Re-inventing Nokia with Nokia Lumia 920

Posted: February 14, 2013 in Technical articals
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Nokia’s Lumia 920 is heavy and thick, but if you want the most powerful, feature-rich Windows phone available, this is it.

Visually, the Lumia 920 looks almost identical to the Lumia 800 and the Lumia 900. Although Nokia has been recycling this design  for some time now, it still looks beautiful. Nokia has once again used polycarbonate plastic for the unibody design, which has a glossy finish that looks and feels great.

Wireless charging on the Nokia Lumia 920

Much has been said about the weight of the Lumia 920. There is no doubt that the phone is heavier than many of the current high-end smartphones out there on the market today. But is that really a bad thing? Not really. It takes a while to adjust to the weight if you’re moving from a lighter device but after a couple of hours you hardly notice it. It’s also not that big an issue when it comes to carrying it around in your pocket. The solid polycarbonate body and the heft also means the phone feels built to last like few devices out there.

Key Features

  • Windows Phone 8 OS
  • 8.7 MP Primary Camera
  • 4.5-inch PureMotion HD+ Capacitive Touchscreen
  • Wi-Fi Enabled
  • 1.5 GHz Dual Core Krait Processor
  • Qi Wireless Charging
  • Secondary Camera Support


The Windows Lumia 920 sticks to the signature look and design of the series. The well-defined rectangular shape of this bar phone and the bold colours that the Lumia series is known for make this phone quite attractive. The screen of the Lumia 920 is protected by a Corning Gorilla Glass that keeps the screen safe from scratches. Toggling between apps becomes very easy thanks to sensors like the Accelerometer, Ambient Light Sensor and Gyroscope Sensor


Are you ready to move on to the screen yet? So am I. The Lumia 920’s HD screen has a 1,280×768-pixel resolution (WXGA) with a pixel density of 332 pixels per inch. When Nokia first announced the Lumia 920, it could claim that it offered the highest pixel density in the biz. That’s no longer true. HTC’s Windows Phone 8X has a slightly smaller display and a higher 342 ppi.

In the end, both phones are pixel-rich and besides which, pixel density isn’t the end-all, be-all in screen quality. All you really need to know is that the Lumia 920’s screen looks terrific at multiple brightness levels: deep blacks, rich colors, bright whites, sharp text.


Equipped with GPRS, EDGE, 3G and Wi-Fi, internet connectivity is just a touch away on the Java-enabled Lumia 920. You can browse the internet using Internet Explorer 10, send emails or stay connected with friends using the preinstalled Twitter or Facebook apps. The phone comes with a 3.5 mm audio jack and a micro USB port for connectivity and for wireless file transfer you can use Bluetooth. The Lumia 920 is equipped with A-GPS and GLONASS with Nokia Maps which is a handy feature to use when travelling. With a host of innovative applications and an alluring design, the Nokia Lumia 920 is quite a catch.

so here are the first look of nokia new gizmo handset!!

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