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Nokia Lumia 920 SIM-Free Smartphone - Yellow (Windows, 32GB) (discontinued by manufacturer)
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- Nokia's most innovative Lumia - take bright, blur-free photos and videos in any light conditions with PureView technology, and then relive the moment on a 4.5 inch PureMotion HD+ display
- PureMotion HD+ display - the world's brightest, clearest, fastest touchscreen is sensitive enough to respond to your fingertips, even when they're covered up
- Innovative design - you don't need to plug your Lumia 920 in to charge it, just put it on a wireless charger and you're good to go
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With the Lumia 920, things have never looked so clear thanks to Nokia’s new Pure Motion HD+ display. This technology gives you the benefits of better than high definition. With 16 million colours, everything will jump out the screen at you, and with a touch sensitive panel that works even if you’re wearing gloves, you’ll have a world of commands at your fingertips, quite literally.
The best cameras just got better thanks to Nokia’s new 8.7MP camera with PureView innovations, offering impressive image capture even in low light settings, and highly detailed results with top notch colour reproduction. Camera shake is also a thing of the past on video, ensuring ultra smooth, high definition results for your collection.
As well as storing your favourite tracks and presenting them in a beautiful user interface, Nokia Music now offers a whole lot more. As well as streaming and mixing your favourites, you can now share your top tracks between devices and peripherals. With a simple touch, you can transfer music to a set of speakers and share the fun with everyone else.
Rummaging through draws and untangling wires is now a thing of the past thanks to Nokia wireless charging. A set of peripherals and charging pillows means you can now simply plug in, turn on, place your phone down, and just watch those battery bars fill up.
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I find the phone easy and intuitive to use and for me that is the most important thing. I'm using it for the usual phone functions, but I'm also using it for facebook, web browsing. The pre-installed apps are useful to me, I can't speak for others. There are plenty of apps available from both the Windows and Nokia stores. OK, no where near as many as the apple and android stores, but so may apps are useless garbage it doesn't really matter.
If a friend was to ask me to recommend a phone I would have no problem in pointing them to this one. It's brilliant in my not so humble opinion.
First thing I noticed is that the Windows Phone 8 operating system runs much more efficient than what I have experienced with android phones this phone has 1GB of ram which is half of my previous phone and trust me this is enough, in fact it really did amaze me how smooth this system works.
The camera on this handset is very good its an 8.7 mega-pixel camera with Nokias pure view technology and it takes better pictures than my Sony Z did and this had a 13 mega-pixel camera, it can also shoot 720p and 1080p videos which are very good also.
I decided on the Lumia 920 over the Lumia 925 although the 925 is slightly slimmer it only has 16GB of storage space compared to the Lumia 920 which has 32GB.
The only thing I found a pain when setting up the phone is coming from android to a Microsoft system is that the contacts were fiddlly to sort, I had to export all my contacts from my gmail account into a CVS file to import them into my Outlook mail account once they are in the phone syncs without a problem just like android does with gmail.
I found that I had to re-enter my calender entries but this was to be expected moving from one system to another but once everything is set up it syncs smoother and better than my previous phone.
You can also download free maps using Nokias here drive app and use this phone as a fully functional satnav without eating all your data.
The screen resolution is 720p and text and images are very clear without pixel problems being noticed, I found the screen to cope well in sunlight also.
Al in all I would say give this phone a go there is no lag and the operating system that Microsoft have designed here is very easy to use, People moan about not enough apps being available which although there isn't as many as android all the main ones are available and there seems to be less "junk apps" on the Windows phone. Security seems better also as android allow third parties to develop and upload apps where the Windows system seems more vetted so you know the apps are free from any unpleasant surprises.
The phone feels very well built and some people have found the phone to be too heavy! its 185 grams which shouldn't cause anyone to have a hernia or bad strain.
You wont be disappointed with this and it is certainly refreshing to try something different and more so a mobile operating system that deserves its 3rd place in the worldwide mobile operating popularity league table at the time of writing this.
Give it a go!
But be warned there are a few niggles. I can't download the Windows 8 app for my Mac being a 10 6 8 Snow Leopard, it only works on 10 7 8 Mountain Lion or newer. A real drag as i can't transfer my iTunes over. However bluetooth works which means i can still transfer my photos, vids and songs individually although most of the album covers do not appear which is also annoying. Also for some bizarre reason Nokia won't allow you to use your music files on the phone as ringtones, you have to connect direct to computer and drag and drop files to the ringtone folder, something i cannot do! This is a huge embarrassment for Nokia and something they need to sort out quickly considering all other phones allow for this including the cheapo ones. The battery however is quite impressive. I managed to make it last almost 2 days with calls, internet, downloads and camera activity but normally expect to charge it daily! The phone however will not power down whilst charging and simply reboots to idlescreen which is another Nokia hiccup as it simply takes longer. I used flight mode and it took almost 2 and a half hours from dead. Don't go to sleep with it charging though as its not a replaceable battery and overcharging will diminish battery life. Only idiots do that anyway, so if you have your wits about you and your phone in sight it shouldn't be too much to remember to unplug your phone should it now?! There is a decent array of apps to chose from but Nokia and Windows cannot compete with the hegemony of Apple and Android. I personally don't care too much for them as i'm not a social networker and only use the practical ones like Here Maps, YouTube, Weather, Trainline and Translator which all work seamlessly. It took me a few goes to connect to WIFI (try the username, not password) and once you're docked it will simply appear in the list all the time. The browser will take you to actual internet sites not the mobile ones! (thanks Nokia for listening), all at the speed of light thanks to the Snapdragon 1.5Ghz dual core processor. The zoom in zoom out function is also fantastic with the sharpest font definition i have seen yet. The real distinguishable thing about Windows Phone are the homescreen tiles; they are unique and adjustable just be tapping them you can increase/decrease their size, add/remove them at will making the icons so much more appealing than the standard fixed Apple and Android ones that are a bit long in the tooth now
The headset is really sexy, a real alternative to the boring black and white ones from Apple and Samsung and in yellow it gets you noticed too, and it packs a mean punch and comes with volume control. The device sits smoothly and comfortably in normal depth pockets, i rode to town with mine, music blaring, no problem although i did button up my pocket! The speakers are good and go all the way to 30 without distorting, a good litmus test for quality, although i switch mine back to 15 for general use. I have ordered a yellow skin but so far i have been careful with my Lumia and have only placed it on soft protected surfaces. Holding it is a synch and although its a huge phone with a 4 and a half inch screen it sits safely and comfortably in your hand. However unless you have large hands you will need to use both to surf. It is really solidly built and feels like a premium handset unlike the Galaxies which are as plastic as they come. Ok the HTC One and iPhone 5 may have the edge when it comes to materials used but the unibody polycarbonate concaved back of the Lumia and its ultra sensitive touchscreen feels really slick and its design is unique, i love it. In my opinion at just under £500 for design and function this is one of the best smartphones in the world right now and has most definitely relaunched Nokia to the world at large again. They must now improve these shortfalls if they want to compete in the longterm with Samsung and Apple who are clearly ahead in this dept. But as the new kid on the smartphone block they offer stiff resistance and i can just about forgive these quibbles to have this sexy device in my hands, its a real head turner and the call quality is astounding which is what you buy a phone for right?
So if you want a premium smartphone offering something different from a different point of view and are prepared to adjust then get the 920, it will reward you in the long run (remember Nokia's Lumia range is only the dawn of great things to come and there will be improvements along the way). If however you want something tried and trusted albeit formulaic then go for the Galaxies, iPhones and HTCs., they may be the big guns in functionality but Lumia more than makes up for in design, character and innovation.
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