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Other features include wireless charging and 32GB of storage for your apps and snaps. On Tuesday we'll be live from the London launch of the new flagship Lumia Windows Phone, although it may have a different name in different regions. Keep it CNET for all the first news, previews and videos of the new Lumia, including a live blog breaking the news in style. What do you think of the 928? Tell me your thoughts in the comments or on our Facebook page. Nokia has finally confirmed the new Nokia Lumia 928, a flagship Windows Phone with souped-up PureView camera technology.
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The conventional wisdom is that Apple has the best selection of apps and the majority of exclusive apps. But that list of iOS-only killer apps has shrunk in recent years and months. Consider Instagram's eventual transition to Android, which was so wildly popular that it was a factor in Facebook's billion-dollar acquisition of the photo-centric social network just a few days later. Indeed, as Time's Harry McCracken reported recently, Android and iOS are very evenly matched across the board: each platform boasts around 800,000 apps. And the Android world still remains comparatively fragmented -- device compatibility isn't a given. Of course, the iOS world isn't as monolithic as it once was -- certain new apps won't run on older devices.