Nokia Lumia 920 visual review

By Posted 2 Nov 2012, 07:48

Last month we had a chance to see a few hands-on videos that took a closer look at the Nokia Lumia 920, and in this particular article we had a chance to see the Samsung Galaxy S3 compared to the Lumia 920 in a quick hands-on. Things have changed since the start of last month, and now you’ll find plenty of Nokia Lumia 920 reviews to help you gain more insight into the devices specs, most important features, and other factors that make or break this new Windows 8 phone.

Nokia state that the Lumia 920 is “leagues” ahead of the competition and it wants to prove this with its innovation, which is found in a 4.5-inch PureMotion HD+ display, and PureView technology found on the camera with a Carl Zeiss lens and Optical Image Stabilization. Where many other smartphones can dock and be tapped to play music, it seems that the Nokia Lumia 920 goes a step further by allowing wireless charging right out of the box and can be charged with a massive range of Qi-compatible chargers.

Nokia Lumia 920 visual review – we’ve included a few videos below this article that take a visual look at the Lumia 920, and these reviews take a look at the new smartphone from a number of perspectives. You’ll see a few hands-on reviews, and also some more focused videos that give the Nokia Lumia 920 a review for certain features like the Facebook lock screen, sound recording, and camera settings.

Each of the reviewers give their own take on the Nokia Lumia 920, although some are a little more negative than others, which one problem a few people noticed had been the weight and size of the Lumia 920. If you don’t mind a smartphone a bit heavier than most, then the specs might make up for that and the main features can be seen below. We can see a lot of Nokia and Windows Phone fans rejoicing in finally seeing this OS on a high resolution display, but whether to purchase the Lumia 920 might come down to how important you class a camera on a smartphone.

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  • fuyao

    Nokia 920 is the best phone around. I don’t mind the weight since girlie Jessica Alba doesn’t complain about it. What’s important it packs PureView technology for the best camera. Best industrial design phone, offline maps and navigation drive, wireless charging, glove-friendly touchscreen, and very fluid, responsive UI. I’m done with not so durable, plastic phones from other manufacturers.