Wired’s Nokia Lumia 920 Review

| November 5, 2012 | 65 Replies


Next up, another Nokia Lumia 920 review from the influential folks at Wired.

As usual, it’s all about the weight, but they’re not overly obsessed with it in a negative way, making puns such as Nokia the heavy weight. Why not. Heavy isn’t always bad. It’s nice to feel a bit of substance now and again.

They think the Nokia Lumia 920 is stunning with a killer camera and one of the best displays they’ve ever seen. It’s good to hear that  wireless charging is simple to use. It’s not enough to have the features there – they must be easy enough that they feel natural.


WIRED Sleek, tasteful design with a curved glass screen. Stunning camera. Bright display with excellent color and sharpness. Nokia-built software like Nokia Maps and Nokia Music are actually very useful, well-made and great to have built into the phone.

TIRED It’s big — time to reconsider the aversion to salads? Windows Phone still low on apps compared to iOS and Android. Camera’s preview mode is weird, so images may turn out different than expected.

Apps. I feel it will forever be compared as lacking in this department. But are the useful apps there? Is the critical point reached yet? A big phone. Not for everyone but there are plenty of phablet fans about.

Cheers Viipottaja for the tip!


Category: Lumia, Nokia

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