The Nokia Lumia 920 heavy. Now that we got this out of the way let’s focus on what makes this phone great: worldwide LTE support, inductive wireless charging, gorgeous PureMotionHD+ 1280×768 screen and exceptional camera with OIS. Did I mention the perfect build quality? Well there you have it. Sounds like the perfect phone right? Unfortunately nothing is perfect and the Lumia 920 really is a heavy handset especially when you have handled the Samsung ATIV S and the Windows Phone 8X by HTC just a few minutes later. This is not to say that I won’t be getting one but I definitely understand people complaining about the 920′s bulkiness. I for example wouldn’t recommend it to my wife but then again she really love Nokia Drive so..decision will have to be made between Nokia’s flagship and HTC’s surprisingly nice Windows Phone 8X.
Anyway, check out my short hands-on video after the break:
I should be getting my review sample in a bit more than 2 weeks. I could have gotten one earlier but I’m soon leaving to go on vacation on the other side of the planet to I’ll have to wait until I come back to get my tiny hands on this crazy piece of technology. The Nokia Lumia 920 will be available tomorrow in France (October 30th) and then in the UK one day later. Other countries should follow shortly after but carrier availability isn’t expected before the first/second week of November.