July 4, 2013
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Really haven’t updated the blog for a while, so, what’s been happening for Nokia?
Well, just one week to go to get the Nokia ‘EOS’ unveiled in New York, rumours and speculations regarding the phone are flying high in cybersphere. A recent leak indicates Lumia 1020 is the product name, which will be the first product to carry 4-digit name in the Lumia family. However, evleaks, the infamous leaking account on twitter, just tweeted that the name should actually be Nokia 909, following the name convention for Nokia’s pioneer in PureView category, the PureView 808. 1020 or 909, whichever names Nokia chooses to use actually doesn’t matter, what matters most is to get them hit the shelf as soon as possible.
Now, back to the topic for today, Optical Image Stablization. Nokia released a video vividly showing the components inside its current flagship, the Lumia 925 and highlighting how the light pass though those 6 layers of lenses when optical image stablization is on!
Check it out, and probably Samsung and HTC have already watched this video for dozens of times, you know what I mean, don’t you?