Nokia has managed to release a mid-range specs-ed Windows 8 smartphone called as “Nokia Lumia 920″. What’s so special about this cool touchscreen-based phone? Few of highlighted key features including the existence of PureMotion HD+, PureView Phase 2, Floating lens, Nokia City Lens app, and of course Microsoft’s new mobile-optimized OS: Windows 8. There are a bunch of awesome features and specifications as well which you can find out after the jump.
- 4.5-inch Pure Motion HD+ Curved Glass display
- 1280×768 pixels touchscreen display
- 600 units, pixel density of 320 PPI
- Ceramic Hardware buttons
- Snapdragon S4 chipset with a 1.5GHz dual-core Krait processor
- Microsoft Windows 8 OS
- 1GB of RAM
- Adreno 225 GPU
- 32GB onboard storage
- 1.2MP HD front-facing camera
- 8.7MP rear-facing camera
- 1080p HD video recording capability
- PureView Phase 2 aka Floating Lens technology
- Carl Zeiss optics
- 7GB free SkyDrive online storage
- 2000mAh powerful battery
- NFC File transfer
- Preinstalled NFC Travel
- Nokia City Lens apps
- Bluetooth 3.1
- Wi-Fi a/b/g/n
- 4G LTE network capable
- Wireless Charging Plate, JBL
- Nokia Drive and Maps
- Nokia City Lens
- ClearBlack technology iteration
While so far there is no leaked price tag yet, this trendy smartphone will be available in three color variants: Red, Yellow, and Gray.
Nokia has also introduced new advanced screen called PureMotion HD+, which is being described as the “fastest and responsive LCD display” with up to 2.5 times faster refresh rate and new supersensitive touch technology.
Unfortunately, in term of processor, this phone is equipped with only dualcore processor while many new smartphones using Quad-core processor. But its Graphic Processing Unit (GPU) will make users capable to play high-end games and apps demanding extensive graphical effects.
The best part, its built-in NFC makes users capable to connect their phone to any NFC devices including speakers and headphones.
So lets wait for it to go public.