Nokia Lumia 920 hands-on extended cut: City Lens and PureView
PureView photography technology. What you’re about to look is a glance on the unibody-like design of the hardware first, then a vision of what it means to work with Windows Phone 8 with Nokia-specific additions like Nokia City Lens and wireless charging right out of the box. And naturally you could have Microsoft’s full suite of Office apps to back you up to boot, SkyDrive included!
Have a peek first at how Nokia presents an updated vision for his or her Lumia line with a gorgeous 4.5-inch display and a body that’s 10.7mm thick, 70.8mm wide, and 130.3mm tall. You can be seeing a little a “smile” on the top and bottom of the device because the front stays flat under the pillow of the display glass and the back curves to the contour of your hand. This device is supplied in yellow, red, white, gray, and black, and could be available to truly own later this year – price and release dates haven’t yet been revealed, mind you.
Inside you have a dual-core Snapdragon S4 Processor, inside you might have NFC capabilities in addition wireless charging abilities right out of the box, and the overall shebang may be available eventually with GSM, WCDMA, and 4G LTE connectivity to boot! This device works with a microSIM card, has 1GB RAM and 32GB internal storage – with 7GB cloud storage free via SkyDrive.
Of course essentially the mostsome of the most fabulous elements on this device is its Carl Zeiss Tessar lens working with 8.7 megapixels of power with PureView technology. You could have an excellent little bit of technology under the hood here, folks, ready for image stabilization, lightening of dark environments, and such vibrant scenes as you’ve never seen before. Have a peek at our hands-on photos and video above and below and do not forget to hit the timeline below besides for more key points from the Nokia event – and stay tuned for more Lumia and Windows 8!