The Lumia 920 is the latest flagship phone from Nokia with an elegant design and tough exterior. The solid body is built out of a polycarbonate unibody shell making it a little heavy when you start comparing it with other Smartphones in its class.
Nokia promises to have built in the best camera technology for this phone. The best attribute of this phone would be its camera with a Carl Zeiss lens and the PureView technology with Optical Image Stabilization (OIS). What sets Nokia Lumia aside from all the other phones in its competition is its operating system. It runs Windows 8 OS on board and it seems to be extremely efficient when it comes to the ease of access and user experience. It does have a learning curve for first time users, but once you get used to it, you’ll find it to have the best user friendly and unique user interface of any smartphone.
- 4.5-inch HD screen
- Dual-core, 1.5GHz processor with 1GB RAM
- Windows Phone 8 Operating System
- Storage capacity is 32GB
- As far as connectivity is concerned it has 4G, Wi-Fi, GPS, NFC, Bluetooth, Qi wireless charging.
- 8.7 megapixel rear camera with Pureview technology.
The 920 doesn’t inherit the 808’s incredible 41-megapixel titan of a sensor. The 920’s 1/3-inch sensor is par for the course in a contemporary phone; we can’t expect any miracles in the noise department. However, Nokia is positioning the 920 as a low-light champ. It claims it earns its PureView badge with a fast F2.0 lens and optical image stabilization that keeps the camera unit steady at low shutter speeds, soaking up light while avoiding blur from shaky hands. And like the 808, the 920 has true multi-aspect-ratio support. It looks pretty good on paper. We put the phone through its paces to see how it does in the real world. For more information, visit (http://connect.dpreview.com/post/9128863653/nokia-lumia-920-camera-review-first-look)
The Nokia Lumia 920 has recently won the Reader’s Choice Smartphone of the Year Award in the Engadget Awards 2012. Partnering with AT&T, it is surely going to capture the U.S. market. For those of who got bored using the same old OS in other smartphones, this is a time to change and experience something new.