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Jun 5, 2014, 10:16 AM
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Speed dial???

Does this phone have number speed dial?? If so I cant figure it out...
From start screen tap the phone icon.
Scroll to the left to speed dial.
Add who you want.

From then on tapping the phone icon brings you to the list. It isn't press a number speed dial. Since you have to take another tap to bring up the keypad th...

Sep 20, 2013, 11:06 AM
over in the "Nokia Lumia 1020" discussion:

About lack of expandable storage

I've had mine for a little over a month. I unlocked it and use it on T-Mobile. After futzing with the APN I was able to get MMS and E-Mail to cooperate.

The internal storage seems to be adequate. I synch it with my computer about one a week unless there is a pressing project that requires the images sooner.

I'm sitting on 14.8 GB free space at the moment and will not be synching it until later this afternoon.

I use the Pureview option that creates 5 mp files and not the one that is 5 mp + 38 mp (5mp + 34 mp in 16:9). I'm not creating the huge files that folks who saw the sensor size were anticipating.

With my 808 I used the larger sized files and completely filled a 32 gb microsd in about two weeks while on an extended shoot. ...

Jul 16, 2013, 10:38 AM
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I know this has some large camera, and to some who are into this camera festish its great. But I'm wondering how the phone is going to deal with manipulating large image files without slowing down, and then, how many even with compression can be saved before bloating the device down.
Especially with no option of expandable memory. They'll be overloaded in a heartbeat. Unless they compress them?
The idea is that most images aren't actually saved at 41 megapixels. They're captured at high-res, then sized down to eliminate noise. Or you can use it to zoom in and still save a full-res (5-8 megapixel) image.
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