Nokia has been forced to fess up that their new smartphone the Lumia 920 may not be all that its cracked up to be. The company has had to issue an apology on the same day that the phone was released after attentive technology bloggers noticed that Nokia faked video footage that was supposed to demonstrate their fancy new camera that features image stabilization. In the video a couple is riding bikes near a dock. Two sets of footage are shown of a young man filming the woman on her bike that are supposed to illustrate how well Nokia’s Optical Image Stabilization works. Unfortunately for Nokia the young woman passes a window in which a reflection can be seen of a cameraman in a van using professional equipment to capture the footage. The company issued an apology for the deception saying that the video was merely a simulation of what the camera can do and admitting that they should have posted a disclaimer.
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