The Ultimate Nokia Lumia 920 Review- It Delivers

The Nokia Lumia 920 is the cream of the crop of devices from Nokia. The successor to the Lumia 900 and the flag bearer of Windows Phone 8. Nokia came ready to play hard and fast with the competition. I say this because Nokia packed  the device with a boat load of features both software and hardware to make this a true flagship device. The Nokia Lumia 920, spec wise it matches up well with the competition, starting things with its curved 4.5-inch PureMotion HD+ display (720p display), a dual-core 1.5GHz Snapdragon S4 CPU, 2,000mAh battery, NFC, integrated wireless charging and an 8.7-megapixel rear PureView camera which we can attest leaves up to its name and hype recording at 1080p video. The Display also features a high level of sensitivity that allow the user to use gloves or even a Knife to navigate your Lumia 920 Granted we didn’t get to see much of Windows 8. Nokia has done something special with its Lumia 920. All this wrapped within a poly-carbonate build that is rugged yet stylish.  So what sets the Lumia 920 apart?

We have talked a lot about the hardware features, like the 8.7 Megapixel PureView Camera and how it is the best smartphone camera in the market. You can check out our full camera review here. The other aspects of the device that truly shine are the apps. The Nokia collections of apps truly added to the devices hardware features. From Nokia’s own core apps like Nokia Drive+, Nokia Transit, Nokia Maps; to the Nokia Music which gives users the ability to listen to free streaming music, save for offline listening music, plus the ability to find concert of your music of choice. These and more in the Nokia collections give user a very unique spot among Windows Phone 8 device.

Yes there are a few things the on the negative side. I have experienced some battery issues on one of my Lumia 920 devices. But its seems top be of a defective nature. In all I am fully impressed with what Nokia as created here with the Lumia 920, a device that packs features that aims to become industry standard with Wireless Charging and the PureView Camera. A display that has the highest refresh rate at 60hz and an ultrahigh sensitivity level that allows user to wear their gloves and navigate the device. The plethora of features found here are things I can safely use to recommend the Nokia Lumia 920 as the best Windows Phone 8 device and One of the best Smartphones of 2012. Priced at $99 through AT&T, it definitely worth the purchase and more.