The first of Nokia’s brand-new line-up of smartphones, the Lumia 920 advances the style made well-known by the Finnish giant from barely a year ago in the 800 and 900 set phones.
In that generation, Nokia had a little progressed a phone from a few months prior, the Nokia N9, the initial and only tool with the MeeGo operating system. Now, we’re driving on to a new tool, with refinements to the polycarbonate brick with toughened glass shell that Nokia utilizes.
The inside is different too, with the new Lumia running on similar hardware to many Android phones, including a 1.5GHz dual-core Snapdragon processor, Adreno 225 graphics chip, and 1GB RAM.
Storage inside the Lumia 920 is limited to 32GB, and much like the past generation, there is no microSD slot, so what you have here is what you have. No memory upgrades.
As a new entrant and an OS that has just been overhauled from ground up, I see Windows Phone 8 being a strong contender. The Nokia Lumia 920 is one powerful device, one of the disadvantage I see with the phone is that is packed with too much value. It does so much, much more than the average smartphone user can finish exploring.
Would I love to carry a Nokia Lumia 920? Yes, as a second phone, using the camera and using it for social networking. It is the best phone for social networking that I have used up till date. Time will fail me if I have to tell you everything that is packed in the phone as it’s just too much. If you also love smartphone accessories like wireless chargers, wireless speakers, Monster HD stereo headsets and more colorful accessories, you might want to try out the Nokia Lumia 920 and stand out of the crowd.
Would you be picking a Nokia Lumia 920? The Nokia Lumia 920 is indeed a strong contender, although it isn’t yet as popular as the Nexus 4 that keeps getting out of stock. The users will have to decide if they go all out in masses to get the phone when it is finally available in the market.
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