Nokia’s Lumia 920 has been hailed as the flagship handset that is set to give the firm a chance to comeback from the lukewarm reception to its own Symbian OS.
As the first Windows Phone 8 device, both Nokia and Microsoft will be pinning their hopes on the Lumia 920’s success, and smartphone fans will be eagerly watching to see how the device improves on the Lumia 900.
Nokia Lumia 920 specs and features
The Nokia Lumia 920 boasts a slightly larger display screen compared to the Nokia Lumia 900, 4.5 inches compared to 4.3, and comes in a spectrum of colours (grey, yellow, red, white and black).
Surprisingly Nokia has opted for a dual core Snapdragon S4 processor, when most of the up to the minute devices have moved on to quad-core.
Having said that, some have argued that the dual-core processor is the most appropriate chip for handling the extra apps on offer from the Windows 8 OS.
Smartphone users will no doubt give the thumbs up to the device’s 32GB of internal storage space and 1GB of RAM.
Nokia Lumia 920: where it sets itself apart
The model boasts a 1280×768 curved-glass WXGA display, and while other of devices also have high resolution screens, the Nokia 920 is set to offer even sharper graphics in the form of the PureMotion HD+.
This feature takes the screen display beyond HD, supposedly delivering a display that is 25% brighter than the next brightest smartphone display on the market.
Other benefits include a higher screen refresh rate and a blur-free image when playing games and watching videos.
The ‘PureView’ technology powering the device’s 8.7MP camera is also one of the smartphone’s key USP’s, capturing up to ten times more light than other smartphone cameras.
Some reviews of the Nokia 920 have already given the device an impressive score 4 out of 5, so we can only hope that the device lives up to its positive ratings.
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