Nokia Lumia 920

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Reviewed by kingraven24 (Currently owns)

I think an 8.9 would be just right in scoring this phone. So good, so well crafted. It's so close to being the perfect high-end smartphone. You've got a fantastic camera with great technologies like OIS to smooth out your shots when there's some hand movement that really make this THE phone to own for photo-geeks. The 4.5" screen is pretty much perfectly sides and crafted, with curves glass to taper the edges and smooth the transition from screen to phone body. The audio is solid, sporting the option for Dolby decoding if you want. I purchased the yellow 920 in hopes to find some black decals to make this thing look like Bumblebee's phone. I love the look. The onyl thing I think Nokia has to do now is provide a slimmer and slightly lighter phone in their next rendition of the 920, whatever that ends up being. Not to say this phone is too big or too heavy, it's just the next step from here. It took Apple years upon years to get this far with their iPhone handset, Nokia is set to make all the right moves with their next iteration of a Lumia flagship device. This is the Windows Phone to get, as HTC only has a couple bright spots, like the Beats audio integration, to peddle for your cash.

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  • Design 8
  • Display 9
  • Camera(s) 9
  • Reception / call quality 9
  • Performance 9
  • Software 9
  • Battery life 9
  • Ecosystem 9
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