Excerpt: The Lumia 920 takes everything that Nokia learned from the Lumia 900 and 800 (and arguably the ill-fated N9) and super-sizes it. The overall design and engineering is excellent the 4.5-inch 1280 x 760-pixel display is crisp and vibrant. WP8 isn’t the radical reinvention that WP7 was – like the Lumia 920 itself it’s the same thing only more so. The optically stabilised camera has good low-light performance alongside crisp general photo taking.
Summary: Last chance. Nokia is one of Microsoft's most important partners for launching the Windows 8 Phone. The Lumia 920 stands out from the contenders with a unique design, good camera and additional apps. The Finnish company demands 649 Euros (~$860 RRP) for the premium model.
Pros: Well processed casing, High-res 4.5 inch screen, Simple use of Windows Phone 8, LTE & NFC and dual-band Wi-Fi, Fast, ARM-based hardware, High-end camera with optical image stabilizer, 24 month warranty, IPS-HD screen with solid rates, Good battery life, The unique design, the preinstalled applications from Nokia and the available performance.
Cons: Comparatively bulky and heavy, Limited connectivity, No card reader & non-removable battery, Cheap headset in scope of delivery, Screen could be brighter, Temperature development during load, A more extensive app offers in Microsoft's store, lower waste heat during load and more extensive camera settings.
Conclusion: Currently the Nokia Lumia 920 is available to pre-order exclusively on EE priced £19.99 for the phone, £46 a month for unlimited minutes and texts and 3GB of data. Phones4U is also selling it on EE. If you're planning on using 4G opt for at least 3GB of data a month. At £500 SIM free it's expensive - comparable to the iPhone 5, but £100 more than the HTC 8X. The Nokia Lumia 920 excels in many areas.
Pros: High-quality build, range of colour options, Fantastic screen, Great camera - particularly in low light, WP8 is intuitive and includes some new features
Conclusion: Frankly people, this isn’t the most cutting-edge or compelling device in recent memory, as we can name quite a few notable ones that are superbly premium in all categories. Regardless of that, the Nokia Lumia 920 simply has the luxury of being attached with the notion of having a whole lot of value for the buck.
Pros: Stylish looking color options, Superb low lighting camera performance, Great image stabilization, Crisp looking display, Useful Nokia apps
Excerpt: The Nokia Lumia 920 is the flagship Windows Phone 8 smartphone, including the latest advances in Nokia PureView imaging innovation. Using advanced floating lens technology, the camera in the Nokia Lumia 920 is able to take in f...
Conclusion: The Lumia 920's success is important for Nokia to get back in the smartphone arena. The company has put in a lot of effort, and it shows. Bold colours, beautiful design, and the outstanding camera set it apart from the current crop of smartphones. The UI is as fluid as iOS, and the number of features can be compared to that of any flagship Android phone. In short, with the Lumia 920, the Finnish manufacturer has delivered both style and substance.
Pros: Sturdy Build; Beautiful design; Camera gets optical image stabilisation and does well in low light; Extremely responsive touchscreen; Sleek and fluid UI; Voice-guided sat nav that actually works; Rich social networking experience; Crisp display; Great sound quality.
Cons: No significant cons; Given the bulk, the battery life could have been better.
Excerpt: Nokia Lumia 920 er Nokias nyeste forsøg på at skabe en Windows Phone-baseret smartphone, og dette må siges at være lykkedes ganske godt! Telefonen fås i sort og hvid samt rød, gul og grå til de, der ønsker nogle farver, der ikke ses på en smartphone hver dag. Nokia Lumia 920 ligner naturligvis de øvrige smartphones - der allesammen er Windows Phone-baserede - i Nokias Lumia-serie.