In this video review we will take a close look at one long-awaited flagship. This is Nokia Lumia 920.
The overall looks impress with pleasantly rounded edges of the well-known rectangular Lumia shape. The case is plastic and beautified with some glossy and matte finish.
The 4.5inch IPS Pure Motion HD+ display delivers 1280×768 pixel resolution at 332 ppi density
The thing one could possibly be eager about is the color. These are glossy yellow, glossy red, glossy white, matte cyan, matte gray and matte black. Personally I wouldn’t recommend this phone to girls as it is a bit bulky and heavy. The reason for this is the built-in optical image stabilization.
The flagship in Lumia’s family runs on a dual-core 1.5GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 CPU, however, the Lumia 920T model comes with a 1.7GHz processor.
The smartphone comes loaded with a dual-core 1.5GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 CPU
Adreno 225 GPU is the graphics engine on board. As to the memory capacity this smartphone is loaded with 1GB of system memory and offers 32GB of internal storage available to the users. Unfortunately, you cannot add more as a microSD card slot is not provided.
One of the most high-end features on the Lumia 920 is the camera unit. Nokia’s Pure view technology is in charge of the base camera. Inside we find an optically stabilized 8.7MP BSI image sensor.
The stabilization does a great job compensating the shakes that cause the trembling of the frame
The optics include Carl Zeiss f2.0 lens and to the left of it there is a short pulse high-power dual LED flash. Optical Image Stabilization here provides precise control so that you can barely end up with a blurred image. It is also of huge help during video capturing. It comes out in 1080p resolution. The front camera unit is able to capture video at 720p quality. The automatic and manual focusing are fast and precise both in image and video mode as well. The stabilization does a great job compensating the shakes that cause the trembling of the frame. However, when we watched the shot video we wish the contrast wasn’t so overboosted. It looks really nice to watch on the phone but on a big screen you can really find the high contrast annoying. A dedicated camera physical button is always an advantage with smartphones. Lumia 920 is one of the few exceptions with actual camera controls on the periphery.
One of the most high-end features on the Lumia 920 is the camera unit
The 4.5inch IPS Pure Motion HD+ display delivers 1280×768 pixel resolution at 332 ppi density. The display has 600 nits luminance and a visual performance that excels with crisp details and vivid colors.
The Nokia Lumia 920 is connectable through 4G LTE network. It also supports NFC, Bluetooth 4 and a USB v2. Charging is where Lumia has gone wireless. Using the Qi technology here you can charge the handset without physically connecting the phone to the power supply. Nokia has provided a special pad where you place the phone in order to charge it. It is the one that has to be plugged in the wall. Undoubtedly it is an innovative and convenient way until the moment you need to use your phone while it is charging.
The on-board power here is delivered by a 2000mAh lithium-polymer battery.