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Nokia and Microsoft Announce Lumia 920 PureView

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Sep 6, 2012, 4:54 PM

AWS Band IV Missing

I'm a bit disappointed that Band IV AWS WCDMA is missing from the 920. The thought of 2.5g via T-Mobile on a phone like is like putting on a 2200 rpm engine governor and locking out the top two gears on a Ferarri. It will still look wicked but it is not going to be the full experience. Sad I hope there will a T-Mobile US 4G version of this down the road.

Also I am going to miss Symbian. The last seven years my phones have run on it. I know it, understand it and am quite comfortable with all of its ins and outs.
Yeah - it is unfortunate. They would definately boost sales - for any phone, to include more bands rathar than less. I'm really surprised Nokia didn't include these most of their older symbian phones (c7, c6-01) had 5 band WCDMA. Shame to see they d...

Sep 5, 2012, 6:32 PM

Looks promising

Now that the handsets caught up to Android in terms of specs lets see what WP8 has to bring to the table.

Sep 5, 2012, 10:25 AM

This is REAL innovation

Includes wireless charging? You can use it with gloves on? These are features that are awesome, Nokia is definately back in the game. Now lets see if people actuially buy these Windows 8 phones.

Sep 5, 2012, 9:40 AM

Cool camera tech

It will be interesting to see if this phone goes mainstream.

Sep 5, 2012, 9:36 AM


I hate the way the Lumia 900 looks, but the Lumia 920 looks appealing.
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