By Vamien McKalin | Nov 04, 2012 12:34 PM EST
The Nokia Lumia 920 is Nokia's latest attempt at regaining marketshare in the smartphone space with Windows Phone 8. Reviewers seem to enjoy the look of the device, along with its PureView camera technology.
Here's what the reviewers are raving about:
The Verge - Verge Staff: The Lumia 920's hardware and design is top-notch, the screen is lovely, and the camera is a marvel in low light - but you can't ignore just how big and bulky the phone is. The software and hardware tradeoffs inherent in the Lumia 920 could be worth it if you've bought into the Microsoft ecosystem, but for most people I don't think it's a sure bet.
Engadget - Mat Smith: It's Nokia's greatest Windows Phone yet. The Lumia 920 packs a superb screen with great visibility and sensitivity, but the camera gives a mixed performance.
SlashGear - Chris Burns: The Nokia Lumia 920 is clearly the most unique Windows Phone 8 experience on the market today. Though the selection of Windows Phone 8 devices out in stores right this minute is extremely limited (the Lumia 920 itself isn't in stores at the time this review is being published), this unit will remain solid for some time to come.
Pocket-Lint - Stuart Miles: This isn't an iPhone or Android killer, and given the choice over this or the HTC 8X we would have to pick HTC. Surprising we know. What's even more annoying is that the 8X has a poorer camera and fewer apps, but it is nicer in the hand, and our pocket, and that - although sounding superficial - is important.
Seems to be a great phone for Windows Phone fans and those looking to make the first step to the platform. However, its bulkiness might throw many users off, while some might care much as long as the Nokia Lumia 920 performs to their liking.
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