We thought we’d pull together some of the best Nokia Lumia 920 video reviews for your delectation. After all, if a picture speaks a thousand words, then a video must say a whole lot more. Right?
The Nokia Lumia 920 is one awesome piece of kit. The 4.5-inch Super AMOLED display alone is a work of art. Not only is is high definition, it also benefits from PureMotion HD + technology for super-fast response times. You can also interact with it while you’re wearing your gloves, which is handy in these nippy winter months.
Underneath its sturdy-but-stylish polycarbonate shell, the Nokia Lumia 920 runs on a punchy 1.5GHz dual-core CPU. It’s also got a stunning 8.7-megapixel PureView camera too, which includes advanced floating lens image-stabilisation technology for class-leading low-light performance.
Oh, and did we mention it has wireless charging capabilities? Well it does.
It’s a bit of a technological wonder then, the Nokia Lumia 920. To see what all this means for your day to say usage, check out what the experts thing. First up let’s take a look at Engadget’s video review. They find it to be a classy handset with a stunning screen. Check it out.
Next, take a look at this review from Laptopmag. While the commentator speaks plenty of sense, we defy you to watch this without wincing at the phone’s precarious positioning near the edge of a tall building. Yikes. The video also takes time out to feature a wireless charger peripheral.
Now on the The Verge, which has produced a typically classy, snappy video review. The reviewer focuses first on the Nokia Lumia 920’s stellar PureView camera, and finds the photographic results – especially in low-light conditions – to be highly impressive.
As well as covering all the basics, this video review from Dial-a-phone looks at those Nokia-exclusive apps like Nokia Drive and Nokia City Lens – a major advantage over its Windows Phone 8 rivals.
Let’s finish with something a little different from all those comprehensive expert reviews. This video shows off the Nokia Lumia 920 camera’s stabilisation technology and low-light performance nicely, with the reviewer going out for a late night drive. It’s not exact Michael Mann, but it still looks great in its own way.