Does size matter?
It’s big, bright and weighs heavily in the hand during a long browsing session, writes Jennifer Dudley-nicholson
and 1GB RAM. It’s not market-leading but it speeds the phone up substantially.
Also impressive is the phone’s 8.7-megapixel rear camera. Nokia’s cameras, with Carl Zeiss lenses, have a solid reputation and this model cements it. Photos look sharp, natural and highly detailed.
Nokia’s potential comeback phone is not perfect, though. It is limited by the Windows Phone 8 Store that still suffers from major omissions, its battery life should be better given its size, it won’t accept a memory card even though the software supports it, and its bulk will be divisive.
The Lumia 920 is a standout smartphone, however, and the best Nokia has made in some time.