Nokia Lumia 920 – first impressions [Nokia Blog]

Posted December 6, 2012 by Stuff Staff in Nokia

This month we’ll be taking an in-detail look at the Nok’s newest phone, the Lumia 920. We’ll be calling this collection of paid-for content the Nokia Blog – a magical place where you will find everything you need to know about the Lumia 920, including the news, reviews, images, videos and more. Be sure to check back regularly, as we’ll be updating these stories many times each week. Enjoy!

The Nokia Lumia 920 certainly looks like Windows’ hero handset./ Thin, sleek and with possibly the best screen we’ve seen on a new phone since the iPhone 4’s Retina Display, it exudes the quality required of a flagship device.

It packs the same polycarbonate shell as the Lumia 900, which means the frame is virtually scratch free and doesn’t interfere with your phone connection. Plus, it comes in the usual rainbow of Nokia colours, including new yellow, lipstick red and slate grey hues.

Nokia hardware has always been strong, and judging by this Lumia‘s tough shell – the 920 is no different. In fact, while Nokia’s Kevin Shields mentioned that it would pass the “twist test” (tying to bend the phone in your hand is near impossible) one Stuff reviewer accidentally sent it flying across the office, onto a desk and into a concrete wall. There wasn’t a scratch on it.

But enough about our clumsy gadget ways – here’s some sweet pictures of the Lumia in action:

That’s it for now. Be sure to check back tomorrow for new Nokia content, and fun facts on the Lumia 920. Or go here to read more about the Nokia Lumia 920

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One Comment


    I bought my lumia 920 five days ago. – notifications are crackling through the speaker – notification are NOT crackling through the headphone – in phone music is crackling through the speaker – in phone music is NOT crackling through the headphone – streaming music is not crackling – metrotube videos are not crackling. I contacted technical support nokia in Italy. They called me and told me that the problems reported will be resolved with an update in the coming months ! I assume that they refer to the same update that will solve the random reboot.

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