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Sponsored Video: Nokia Lumia 928 Windows Phone Makes Better Low-Light Photos

Jun 14 2013, 5:46am CDT | by , in News | Mobile Phones

Sponsored Video: Nokia Lumia 928 Windows Phone Makes Better Low-Light Photos

Microsoft highlights in the video below the low-light camera performance of the Nokia Lumia 928. It is better than the iPhone 5 and the Galaxy S4.

Nokia invested heavily into the smartphone camera to develop a differentiator. They succeeded and offer phones with up to 21MP (Nokia 808 Purview. Also the top of the line Nokia Windows phone has outstanding camera performance especially in low-light condition. Microsoft released a video that shows in an entertaining way the low-light camera possibilities of the Nokia Lumia 928.

Microsoft drives home the point that the camera of the Lumia 928 is better than the Apple iPhone 5 and better than the Samsung Galaxy S4.

The Nokia Lumia has a 8.7MP camera featuring a wide-angle Carl Zeiss lens, Optical Image Stabilization, Xenon flash.

The Nokia Lumia 928 Windows phone comes with the Lens photo apps, which are built right into the viewfinder of the camera, so you can enhance your photos as you point and shoot. The Lens apps are only available on Windows Phone.

Watch the Nokia Lumia 928 Windows Phone camera performance in the video below.

Microsoft is still far behind in terms of smartphone market share. Such stand-out features like the camera help drive sales, but it is not enough. Windows Phones have several innovative features like live tiles that make them interesting. It will take much more effort though to get closer to the market shares of Android and the iPhone. Microsoft cannot bet on Google or Apple to make mistakes. Apple is likely going to have a major sales push this year if the rumors are true about the $99 iPhone. Microsoft and its hardware partners need to continue to innovate and offer cooler smartphones than Google and Apple if in any way possible.

This post is sponsored by Microsoft.

Find out more on the Windows Phone site.

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