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Top 5 Nokia Lumia 920 video reviews

Published by Jon Mundy November 22, 2012

Top 5 Nokia Lumia 920 video reviews

Published by Jon Mundy November 22, 2012

You’ve had our initial impressions of the Nokia Lumia 920, but plenty of other experts have been putting their thoughts to camera concerning Nokia’s new flagship device.

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.

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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.

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