Finally, the Finnish company has put an end to blind speculations on Windows 8 handset and unveild Nokia Lumia 920 as its flagship smartphone. As expected the new Lumia has received a bundle of latest features, with that the Microsoft allowing vendors to really push the hardware boundaries with Lumia 920 Windows Phone 8, Nokia hasn’t disappoited with the new 920 variant.
This new Nokia Lumia 920 would be the first handset that poses as an upgraded of the critically-acclaimed Lumia 900, it features an awesome 4.5-inch display, and the design looks almost identical to that of its predecessor, which can be benefited by the consumers.
The new Nokia Windows 8 Lumia has an impressive hardware package, now comes with a 1.5GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 dual-core processor to keep things ticking over, along with a 2,000mAh battery, and equipped with 4G LTE connectivity for blazing fast downloads and upload speeds. Interestingly, Lumia 920 features a 4.5 inch PureMotion HD+ WXGA IPS LCD touchscreen display that features a resolution of 1280 x 768 pixels, and the display also features Nokia’s ClearBlack technology which is designed to make the screen easier to read in sunlight.
Nokia’s Lumia 920 Windows Phone would be the first “big” smartphone device will support wireless charging with Qi standard, we aren’t sure whether the market is ready to adopt wireless charging technology remains to be seen, but this step makes some sense, and will undoubtedly push the phone of the Lumia range and Windows Phone alike.
Speaking of Nokia Windows Phone, it’ll be among the first devices to run Microsoft’s Windows Phone 8 operating system, and packs in all the tasty flavors the Redmond-based software company showcased earlier this year, including Live Tiles, Internet Explorer 10, and turn-by-turn navigation through the Finnish’s own Nokia Maps service. Speaking of maps, Nokia’s Maps are now an integral part of the Windows Phone 8 ecosystem, and all of you undoubtedly will be blessed with the new Nokia’s high-quality turn-by-turn that you will love a lot.
Speaking of Nokia’s new Lumia 920 snapper, with the ability of “Pure Motion HD+,” great snaps can be taken on “PureView” 8.7 megapixel camera at the rear of the device, with optics courtesy of Carl Zeiss. Shown off by detail by Nokia N8, it is dubbed as the best camera ever seen on mobile device. Nokia PureView technology, which features a Carl Zeiss lens and advanced optical imagining that is designed to provide better photos and video. Nokia’s calling its new display the “best smartphone display innovation” its has ever made with a front facing 1.2 megapixel camera on the front of the Nokia Lumia 920 which is capable of 720p video.
The new Nokia Lumia 920’s software is bundling the line with Nokia Music, which allows you to stream and download unlimited msuic for a very best price of free. You heard right, Yes, you can rest assured that the Lumia 920 will be the smartphone to jump onto if you’re craving for some exclusive music on the go.
Taking screenshots has officially been added to the list of inclusions in Windows Ohone 8 – now integrated which was missing since Windows Phone 7.x, those images can be captured in high res can be uploaded directly to the Microsoft’s SkyDrive from Windows Phone 8. The software maker has placed a lot of emphesis on Windows 8’s “Cloud OS” credentials, and the third-party apps will also be made available and included the similar uploading feature plus you also get 7GB of free SkyDrive storage.
The most interesting features are to come with bits and pieces, the Lumia 920 is equipped with NFC for sharing content, or either way, using the device as your digital wallet for making payments. The Nokia Lumia 920 will be available in LTE and HSPA+ models.
The Lumia 920 will come in a range of colors, which include yellow, red, grey, white and black, modeled in the familiar polycarbonate uni-body.
Pricing and availability will be added to this post as soon as it is revealed for the new Windows Phone 8 “Lumia 920” from Nokia soon, so stay tuned!