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It doesn't really matter what kind of cell phone you have—battery life is one of the most important features for any electronic device.
Turn Off Automatic BackupsSimilar to automatic updates, it's best to chose when you wish to backup your phone. Cut Off Unneeded Background Running AppsWhile you may want some apps to run in the background, you might have installed an app or two that you really don't need running anything in the background. Nokia’s most recent pair of Windows Phone 8 Lumia handsets, the Nokia Lumia 925 and Nokia Lumia 1020, hit the market in quick succession and both were touted as top-tier camera phones, sporting the company’s innovative PureView imaging technology. But what are the major differences between the two handsets? The Nokia Lumia 925 is the follow-up device to the first PureView branded Nokia Lumia Windows Phone, the Nokia Lumia 920, and as such it sports a similar, though slightly tweaked, camera setup.
The Lumia 925 has autofocus, touch focus, face detection, panoramic mode, white balance, a dedicated two-stage shutter button and 1080p video capture. As well as producing great pictures and video purely from a quality standpoint, the Lumia 925 offers additional functionality via Nokia’s suite of dedicated imaging apps. Nokia Smart Camera features a number of modes, many of which are based around multi-shot capture. Brilliantly, all the photo data remains stored on the edited image, so you can go back at any time and tweak it, or create a new copy to play with.
It also has ‘Super sensitive’ touch which enables things like operating the display while wearing gloves.
Nokia utilises the large aperture, sensor, mechanical shutter and optical stabilisation to achieve what’s known as an ‘oversampling’ technique, where the camera takes in huge amounts of light and detail but doesn’t compromise on image quality. The result is an amazing image and video quality unlike anything else in the smartphone space. Not content with offering the best image quality on the mobile market, Nokia has also added stacks of extra functionality too.

As with the Nokia 808, the Lumia 1020 offers a 4x ‘lossless zoom’ due to the sheer quantity of detail packed into the images, but Nokia’s gone one further by setting the Lumia 1020 up to capture and process together so much data that you can zoom, crop and edit a picture post-capture until your heart’s content, and best of all the quality is consistent throughout. Better still, just as with the Lumia 925’s post-capture editing, the original image is always there to go back to and tweak.
And on top of all that, as well as still featuring the Nokia Smart Camera and Cinemagraph apps, the Lumia 1020 introduces the Nokia Pro Camera app, which offers an unprecedented level of DLSR-like fine-control for a this smartphone’s camera. The interface is highly intuitive and lets you adjust shutter speed, exposure, ISO settings (as high as 3,200), white balance and manual focus. Not only does this mean you can get the picture exactly as you want it for things like close-up shots or specific lighting conditions, but it also means you can mess around with creative capture capabilities.
Ramping up the exposure and shutter speed while capturing a busy city road junction at night will let you create one of those motion capture scenes where the car lights stream into luminescent ribbons, for example. The processor is also the same Qualcomm Snapdragon dual-core chip at the same 1.5GHz clockspeed, but it does pack 2GB of RAM this time round to help with all that photo processing. We've written tons of articles on how to get better battery life from your Android, iPhone, Kindle, and more, but we've never really covered Windows Phones before—until now. In most cases, you will know the wireless network you wish to connect to, so searching constantly for wireless networks can be a waste of battery. If you haven't made any changes to your phone, do you really need to back it up every few hours or every day?
Check out CNET's video with Sharon Vaknin below for some more useful battery-saving tips for your Windows 8 Phone. If you absolutely need some of these items to run, then of course you can leave them on, just know that they do decrease your battery life.If you have any other Nokia Lumia 920 and Windows Phone 8 battery tips, let us know in the comments section. Over the existing Lumia 920 setup Nokia has added a sixth lens layer made from glass instead of plastic and has tweaked things to allow an ISO setting as high as 1,200.
As with the Lumia 920, the results are incredibly impressive with good dynamic range, saturation and detail and the imaging quality remains excellent in low light conditions.

This includes existing apps such as Cinemagraph, which allows you to create and edit moving GIFs, but has now been updated further with the Nokia Smart Camera app. When capturing an image, you can quickly edit it on the fly to create things like a motion-capture sequence, where you can even add and remove individual frames or adjust their level of transparency.
Other supported functionality includes a motion blur, the ability to remove people who walk in front of the shot and a best face picker. The fit and finish is to Nokia’s usual high standard and you’d be hard pressed to find a phone which looks nicer or feels better in the hand.
It’s a 4.5-inch contoured AMOLED setup using the company’s ClearBlack and PureMotion HD+ technology layers which mean you’ve got excellent contrast and colour, as well as depth to blacks and dark tones, very good usability in bright lighting conditions and seriously slick latency.
The resolution is 1280x768 pixels while the pixel density comes in at 334 pixels-per-inch (ppi) for a sharp, clear picture.
That may not be the most fearsome spec line-up on the planet, but it doesn’t need to be as Windows Phone 8 and its app ecosystem are relatively well-optimised and not particularly demanding when it comes to processing crunch.
Nonetheless, the Lumia 1020 is the first Lumia Windows Phone handset to carry the ‘true’ 41-megapixel PureView tech. The display setup is identical to the Lumia 925’s and produces an equally bright, colourful and punchy image with great clarity. As with the Lumia 925, the Windows Phone 8 software is well-optimised with the hardware and the whole setup runs quite smoothly.

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