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THE NOKIA LUMIA 920 HAS BEEN DISCONTINUED. THE 925 IS THE REPLACEMENT. YOU CAN FIND OUT MORE INFORMATION HERE.
Nokia Lumia 920 Overview
The Nokia Lumia 920 is the flagship Windows Phone 8 smartphone - the best that money can buy. It includes 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 up to five to ten times more light than competing smartphones. Windows Phone 8 puts you and the people you know first, integrating communication and social updates into all aspects of the user interface. It can also be customised enabling you to make the phone truly your own. The Nokia Lumia 920 additionally features unique and genuinely useful technology in the form of the strong colourful polycarbonate casing, long battery life and wireless charging.
The main camera features advanced optics which makes it possible to capture clear, bright pictures and video indoors and also at night. This is thanks to the PureView technology and Carl Zeiss lens which also compensates for hand movement and provides image stabilization, so all you photos look great. It also means that your videos are stable and more enjoyable. The Nokia Lumia 920 also comes with Nokia City Lens, the latest addition to the Nokia location suite. By pointing the camera at a city street, City Lens overlays information about restaurants, shops, hotels and more on the surfaces of buildings, for the most intuitive way to explore surroundings. Nokia City Lens is the start of a new augmented reality experience that also enhances Nokia Maps, making it possible to move between map view and augmented reality view to help people check their surroundings.
Along with enhancements to Nokia Drive and Nokia Transport, the Nokia location suite of services represents the most comprehensive, integrated mapping experience of any smartphone. It features off-line maps straight out of the box, avoiding the need to be constantly connected to a data connection, or downloading different areas.
Nokia has spent a great deal of time developing the casing of the Lumia 920 and it shows. The polycarbonate design means that you can have eye-catching colours which don’t fade or chip off, as the colour is all the way through.
Windows Phone 8 brings a user rich experience to smartphones. It has been designed to share data between various applications so you can easily share photos, find out what people in your life are doing and keep in contact. The main screen is fully customisable allowing the active tiles to be easily adjusted and moved to different positions. You can also work outside of the office as the Lumia 820 comes with full versions of Microsoft Office and Outlook. With it you can create and edit PowerPoint, Excel and Word documents with ease and seamless sync.
We have all experienced difficulties viewing a smartphone screen in the past. Nokia has supplied the Lumia 920 with a 4.5” PureMotion HD+ display. This is bright, clear, fast display and features sunlight readability enhancements. It is super sensitive to touch input and can respond to fingertips, even when they are covered. Don’t worry about scratches while carrying it in your pocket or bag, as it features Corning Gorilla Glass.
The Snapdragon S4 Processor provides you with the performance to run the most demanding applications, including gaming, photography and business productivity. While additionally saving battery power by using asynchronous technology which enables each core to be power up and power down independently. This technology combines with the largest battery which Nokia has used within a smartphone (2000 mAh). The result is a smartphone which lasts longer between charges.
The Nokia Lumia 920 also comes with built-in wireless charging for an easy, convenient way to get more out of every day. This uses the Qi standards for compatibility with all wireless charging products that share this certification. Nokia has released details of a Fatboy charging pillow which provides a convenient and easy method of charging.
And of course one of the most demanded features of this device is the 4G/LTE connectivity that you can get (subject to your network) for super fast download speeds and the best mobile data experience. Be it web pages or media files you will be able to access and work from the cloud like never before.
Reasons to buy Nokia Lumia 920
Windows Phone 8 Operating System
Wireless charging using Qi wireless power standard
8.7 Megapixel ‘Pureview’ Camera
4.5” ‘Pure Motion HD ’ display
1.5GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 dual core processor
One-piece Polycarbonite body
Nokia City Lens augmented reality
Super Sensitive Touch
4G/LTE connectivity (subject to 4G network rollout in the UK)
Yes, this phone is unlocked and can be used with networks around the world. Do check the specifications to ensure compatibility in your region with your network provider. No SIM card or contract applies to this phone.
Is this phone brand new?
Yes. Unless the description of the product suggests otherwise (I.e. EX-DEMO) then this product is brand new and has not been used before.
Buckweed 29/1/2013Recommend to a friend? YesThe first thing when you open the box is the build quality - AMAZING! Screen, camera, Nokia Music, everything! Top marks. I've had a good number of android devices, and this is the slickest finish I've ever seen on an OS, seriously impressive. Love it.
Stephen 21/1/2013Recommend to a friend? YesI'll review Clove, Windows Phone 8, and the phone separately.
Clove: Very good communication, easy to deal with. My delivery was delayed three times (a week in total) from the first shipping date given. On each occassion I got an email (but only on the day it was due to ship) even with this delay the wireless charger I ordered wasn't in stock. I accept this isn't a long delay and was more to do with Nokia than Clove, but there could be work to do with alligning shipping dates before giving them to customers. The phone shipped on a Tuesday and arrived at my door in Ireland on Thursday morning which is good going. All told though, I can accept these issues since they were well communicated and would do business with Clove again.
I was a windows phone 7 user (samsung omnia 7 that had massive updating issues, getting 'bricked' etc.). I loved what MS were trying to do with UI and hubbed native apps but was frustrated by crashes and terrible updating. From what I'd read about WP8 I thought it'd be a step up, but I wasn't holding out for a clitch free phone. I've been very impressed, I know it's a basic expectation but it's refreshing to use a phone that never stalls, lags, or crashes. So the funamentals that were missing on WP7 are all fixed. As for everything else - it's great! The hubbed idea is improved particularly in the camera app, having third party apps feed into the native camera is such a benefit, it can't be overstated. This holds true with the people hub, which even in WP7 was much better than the iOS and Android alternatives and is pretty much unchanged here. The messaging hub is updated with chat options, which work much better than I had expected, it's really easy to switch between chat and text and easy to make yourself unavailable/busy, the only downside is that Skype, Gtalk, Whatsapp and Viber aren't tied into the hub (yet). So they still run as standalone apps (although there's no gtalk app). The User Interface is also beautiful, live tiles work really well (I hate Android widgets because they always seems too customizable, one home screen with live tiles, one list screen works much better than it sounds). So that's all the good stuff (also the camera hub is great, but thats well documented everywhere it seems), apps have been advertised as the real downside to WP8, in comparison to iOs this is definitely true (I haven't used Android long enough to compare, although it is annoying that simply having an android phone means all android apps will work so that should be taken into account when comparing on this measure). For me apps probably aren't the most important thing, I don't go downloading a new game every week to keep me occupied, but what I do like is the real functional apps. So to compare the app I use on my iPad versus my new Lumia 920: Newsreader is Zite on both (a great app by the way). I have whatsapp and viber on both devices. Netflix, Shazam, Evernote, Skype, TED, Map My Run, IMDb are all available on both operating systems as well. Sky Go isn't available on windows phone but other than that I would say the apps I use most are all present and correct. I don't use Twitter much so the standard client is fine, I find the facebook app very good and the nokia exclusive apps are exceptional and go a long way to justifying (at least part of) the outlay for this phone. The store itself is poorly laid out which doesn't help WP's case (especially when everywhere else the interface is excellent).
Finally the phone. The first thing you'll notice is the weight. It is a heavy phone, that said after a day two with the phone I didn't notice. Even then though, when I pick up my girlfriends iPhone that feels light as feather in comparison. Next you'll notice that it's big, this is a positive as it fits easily in one hand and the pocket. So it's probably as big a screen as you could fit comfortably. The screen itself is great, most review have noted that the marginal improvement in PPI over the iPhone isn't noticable, but to be honest it was immediate to me. Bear in mind I was comparing to an iPhone 4s and not the iPhone 5 so maybe the difference isn't noticable then. Sensitivity to touch is brilliant too. The camera is exceptional, and the nokia pre-loaded lens really add to it, some are more fun than particularly useful but Smart Shoot and the Panarama are really impressive. (one note on the panorama though having to always move left to right is a mark against, though you'd probably get used to it). Aside from that the hardware stays out of the way, the battery lasts a little over a full day of playing with it, and I've easily lasted more than two by being careful of it.
I know this is a long review, but when I was thinking of making my purchase I went reading through for actual user reviews, so hopefully this will help someone. My advice is to go for this phone. I went with Windows Phone first out of nerdy curiosity about what they were doing with, but now its not just an alternative to iPhone (which is how I see Android) but as a fundamentally different approach, which is better in many respects (and doubtless will, and should, be copied).
David King 18/1/2013Recommend to a friend? YesSince I opened the box on my matt black Lumia 920 I have been blown away by it. Firstly the aesthetic design externally is beautifully crafted. It just oozes slick. secondly the Windows OS is vibrant, refreshingly new and a doddle to operate. I have been on Apples OS for many, many years and I am so pleased I tried something new! Any prospective buyer will not be disappointed I assure you.
Russell 9/1/2013Recommend to a friend? YesI have had this phone about 1 month now and still loving everyday with it. I had a N8 before and battery life is very simaler everthing else is much better. Windows missing a few like speedial but everything not standared can be added quite easy. A great phone I would recommend to anybody. Also can not thank Clove enough for there service, they are great kept me informed every step of the purchase and even changed delivery address at the last minuite. Nothing was to much.
JohnS 2/1/2013Recommend to a friend? YesSimply an awesome phone! Best purchase of last few years! Windows Phone 8, NFC, great camera, wireless charging, beautiful design, this phone has it all!
Arnold 31/10/2012Recommend to a friend? YesC'mon Nokia release the phone already my money is waiting.... I like Microsoft Windows phone 8 much better than Lagdroid and iOS and Camera is pure awesomeness with Pureview Technology display is top in the whole world just release the phone already we are all waiting for buying it :D