Video: Das Nokia Lumia 820: Der Lumia Labortest

| November 27, 2012 | 15 Replies

 

Quick heads up on this amusing video showing how phones are tested (and fail). The Nokia Lumia is not being tested but is dropped and walked on.

(Can’t hear the music – in a meeting break)

Cheers Ben for the tip

Category: Lumia, Nokia

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    • Harangue says:

      The difference is noticeable, the 808 seems to capture a bit more crisper and sharper audio. The 920 seems a little more muted, but all in all both the 808 and the 920 do an awesome job at capturing both video and audio. Compare it to anything Samsung or iPhone for instance.

      • Andy says:

        The 920 seems to have quite a hard time caputing higher frequency sounds. At about 40 seconds you can hear the cymbal disappear as it goes from 808 to 920. It’s not distorting which is nice and it’s perfectly legible, but they 920 does sound like it’s got a pillow over the mic compared to the 808

    • Bloob says:

      No wonder they didn’t label it Rich Recording.

  1. twig says:

    Oh my!!! That video is crazy and as I’m watching it, I just hear a Nokia Lumia 920 ad on the radio from a Chicago sports radio station. This is a first.

    • Mahesh says:

      yup, the video is scary!

      • twig says:

        Love it though, it so true. I could picture a Sammie with a destructive feather hitting it. Perhaps that cheap bendable plastic will blend enough though.

        A must have app for win8 computers is Hotel Transylvania. What a great job they did and it opens the possibilities of travel apps with pictures, video and interactive or medical education apps.

  2. Jack says:

    Ugh, terrible production values! I hope this doesn’t air on tv.

  3. jammy says:

    Jay, are you planning to bring out the review of Lumia 920……????
    It would be nice if you post review of lumia 920, and I’m talking about review from you, not the links for other sites…….

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