Nokia Lumia 920 experience
Lumia 920 is Nokia’s first Windows 8 device and the one to have a 4.5-inch screen and the first Lumia to feature a glossy exterior and only the second Nokia phone to use PureView camera technology. The Lumia 920 is certainly a good start. It’s hard to miss, with a large form and eye-catching colours added to its glossy, polycarbonate body and canary yellow model was near impossible to lose in the bottom of a busy handbag.The phone has a corning gorilla glass curves seamlessly into its shell and the outer buttons are low profile but easy to use.Check the video Contador Harrison Nokia Lumia shop.At 185g, this smartphone outweighs most of its competitors and is heavier in the hand during long browsing sessions as I experienced myself. The 4.5-inch display is impressive for other reasons, too.
It features IPS technology that makes it easy to see from an angle, a higher resolution than the Apple iPhone 5 at 332 pixels per inch, and its colours are crisp and bright.The phone has plenty of extras including multi-tasking for eight apps, Nokia Maps integration, Internet Explorer 10, Xbox SmartGlass for controlling an Xbox 360, support for memory cards, and support for more powerful multi-core processors allowing it to use a 1.5GHz dual-core chip and 1GB RAM. There is also an impressive 8.7-megapixel rear camera with Carl Zeiss lenses that have a solid reputation in the industry for sharp looking pictures that are highly detailed. Lumia 920 is a stand-out smartphone in my opinion and the best Nokia has made in some time and was not surprised by the reports earlier today that Finnish phone maker’s flagship device running on Windows Phone 8 has reportedly received over 2.5 million pre-orders worldwide and is nearly sold out in the US with number of advance bookings worldwide for Lumia 920 hitting over 2.5 million in under three weeks.