The Finnish company announced their first Windows Phone 8 flagship model the Nokia Lumia 920. The company claimed it to be the most innovative smartphone. Proving the clam it includes a handful of innovations. After the “Not so much hailed” Windows Phone 7 series, Nokia came up with this legendary Windows Phone to overcome the flaws and disadvantages of predecessor. With this model Nokia once again achieved a milestone in the world of smartphone against its competitors.
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The Unibody Lumia 920 comes loaded with a 1.5 Dual-Core Snapdragon Krait processor with a 1 GB RAM and with Adreno 225 GPU. It comes preloaded with a mammoth 32GB storage which cannot be expanded. Weighing 185 grams with a thickness of 10.7mm, 920 feels slightly bulky in the hand of an average palm. The reason being it contains lot of features packed with it along with a small negativity-the size factor. Coming to the build of the phone it looks much similar to the Nokia’s previous generation device Lumia 900. The mobile body is made with Nokia’s Unique Polycarbonate shell. Various color shells are available where the Black and Cyan has matte finish while others have glossy finish. It has a curves surface at the back packed with a whooping 2000mAh battery that can with stand the phone 4G LTE connection. The device has wireless charging capabilities with the help of Qi wireless charging technology. It has Power Button, Camera, Volume keys to its right side of the Body and SIM slot and 3.5mm jack to the top. Lumia 920 has NFC, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and USB 2.0 for connectivity.
Unlike most of the other high-end smartphones, Lumia 920 comes with a massive 4.5inch IPS-LCD display instead of the AMOLED and has a resolution of 1280 x 768 (720p) with 332ppi. As one of the invention Nokia it has the ‘Pure Motion HD+’ display in this which offers much more clarity and sharper display than any other smartphone. It has a 60 fps screen that gives the guarantee of less blur. It also features a Super-Sensitive touch which allows the users to use the touch even wearing a gloves. Lumia 920 display also contains Nokia’s proprietary ClearBack Display which improves the colour contrast and reduces the reflection of the screen thus enabling the user to use even in bright sunlight. The display is protected by the Corning Gorilla glass 2 that is known for its durability.
The Finnish company is an expert in Camera performance which they proved to the world with the Nokia 808 Symbian phone. Now, they have brought the very same performance to the Windows Phone platform with Nokia Lumia 920. The Nokia Lumia 920 features an 8.7 Megapixel Camera along with Carl Zeiss optics that can take stunning images. It also has an 1.3 Megapixel wide angle front camera for video calls. Nokia included the PureView technology that was implemented in the 808 resulting in an amazing and jaw dropping camera results especially in low-light. Nokia claims it has the best low light performance than any other smartphone camera in the market. As an addition to this it comes with OIS i.e. Optical Image Stabilization which enhances the image by avoiding the shake and vibration caused while shooting photos. It produces distinctive results even while recording videos by suppressing the shakes and vibration. Nokia is now ahead in the smartphone camera race with its extra ordinary PureView Technology.
Nokia Lumia 920’s performance has been much improved than the predecessor devices running the 7.8 version of OS. The enhanced capabilities of the Windows Phone 8 OS along with Nokia’s hardware deliver a classy performance. The dual core processor and 1GB RAM provides a smoother transitions. The processing speed of Lumia 920 is better than the previous generation devices. The 2000mAh gives a solid 3G talk time of 10hours.
If you are looking for professional phone that does not lag or hang and want a smooth and flawless performance along with a pretty good camera; if you do not want to be concerned about the size, then this is the mobile that you have been looking for.