The Nokia Lumia series smart phones are the result of a strategic tie up between Nokia mobiles and Microsoft. The deal is widely considered as a face saver for the former number one mobile making company from Finland. With a huge loss in financial year of 2011-2012, leading to the selling of its assets in European countries, made more serious by the increased competition from Samsung, HTC and LG, the Nokia Lumia 920 and other Lumia series smart phones may just as well finally save Nokia’s sinking fortunes.
Nokia mobiles are known for its durability and low cost, but recently Samsung, HTC, LG and other mobile makers have come out with faster and more advanced phones at a much cheaper price. The Nokia Lumia series of mobiles are considered as a make or break product for the company. With its competitors already tying up with Google to offer its Andriod mobile operating system, the Windows 8 mobile OS offered in the Lumia series is a worthy match and rival. Even though Andriod is a good OS and have millions of application available for download from its apps store, but Nokia and Microsoft have a sure shot winner in their hands which will soon narrow the gap. The Nokia Lumia 920 is the flagship model of the Nokia Lumia series smart phones. This smart phone is yet to be launched in India, but is said to features which will give the popular Samsung Galaxy S3 a run for its money. Nokia Lumia 920 price is said to be around Rs 25,000-30,000, tad lower than its competitors in the top of the line segment.
The Nokia Lumia 920 features a snapdragon S4 1.5 ghz dual core processor and 1GB ram. It has 32GB of internal storage along with 7GB of SkyDrive cloud space storage facility. Nokia Lumia 920 is the first smart phone to have an Optical Image Stabilization technology for its 8.7 megapixel camera which can take bright blur-free photos and videos in any light conditions and is said to be the best smart phone camera available. It also has a 1.2-megapixel front-facing 720p camera. It is HTML 5 compatible and the HD WXGA 4.5 inch display which gives a high brightness screen for readability under sunlight. It also has a high refresh rate that enhances viewing videos and screen transition experience by boosting Wifi or internet signals. The Nokia Lumia 920 pictures show a feather AMOLED touchscreen, which consumes less energy. The Lumia 920 has the largest battery on any Nokia phone ever (2,000 mAh) and comes with wireless charging pad. With these features, this smartphone may very well save Nokia’s slugging economical graph and bring in the much needed profits.