Pure View imaging technology delivers high image quality, lossless zoom, and improved low light performance (see below).
It dispenses with the usual scaling/interpolation model of digital zoom used in virtually all smartphones.
We didn’t get a lot of clear cut answers at the time, but several carriers have now come forward and stated their plans for Android 2.x updates.
There are currently seven Android phones in the United States running Android 1.x, so we are going to break the list down by carrier and see which are getting upgraded.
Eligibility requirements vary by carrier, as well as other factors including your carrier rate plan and account history. Any Verizon Wireless, T-Mobile, Sprint, or Nextel cell phone available to new customers is also available at discount pricing to eligible upgrade customers.
As part of the transition, Microsoft continued to use the Nokia brand on Lumia devices until October 2014, when it began to officially phase out the Nokia name in its promotion and production of smartphones in favor of Microsoft branding.While the update won’t be changing much, it’ll add some security fixes and bug fixes, along with the option to turn off the carrier name in the status bar (if it’s like the other 4.4.4 updates, that is). An early upgrade allows select wireless customers to upgrade their mobile device earlier than their service contract states, usually for an additional fee.In both video and stills, this technique provides greater zoom levels as the output picture size reduces, enabling 4× lossless zoom in full HD 1080p video, 6× lossless zoom for 720p HD.Optical image stabilization is also present to nullify shaking of hands when taking a photo and to allow significantly more light to enter the sensor for better low light photos.