Summary: La principal clave para el éxito de Nokia Lumia 820 en el mercado será el precio. Será un teléfono de gama media intentando luchar contra varias propuestas de otras empresas, como HTC , Samsung y Sony que también tienen dispositivos peleando en el segmento medio. Si el teléfono está por debajo de los 300 dólares muy probablemente sea un gran éxito en ventas, pero si el precio va a estar por encima de los 400, quizás haya usuarios que prefieran hacer un esfuerzo para...
Summary: The Lumia 820 is one of Nokia’s latest creations and it pivots around Microsoft’s latest mobile operating system, Windows Phone 8. You could say this is a joint effort by two tech giants to regain credibility in a computing world that is less PC and more mobile. John Kennedy assesses their efforts.
Nokia Lumia 820 Review: More Control, Slimmer, and Reasonably Priced
5 April 2013
Excerpt: Nokia Lumia 820 Review Most of the attention of the Nokia Lumia line-up went to the flagship, the Nokia Lumia 920. However the younger sibling, the Nokia Lumia 820, is quite a gem itself. It sports nearly identical internal specifications and comes with a smaller form factor at 4.3-inches. There’s no PureView camera but it does have microSD storage, removable ...
Summary: The Lumia 820 is a solid Windows Phone 8 mobile, but it won't set the world on fire. Its swappable covers, good camera and slick and Windows Phone 8 software are great, but it's rather thick and heavy, the screen is pretty average and its battery life isn’t wonderful either. It's also expensive compared to competing Android phones.
Pros: Nokia's additional apps and services are worth having; Design is refreshingly different to most smart phones; Windows Phone 8 is slick; Good camera; Expandable memory.
Cons: Thick and heavy; Screen isn't very impressive; Below par battery life; Windows Phone 8 is lacking in app support; No wireless charging mat included; Expensive.
Excerpt: isn’t a flagship phone, and it’s not here to impress veteran smartphone users. But with an on-contract price of just $50, the Windows Phone 8 device is a bargain. The entry-level handset won’t disappoint first-time smartphone buyers, and it has enough features that it’ll satisfy anybody curious about the Windows Phone experience.
Pros: Fast and polished Windows Phone 8 interface. Lighter and thinner than other Nokia Windows phones, easy to use with one hand. Removable covers add value, once you know how to take them off. Great price for what you’re getting.
Cons: Buying into wireless charging ends up costing more than the phone. Display is unimpressive. Actually getting the removable back cover off is a challenge. Brick-like design is uninspired.
Summary: The new Lumia 820 , together with the flagship Lumia 920, marks the start of a brave new era for Microsoft and, crucially, Nokia. Having bet the entire company’s future on Microsoft’s Windows Phone platform, it is important that Windows Phone 8 offers a competitive alternative to the big two in the market today. Perhaps, it is for this reason that the Lumia 820 has the same set of hardware that powers the Lumia 920, but is priced considerably lower.
Summary: The Nokia Lumia 820 is a great phone. It’s not exceptional, but it easily beats the average on most aspects. Nokia’s apps aren’t much of a liability, and it isn’t bloatware either. It adds a lot of value onto Windows Phone than you’d expect and there are no gimmicks here. It produces good multimedia materials, be it with photos, videos or audio.
Excerpt: At the start of this year Nokia launched its first Windows 8 phone in the shape of the Lumia 920, which also is their new flagship model. It's a very capable smartphone with a beautiful screen, optical stabilized camera and features wireless charging. It was not a cheap phone, however. Now Nokia has released the Lumia 820, which is a bit less advanced in some ways but also more affordable.
Conclusion: We can’t help feeling like the Nokia Lumia 820 should feel a little more premium, in the same way the 800 was mostly a shrunken down version of the 900 with something of the same clout. The 820 is a more rounded affair, which certainly lends the air of being pocket friendly. Whether this will appeal to the Windows Phone 8 buyer, although the notion of being able to switch cases to change functionality is interesting.
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