The Lumia 920, Nokia's new Windows Phone 8 device Video
The Lumia 920, Nokia's new Windows Phone 8 device Video Transcript
Hi guys Brian -- for cnet.com. And right now we're taking a look at the brand new Nokia Lumia 920. Now this device off after it announced it as far as pricing. And -- availability but. It is using a four point five inch LCD screen. Out of -- as the fastest stream that. Actually he's ever been on the phone I'm using this out really fast are -- technology it also has a yacht. Your view camera on the back with eight point seven megapixel us answer. Com and as you can tell it has this really. -- home screen which. But let's -- the -- the fact that it's running Windows Phone eight as can see you've got up. Multiple types of -- live tiles here -- conceived science on you can have big ones large ones and -- -- information. From a different. Applications that run in the background. And -- the -- and whether you're you know I'm -- alerts right here. And also -- -- -- in certain shortcuts that you want -- to the -- screen as well. So -- take a look at device it has very very sleek look. We've got. -- puts the buttons here in the side there it's just almost lost with the phone. And we have the typical windows buttons here come for the start and -- and back. So one of the coolest. Capabilities of the new -- Nokia Lumia nine -- -- Is its limbs feature which basically lets -- one little apps within the camera application. I'm right now we're taking a look at the cinema graft function where you can't actually -- little areas within a photograph as we see this little dog -- them around. -- producing thing for people in and make optics to move up and down also included is NFC technology which lets you are. Not besides this hearing on data you can also tap. Several accessories like -- these accessories like speakers headphones to basically just immediately apparent that the -- and started doing music. From the phone on that product also nice about these Nokia Lumia 920. Is that it has. The wireless charging feature. Which basically uses the C technology standard that's adopted by several different manufacturers. Basically allows -- to do -- -- charging bomb. Wirelessly by just placing the phone onto a top hat or some sort of device like that has been a first look at the new Nokia Lumia -- -- -- Check back -- for a full review at cnet.com.
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Nokia Lumia 920 Review
The good: The Nokia Lumia 920 forges new Windows Phone ground with wireless charging support and a highly sensitive screen you can use with gloves. Moreover, Nokia helps fill in Windows Phone OS gaps with a few missing features.
The bad: A thick, heavy build and slippery finish for some colors make the Lumia 920 harder to hold and carry, and the phone's overhyped camera doesn't have enough settings.
The bottom line: Nokia's Lumia 920 is heavy and thick, but if you want the most powerful, feature-rich Windows phone available, this is it.
Nokia Lumia 920 Specs
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