It's the Nokia Lumia 928, the camera phone that wants to capture your attention by taking the best low-light pictures possible.
According to the TV advertisement, the camera comes with this claim: take better low light pictures than the iPhone 5 and Samsung Galaxy 3.
We should point out that the Galaxy 3 is not the very latest Galaxy model. There's an S4, which has a special low light night setting.
Off we go to an amusement park to search for a place with as little light as possible. We battle through the bubbles and sweat to find the perfect location in a fun house. We snap the same photo with each phone. No flash.
And the results? The Lumia captures the subject and the background better than the Galaxy S3. And even better than the iPhone 5.
This phone is definitely a deal.
Saturday will start off unsettled, especially S&E, but towards the afternoon most of us should remain drier with light scattered showers.
Saturday (79/68): AM Rain, PM Clouds
Weekend, clouds will stick around throughout Saturday and Sunday as wet weather dampens the first weekend in August. Saturday will start off unsettled, especially S&E, but towards the afternoon most of us should remain drier with light scattered showers. There is a better chance for more widespread precipitation Sunday with on and off showers/thunderstorms possible.
Saturday (79/68): AM Rain PM Clouds
Sunday (81/68): Cloudy, Showers & T-Storms
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The United States tortured al Qaida detainees captured after the 9/11 attacks, President Obama said Friday, in some of his most expansive comments to date about a controversial set of CIA practices that he banned after taking office.
Breaking news out of Delaware, and the news is good. SkyFOX was live Thursday over the Interstate 495 bridge in Wilmington, where the southbound lanes reopened at 5 p.m. after a nearly two-month closure.
If you're headed out on a shore getaway this afternoon, it could be a wet ride. The National Weather Service has issued Flash Flood Warning for parts of New Jersey and Delaware.