Nokia 920 Lumia
Nokia’s new flagship phone for Windows Phone 8 is the Lumia 920. With a great design that is similar to previous handsets in the Lumia range but with all new much more powerful hardware the Lumia 920 is sure to be a winner and convert even more people to Microsoft’s fantastic new operating system.
- Dual-core 1.5 GHz Krait Processor
- 4.5 inch IPS Display
- Windows Phone 8
- PureMotion HD+
- Wireless Charging
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Nokia 920 Lumia Specs
- Talk Time: Up to 17 h (2G) , Up to 10 h (3G)
- Standby: Up to 400 h (2G) , Up to 400 h (3G)
- Size: 130.3 x 70.8 x 10.7 mm
- Weight: 185 g
- Display: 4.5 inch IPS Display
- Resolution: 1280 x 768 pixels
- Processor: Dual-core 1.5 GHz Krait Processor
- OS: Windows
- Frequency: Quad Band
- Messaging: SMS (threaded view), MMS, Email, Push Email, IM
- Camera: 8 MP, 3264 x 2448 pixels, Carl Zeiss optics, optic
- Music: MP3, WAV, eAAC+, WMA player
- Memory: 32 GB storage, 1 GB RAM
- Data Speed: HSDPA, 42.2 Mbps; HSUPA, 5.76 Mbps
- Browser: HTML5
- Java: No
- Connectivity: WiFi, Bluetooth, USB, NFC
Nokia made some of the best handsets for Windows Phone 7, so does that experience help with the new Lumia 920? We would definitely say yes. The design definitely follows on from the Lumia 800 and 900 of the previous generation. The body is composed from curved, coloured polycarbonate fashioned in one piece. The camera is found in a black strip in the centre of the rear panel. The screen is covered by similarly curved piece of Corning Gorilla Glass 2 for protection and scratch resistance. The 920 is quite a large handset at 10.7mm its nowhere near as thin as many of its rivals. Also at 188g in weight it’s one of heaviest smartphones around. Nevertheless thanks to its beautifully ergonomic curved design the Lumia 920 feels great in the hand, build quality is absolutely top notch and it feels and looks like a real premium product.
The screen of the Nokia Lumia 920 is 4 and a half inches in size and features an HD resolution of 1280 x 768 pixels. The resulting pixel density is impressively high and in practice your unlikely to ever discern individual pixels. Everything looks beautifully crisp and smooth. Nokia have also improved other aspects of the screen with something they call PureMotion HD+. The pixels respond more than twice as fast as other phone displays so fast motion is handle superbly well without any kind of blur. Contrast and black levels are also excellent and the screen will automatically adjust its brightness and colour balance based on the ambient lighting conditions.
The Lumia 920 runs Windows Phone 8: the latest version Microsoft’s window OS for phones. Version 8 sports some big improvements over prior version, both visual and under the hood. The result is that you can do far more than you could before even easier and more intuitively. Visually Windows Phone 8 uses the same Metro design language as before with a few key differences. The home screen is still made up of bold colourful live tiles that display useful information that automatically updates. These tiles now span the width of screen in Windows Phone 8 eliminating the strip of unused space in Windows Phone 7. There is also a new smaller size of tile that can be used for simple shortcuts and icons. You can fit 4 of these smaller tiles into the space of one normal tile. This allows for much more flexibility in how to create and customize you home screen to suit your needs.
A number of new features and functionality are built in: Windows Phone 8 now supports USB mass storage mode for easy drag and drop file transfers to and from your computer. Bluetooth file transfer are also supported as is the ability to use NFC (near field communication) to transfer simple files just by touching to phones together. Media support is much better with Windows Phone 8 supporting most file types and codecs. Nokia maps are now used as the universal mapping app and includes real time traffic updates and offline caching.
Nokia’s have always been known for great cameras and the Lumia 920 is no exception. The 8 megapixel (it’s actually technically an 8.7 megapixel sensor but the max picture size is 8 megapixels) on the rear feature some very clever and innovative technology to create wonderful photos and video. The camera unit features optical image stabilization - a feature normally seen on much larger commercial video cameras – this makes videos much smoother and eliminates shakiness and wobbling from unsteady hands and walking motions. The Lumia 920 is the first phone in the world to incorporate this technology and the results are definitely far superior to the normal digital image stabilization used by its competitors.
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Nokia 920 Lumia Reviews
- Look and Feel - 5 Stars
- Ease of Use - 4 Stars
- Features - 4 Stars
- Performance - 4 Stars
- Battery - 4 Stars
- Overall - 4 Stars
Great screen and camera packed in a great body
Quite a heavy handset
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