Reality Bytes: I still await a real reason to be proud of Nokia

For the last three weeks, I've been using Nokia's Lumia 820 smartphone. It's a curious hybrid of excellence and frustration.

17th February, 2013
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For the last three weeks, I've been using Nokia's Lumia 820 smartphone. It's a curious hybrid of excellence and frustration. And it leaves you wondering whether Nokia hasn't backed the wrong horse in the smartphone wars it once dominated.

The Lumia 820 is representative of Nokia's smartphone range. As such, it represents all that is best and most curious about Nokia's current direction. It packs in some amazing features. But they are, for the most part,...

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