Lumia 920 vs. Nexus 4... Fight!

Internal hardware is not a major concern, despite the Nexus 4 being quad-core and 2GB RAM and the Lumia 920 being dual-core with 1GB RAM... I don't expect either to be laggy.

Lumia 920

Pros: Solid Polycarbonate shell should be comfortable and durable, gorgeous/responsive screen, fantastic low-light camera

Cons: Heavier than most devices (185g vs 139g of Nexus 4 - that's a 25% difference)

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Nexus 4

Pros: Dazzling Hardware with concave gorilla glass 2 on both sides and what I think is an attractive back cover, high-res screen (320 ppi), 25% lighter than Lumia despite having a slightly larger screen and inductive charging capabilities as well, bound to get updates immediately for years to come, really great value @ $349 sim-free.

Cons: No OIS (optical image stabilization) like the 920, and I can't tell which wireless stand would be more useful

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Clearly, choosing ecosystems is important here. I've been using Android for a of couple years now, so I've become quite comfortable with the UI and all of the apps I have. However, I'm impressed with how far WP8 has come, and would really be willing to give it a shot, and would love to have a camera capable of such good low light shots with me at all time. I guess we'll just need to see how the Nexus 4 camera fares.

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Which stand do you think will be more useful for sitting at a desk? Some people have questioned the angle of the Nexus 4 orb, but I think it should be fine sitting at a desk looking down at it, and I especially like the ability to do landscape mode. It also appears somewhat adjustable since you could slide it further up or down the orb.

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What do you guys think? Where's your money going?

Cheers.

p.s. let's make this about the hardware, not the software