Nokia Lumia 520

Nokia hits the low end with its cheapest Windows Phone 8:



The Nokia Lumia 520 is designed to be a budget Windows Phone 8 smartphone…


119.9 x 64 x 9.9 mm, 75.7 cc (4.72 x 2.52 x 0.39 in)


124 g (4.37 oz)

Specifications on the Nokia Lumia 520 include 512MB of RAM and 8GB of built in storage, plus a microSD card slot which can take up to 64GB cards…

Card slot

microSD, up to 64 GB


8 GB, 512 MB RAM


5 MP, 2592х1936 pixels, autofocus


1/4” sensor size, geo-tagging


Yes, 720p@30fps



This 520 Lumia comes with a 4 inch IPS display with a resolution of 800 x 480 pixels, and it features a dual core 1GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor.

We would have liked to see a gyroscope and an ambient light sensor on the Lumia 520 besides the accelerometer and proximity sensor, but we reckon that their exclusion is explained again by the price. In any case, that won’t inhibit the phone’s functionality greatly.


Microsoft Windows Phone 8


Dual-core 1 GHz


Adreno 305


Accelerometer, proximity






Yes, with A-GPS support and GLONASS




SoC – Qualcomm MSM8227 dual-core processor:
Despite its low-end leanings, the Nokia Lumia 520 is powered by a decently fast processor. The Qualcomm MSM8227 CPU has two Krait cores ticking at 1GHz. This is the same processor powering the European HTC Windows Phone 8S. It is manufactured with a 28nm process, so it should deliver power efficiency without a performance compromise. That along with 512MB of RAM should be more than enough for problem-free surfing, viewing videos and playing games. The handset also has an Adreno 305 GPU coupled with the processor. The combination sounds ideal for low-end smartphones and performs capably when rendering graphics. We will be testing the real world performance of this combo when we get our hands on the Lumia 520.

Here is an hands on review…


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BLUETOOTH : Name reason.

The King Harald Bluetooth was ruled Denmark in the year of 900. He connected one part of Norway with Denmark and introduced Christianity in his country.  He died after the war with her ​​son in 986. This bluetooth technology was developed by Northern(Den mark, Sweden, Norway and Finland) country scientist. Because of love over the historical king Bluetooth, they named BLUETOOTH for this technology. There is no relation between this name and technology.

3Doodler- World’s first 3D pen

A new company called WobbleWorks out of Boston recently launched the first 3D drawing pen called the 3Doodler:


WobbleWorks LLC co-founders: Peter Dilworth and Max Bogue.

Peter Dilworth, said that, “We wanted to design a 3D printing device that could be used within minutes, without needing any technical knowledge, software or computers.
We also wanted it to be affordable as well as fun, so that anyone could 3Doodle.”

3D imaging or stereoscopy is a technique used for creating or enhancing the illusion of depth in an image by means of stereoscopic for binocular vision.

Doodler is claimed to be the world’s first and only 3D Printing Pen. Using ABS plastic (the material used by many 3D printers), 3Doodler draws in the air or on surfaces.

It’s compact and easy to use, and requires no software or computers. Users can just plug it into a power socket and can start drawing anything within minutes.

With the 3Doodler pen, users can make 3D creations accessible to everyone. Using this pen, users can scribble, trace or wave a finger in the air.
The device will be 24mm thick and weigh less than 200g with an external power brick that accepts 110-240V.




Russians were recovering from meteor fall

Meteor falls in Russia Ural Mountains

Moscow: A meteor streaked through the sky and exploded Friday over Russia’s Ural Mountains with the power of an atomic bomb,

Its sonic blasts shattering countless windows and injuring more than 750 people.

The meteor – estimated to be about 10 tons – entered the Earth’s atmosphere at a hypersonic speed of at least 54,000 kph (33,000 mph) and shattered about 30-50 kilometers (18-32 miles) above the ground,
the Russian Academy of Sciences said in a statement.


The woman cleans away glass debris from a window after a meteorite explosion over Chelyabinsk region

CHELYABINSK, Russia (AP) – A small army of workers set to work Saturday to replace the estimated 200,000 square meters (50 acres) of windows shattered by the shock wave from a meteor that exploded over Russia’s Chelyabinsk region.


At Chelyabinsk schools when the meteor exploded , 204 schoolchildren were injured.
The meteor that shattered over the Ural Mountains was estimated to be 20 times more powerful than the atomic bomb dropped on Hiroshima during World War II. It blew out thousands of windows and left more than 1,000 people injured in Chelyabinsk, a city of 1 million. And yet no one saw it coming; it was about the size of a bus.