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  1. derDaniel's Avatar
    Keep in mind that 4K displays also needs more battery
    So I hope the battery will be more powerful
    07-08-2014 04:59 AM
  2. Silviu Bogusevschi's Avatar
    Don't need any 456k, not even 4k, not even 2k, full HD is pretty much enough.
    07-08-2014 05:21 AM
  3. Flagz's Avatar
    QHD 6" LCD Screen , Snapdragon 801 @ 2.5GHz, 20MP PureView Camera w/ dual flash, 2MP Wide Angle FFC, 32 GB ROM, 3GB RAM, Micro SD Expansion, 2900 MAh battery, Support LTEA & Tmobile Wideband support.

    Release date; August 25-29.
    07-08-2014 10:02 AM
  4. hasasimo's Avatar
    Do the Icon and 930 have the issues as well? Seeing as they are S800 devices.
    I'm not sure, but there are some Samsung and Sony devices that have similar issues that run on the SD 800. Keep in mind that that's probably not the only culprit. The Icon doesn't have exactly the same hardware as the 1520. Different screen technology for eg. (and no glance support). That may factor in.
    07-08-2014 11:35 AM
  5. hasasimo's Avatar
    I wonder why would anyone call it an 'issue' it is just that when the screen mode is high sensitive, it may record even warmth or very slight variation in air pressure, when we hold or move our finger, just over the screen. It is a functionality. if you don't want it, set the sensitivity to low and you won't have this 'problem'
    You have to be kidding me... have you ever even been inside the Lumia 1520 forum? Or the Nokia Support forums? This is an issue for an untold number of people. Of course everyone has thought to lower their screen's sensitivity. That doesn't fix the problem. People have gone as far as to uninstall the Glance and Touch apps. Other Lumia devices have high sensitivity mode as well and do not have this touch problem.

    It is very much a "issue" and to label it "functionality" is just plain ridiculous.
    07-08-2014 11:38 AM
  6. Blacklac's Avatar
    You have to be kidding me... have you ever even been inside the Lumia 1520 forum? Or the Nokia Support forums? This is an issue for an untold number of people. Of course everyone has thought to lower their screen's sensitivity. That doesn't fix the problem. People have gone as far as to uninstall the Glance and Touch apps. Other Lumia devices have high sensitivity mode as well and do not have this touch problem.

    It is very much a "issue" and to label it "functionality" is just plain ridiculous.
    As I said earlier, 1020 has it too.

    Heck, I remember people complaining about finger scrolling opening links and ads on the Blackberry Playbook! It IS an issue with high sensitivity screen and not Nokia specific.
    07-08-2014 11:56 AM
  7. jgbstetson's Avatar
    I had major screen sensitivity issues on my 1520. My 1020 screen may fail to register a double tap to wake occasionally. That's it. The 1520 has a major design or quality problem. I won't even pretend I know what it is. If it was obvious, it would've been fixed by now.
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    07-08-2014 12:18 PM
  8. ajst222's Avatar
    They really need to go with the 805 and not the 801. Don't want to be behind
    07-10-2014 03:46 PM
  9. Idris84's Avatar
    How is your unlocked 1520 on T-mobile? can you send MMS? I am currently working on unlocking one to use on T-mobile. I am yet to find teh right unlock company

    According to evleaks, there is going to be a 1525 on T-Mobile. Would you consider it? I have an unlocked 1520 on T-Mobile, but may seek out and get the 1525, so that all bands are supported
    07-10-2014 04:11 PM
  10. jpal12's Avatar
    It will be a slightly upgraded variant of the lumia 1520, with a Snapdragon 801, and possibly a new design. I think it is stupid and they should go straight to the 1530.
    07-11-2014 10:42 PM
  11. badMojo69's Avatar
    Need to be able to record and output in 4k. 2K screen would nice but not required as Full HD is enough.
    Also WP is plenty fast and optimized, so the 801 would work for me.
    07-12-2014 11:45 AM
  12. Silviu Bogusevschi's Avatar
    2k/4k recording with a phone camera.... I don't understand it.
    07-12-2014 11:47 AM
  13. badMojo69's Avatar
    It will be a slightly upgraded variant of the lumia 1520, with a Snapdragon 801, and possibly a new design. I think it is stupid and they should go straight to the 1530.
    The only change I can see them making is going with the 801 and dumping the capacitive buttons thus shrinking the overall size of the phone but keeping the same display real estate.
    07-12-2014 11:47 AM
  14. badMojo69's Avatar
    2k/4k recording with a phone camera.... I don't understand it.
    4k recording and output for my Big Screen 4K tv ... no mystery.
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    07-12-2014 11:48 AM
  15. Silviu Bogusevschi's Avatar
    4k recording and output for my Big Screen 4K tv ... no mystery.
    You can upscale the FHD video to 2k/4k, or you think you will have a ton of benefits if Nokia will be (I doubt so) able to record 4k?
    07-12-2014 11:51 AM
  16. badMojo69's Avatar
    You can upscale the FHD video to 2k/4k, or you think you will have a ton of benefits if Nokia will be (I doubt so) able to record 4k?
    Nope not a ton...never said that. Just thought it would be nice to have native.
    07-12-2014 11:53 AM
  17. salmanahmad's Avatar
    While 1525 may be a worthy upgrade for those on T-Mobile stuck on older generation devices for those of you who already have 1520, don't buy 1525.

    The differences between Snapdragon 800 and 801 are little, only a few camera processing improvements here and there.
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    07-12-2014 11:54 AM
  18. Silviu Bogusevschi's Avatar
    Nope not a ton...never said that. Just thought it would be nice to have native.
    I have few recorded videos 1080p/30fps of 3-4 min and the size is over 500MB, I don't even want to imagine why should Nokia implement even higher video recording resolution.
    Just a marketing stuff, no benefit, ESPECIALLY from a phone camera. Not even every professional camera is able to record 4k.
    07-12-2014 11:55 AM
  19. salmanahmad's Avatar
    I have few recorded videos 1080p/30fps of 3-4 min and the size is over 500MB, I don't even want to imagine why should Nokia implement even higher video recording resolution.
    Just a marketing stuff, no benefit, ESPECIALLY from a phone camera. Not even every professional camera is able to record 4k.

    4K recording may not have a lot of benefits at the moment but the point of recording 4K videos is that your going to show your relatives/friends the video in a few years when 4K videos are pretty common and 1080p is outdated.

    So 4k does have benefits.
    07-12-2014 12:05 PM
  20. Infamy79's Avatar
    They really need to go with the 805 and not the 801. Don't want to be behind
    Its only a slight variant of an existing model, the 805 or better will come with the McLaren later this year.
    07-12-2014 12:15 PM
  21. Silviu Bogusevschi's Avatar
    4K recording may not have a lot of benefits at the moment but the point of recording 4K videos is that your going to show your relatives/friends the video in a few years when 4K videos are pretty common and 1080p is outdated.

    So 4k does have benefits.
    It's not a benefit.
    07-12-2014 12:24 PM
  22. badMojo69's Avatar
    It's not a benefit.
    To you I'd agree, but to a few others like myself it does.
    07-12-2014 12:45 PM
  23. salmanahmad's Avatar
    It's not a benefit.

    It is. I still have some old 480p videos which at the time seemed amazing but if you view them back on even a laptop, they look pretty terrible.

    1080p won't be totally obsolete in a few years however it will be almost completely replaced by 4K, soon.

    So it is a nice option to have 4K recording on your phone however you shouldn't feel bad if you don't have it.
    07-12-2014 03:10 PM
  24. Blacklac's Avatar
    Forget resolution. Bandwidth is key. Uncompressed 480p looks damn good, its just nobody ever sees uncompressed video from a good camera.

    We need better compression and codecs. The industry as a whole.

    People have been saying 4k is coming soon for years. ;). The industry practically just switched to 1080p, it will be a while before they replace their expensive equipment for 4k. Sure, we may have TV and basic 4k recording ability. That doesn't mean we have a new standard.
    07-12-2014 03:14 PM
  25. salmanahmad's Avatar
    Forget resolution. Bandwidth is key. Uncompressed 480p looks damn good, its just nobody ever sees uncompressed video from a good camera.

    We need better compression and codecs. The industry as a whole.

    People have been saying 4k is coming soon for years. ;). The industry practically just switched to 1080p, it will be a while before they replace their expensive equipment for 4k. Sure, we may have TV and basic 4k recording ability. That doesn't mean we have a new standard.

    I agree with you somewhat. But what I feel bad about is that over the years many of us have recorded amazing moments, some in 480p, some in 720p and some in 1080p.

    As the standards keep changing and by the time we are like in 2030 all our childhood videos would be pretty low-res and not really worthy of showing to anyone. :/
    07-13-2014 12:25 AM
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