Nokia has already officially announced the Lumia 920 at the Nokia World 2012, which was co-hosted with Microsoft. The Nokia Lumia 920, just like its smaller sibling, the Lumia 820, comes with a 1.5GHz dual-core processor and a battery pack of 2000mAh. Many users are enjoying the fact that they will not have to carry their charging wire everywhere they go, since the phone comes with a wireless charging capability using the Qi wireless charging standard; thus, questions of finding compatible hardware replacements should not arise.
If you are still worried, perhaps telling you that there will be a standard charging port will cool you down; yes, that charger can still find some use as it continues to gather dust on a glove box somewhere. Charging with Qi wireless should be as easy as placing the phone on the charging mat and the main advantages is the fact that with no cord attachment, sending your phone hard to an adjacent wall after tripping on the wire will be no more.
Another amazing quality of this phone is its driving features and its map, if you get lost with this phone, then really, it’s your fault. Also, this phone comes with a superior camera of 8.7 mega pixels, which is very different from the Nokia Pure View 808, with which you can take amazing pictures, and enjoy yourself all through the process. The Nokia Lumia 920 has a display of 4.5 inches, enough for you to watch all the videos you want, and a resolution of 1280 X 768. It comes in weighing at 7.2 ounces, you will hardly feel the weight, and depending on your taste, you can pick the red, the yellow, or the gray one.
The Nokia Lumia 920 is already quite impressive, especially on the start screen live tiles, which everyone loves. There is a tradition that Nokia is keeping even as it goes full blow on Windows Phone 8. ‘One’ is the name and hence the family of the device, the Lumia series, which represents a unibody polycarbonate designs that gives each device the ruggedness that has become synonymous with all things named Nokia.
As the next gen smartphone remains to be gunning for budget devices, the Lumia 920 and others to follow are opening up a new category of super phones; that is, if the software side comes with enough bells and whistles to challenge the iPhone 4S!