+ ? The only concern I have about it is the built in storage on only 8gb feels the phone to heavy to use? Currently I have lumia 920 which feel a little heavy sometimes.

    Sendt fra min C6603 med Tapatalk
    03-14-2014 03:37 PM
  3. SSgt Bruskowiz's Avatar
    Does it support Nokia drive+ ? The only concern I have about it is the built in storage on only 8gb feels the phone to heavy to use? Currently I have lumia 920 which feel a little heavy sometimes.

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    is does support Here drive +
    But you have to do a update in the store, the one who comes with the Phone is limited to your country
    The 8 GB storage is no problem, the maps can be placed on the sd.
    About the weight, well its a 6" phony so it has some weigt.
    Mine wheigts with a cover 320 grams
    03-14-2014 04:27 PM
  4. Woknox's Avatar
    I think you should check it out in person at the store near you if the size is a concern..cant really make a general statement for the size...I handle it with both of my hands and sometimes with single hand too...IMO you would get used to it in no time.
    Sometimes I run with the Caledos runner app to keep track of my prestations,.. another concern is that this might not be really comfortable with the 1320. Running through the phone store for testing this will look a little weird anyone any experience with this?
    03-17-2014 04:58 PM
  5. Coolknight1968's Avatar
    I read that 1320 doesn't support HERE City Lens, as it doesn't have a gyroscope. True Story?
    Yes, no gyro. Bunch of games also do not work.
    03-26-2014 04:09 PM
  6. Baron PL's Avatar
    Yes, no gyro. Bunch of games also do not work.
    Any examples of these games? I'm about to change my 720 to 1320 and actually I dont know if it's worth.
    Also could you tell me something about screen problems ? i've seen here a lot of people having screen glitches.
    04-04-2014 10:38 AM
  7. Jasminkhan Jabarulah's Avatar
    Can we fast forward online video? Im having trouble to find it.
    04-10-2014 03:07 AM
  8. zammke's Avatar
    Hi fellow Nokia users. I just bought a L1320 and I'm waiting for it to be delivered. I have a Nokia N8 and been wanting to upgrade to Lumia for ages. The only things that were holding me up are the Here Maps and the Here Drive. The most important feature for me in my N8 are the maps and navigation. It's a the best navigation software there is for me. I travel all around Europe with my motorcycle and all with my N8 and I proud to say that it always took me to my destination, right after the door! My friends use Garmin which they say is the best but for me it doesn't start to compare with the Nokia maps. It's like I went to visit one our 5,000 year old temples on my island and found a Garmin there!

    Been to a trip to Spain with it 5000km, flawless. Countless times to SIcily with only minor glitches. London and Paris no problem (the transit lines are so handy). I also used it in South Africa and Lesotho and it worked fine!

    So my concern is if the Here Maps and the Here Drive(+) are up to their older version. I looked at some Lumia phones and it's much different. For example I'm not sure if you can plan routes now.

    Anyway, if someone uses or know if the new maps are as good as the older version I would love to have as much info as possible before my L1320 arrives, so I'll be prepared to use it on my next trip.

    Regards from sunny Malta
    04-12-2014 01:53 AM
  9. hemanlive's Avatar
    Hi Sunny,
    If you are still using Maps and Navigation on Symbian, the HERE Maps and Navigations are generations ahead of it. Blindly go for it without worrying about a thing. You will find lot more features and useful bits added without losing on anything you love. Just one bit of advice. Store the maps on the card. That way you will not eat into phones 8GB memory.
    Offline maps are great and you can enjoy navigation service even in areas with absolutely no cell coverage at all.
    I am sure you will love your experience of using the 1320.
    04-14-2014 12:46 AM
  10. zammke's Avatar
    Hi Hemanlive,

    Thanks for your reply. I know that the maps and navigation on the Lumia phones should be better than on symbians, but till today the maps and navigation on the symbian work perfectly. You know how it is, it's hard to let go and make the change. I will now that I bought my 1320. :)
    Do you know if you can plan and save routes with the new maps?
    04-14-2014 03:18 AM
  11. sajy's Avatar
    How do I upgrade to win 8.1?

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    04-14-2014 06:45 AM
  12. hemanlive's Avatar
    Hi Hemanlive,

    Do you know if you can plan and save routes with the new maps?
    Yes you can do that on HERE Drive +. It is quite simple actually. I only get one route option, but I have seen screenshot of others in different cities, who get multiple options of the route to take. It also gives an estimate of the time it would take based on current traffic conditions.
    04-21-2014 01:19 AM
  13. james masters1's Avatar
    ok if u have 2 then how do i get my apps across to the sd card i only have 8 installed and out of room.but with my 920 i have over 15 and still got plenty as it is 32gb instead of 8gb on my 1320 plz tell me how to do it or tell me how to jail break or root it so i can..
    04-23-2014 05:33 AM
  14. therr2's Avatar
    Hey are the free games from gameloft still available?
    04-24-2014 04:39 AM
  15. hemanlive's Avatar
    ok if u have 2 then how do i get my apps across to the sd card i only have 8 installed and out of room.but with my 920 i have over 15 and still got plenty as it is 32gb instead of 8gb on my 1320 plz tell me how to do it or tell me how to jail break or root it so i can..
    James: for installing any app from your SD card you will need the .XAP file for that app. On the windows phone store (web version) select the app that you want to download from sd card. Once you open its page, you will notice an option of save and download towards the bottom left side of the page (you may have to scroll all the way down to see it). once you click on it, it will give you an option of saving the xap file. I would suggest you first save that file on a PC and then transfer it to the SD card. If you are going to install an app for the first time, Switch off the phone, take out the battery and SD card. re-insert them back and restart the phone. Go to the Store. you should see an option of SD card on the home screen of it. select SD card and you will be shown option of installing the apps for which the XAP file is there on the sd card. just select the app and tap on 'install'.

    Do note that the app will still be installed on the phone itself but it would still consume less space than otherwise.

    P.S. I have a 820 which also has 8 GB of space. I have more than 50 apps on my phone (by phone I really mean the phone memory. By default I only save pictures, videos, offline Maps and documents on the SD card). So 8 and 15 seem too small a number to be concerned about storage space. Even the pre-installed apps (at least here in India) are more than 15.

    Hope this helps :)
    04-24-2014 10:57 PM
  16. Venkat Chowdary's Avatar
    05-03-2014 12:05 AM
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