The Lumia 1020 supports dual band 802.11 a/b/g/n.
If you are not near any WiFi area you can still connect to the internet via HSPA or if you have an LTE capable SIM and the signal in your area is available better set the connection speed to 4G and it will be much faster. You can also share your mobile data via internet sharing (WiFi Hotspot).
There is an app called Data Sense to monitor your data consumption as well as set limit to your monthly usage.
There is also Bluetooth 3.0 on board which supports file transfer.
|Transfer My Data|
This app allows you to transfer your contact from your old phone to your Lumia 1020 via Bluetooth connection. If your old phone supports transferring other files like messages and pictures it can also be done here.
It also has NFC, aside from the Tap+Send function it is also being used for the Wallet app. The wallet, as the name suggests can digitally store your coupons, credit cards, membership card etc and use them without the actual card.
As mentioned in the previous part of this review, the Lumia 1020 supports Mass Storage mode wherein your PC sees it as an external storage. You can transfer any file you want and if it has the proper app to handle them it can be opened in your phone.
Like any other cellular device, you can switch it to airplane mode however since there is no quick toggle settings you need to go to settings>airplane mode to turn it on or off.
This Lumia device runs on WP8 platform and one of its key selling points is the Office. It allows you to view and edit documents, presentation and spreadsheet. Files are automatically saved in your free 7GB SkyDrive account.
You can also enable the SharePoint in the settings>office, it allows you to share your documents and spreadsheets with other people via a SharePoint server.
One Note is an all-in-one note taking applications, it allows you to add pictures and voice memos. You can also share it via email as well as activate the To Do features.
The calendar offers to do, day and agenda views aside from the usual today and monthly views. It can synchronize to your online accounts too.
The calculator can be viewed in portray or landscape mode, if you do the latter you will have the screenshot above with trigonometric functions otherwise that portion is hidden.
You can set multiple alarms with different names, different sound as well as repeat intervals.
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