Let us do a quick comparison:
|Nokia LUMIA 520||Nokia LUMIA 510|
|OS||Windows Phone 8||Windows Phone 7.5|
|Processor||1 GHz Qualcomm Krait, Dual Core||800 MHz|
|Video Recording||720 x 1280, 30 fps||640 x 480, 30 fps|
|HD||Recording HD||No HD|
|Other Camera Features||Cinemagraph, Smart Shoot, Panorama, Auto Focus, Touch Focus, Landscape Orientation, Auto and Manual Exposure, Auto and Manual White Balance, Active Toolbar, Full Screen View Finder, Geo-tagging, Automatic Photo Upload to Web Services, Digital Camera Add-ons: Cinemagraph Lens, Bing Vision, Smart Shoot Lens, Panorama Lens, Capture Modes, Scene Modes, White Balance Modes, Light Sensitivity, Image Editor||Touch Focus, Auto and Manual Exposure, Geo-tagging, Auto and Manual White Balance, Face Recognition, Full Screen View Finder, Center Weighted Auto Exposure, Image Editor|
|Size||64×119.9×9.9 mm||64.9×120.7×11.5 mm|
|Weight||124 g||129 g|
|Type||1430 mAh||1300 mAh|
|Talk Time||14 hrs (2G), 9 hrs (3G)||6 hrs (2G), 8 hrs (3G)|
|Standby Time||360 hrs (3G)||738 hrs (2G), 653 hrs (3G)|
|Memory and Storage|
|Internal Mass Memory||8 GB||4 GB|
|Expandable Memory||microSD, upto 64 GB||Not supported.|
|Memory||512 MB RAM||256 MB RAM|
|Internet & Connectivity|
|Preinstalled Browser||Internet Explorer 10||Internet Explorer 9|
|3G||21.1 Mbps HSDPA; 5.76 Mbps HSUPA||7.2 Mbps HSDPA; 5.76 Mbps HSUPA|
|Navigation Technology||A-GPS, GLONASS, with Nokia Maps||A-GPS, with Nokia Maps, Bing Maps|
|Music Player||Supports eAAC+, MP3||Supports MP3, WAV, eAAC|
|Video Player||Supports 3GP, M4V, H.263, AVI, MOV, 3G2, H.264, AVC, WMV 9, VC-1, 3GPP, MP4, ASF, HD||Supports H.264, H.263, MPEG-4, VC-1, WMV 9, 3GPP, ASF, AVC|
Archeological analysis has confirmed that our Google Maps Street View team has indeed found one of history’s long lost relics: a treasure map belonging to the infamous pirate, William “Captain” Kidd.
The map was found on a recent expedition in the Indian Ocean, as part of a deep-water dive to expand our underwater Street View collection. Captain Kidd was rumored to have buried his treasure around the world, and tales of a long-lost treasure map have lingered for generations.
When Dr. Marco Meniketti, an independent archaeologist, confirmed that this was Captain Kidd’s 315 year-old map, we were very excited. However, as seen in the video, the map contains a variety of encrypted symbols and is not readily decipherable. We need your help to decipher these symbols and find Captain Kidd’s treasures; therefore we’ve decided to digitize the map and make it accessible to everyone.
Our digital version allows anyone to explore Captain Kidd’s long-lost treasure map
To access Captain Kidd’s treasure map, click here or on the “Treasure” button in the top right corner of Google Maps. If we all work together, we can solve the mystery.
Be sure to follow the Google Maps G+ page as we work together to decipher the clues to Captain Kidd’s buried secrets.
Tatsuo Nomura, Software Engineer, Google Maps
Update: 4/1 6:44a (JST) Due to our nascent nano-scanner technology we weren’t able to scan to the closest zoom levels. If you come across a blank map, zoom out to get back to the treasure map.
Update: 4/2 12:16p (PDT) Upon further analysis of the hidden clues in the map, we’ve confirmed that the map does not belong to the famous pirate William Captain Kidd but was instead created by a Google engineer as a joke. April Fools!
Visit the Google Maps G+ page to follow the clues to these hidden letters.
Source: The article is an exact copy of this.
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