Nokia Lumia 920 with Windows Phone 8 Review
Around a year ago Nokia made a bold move, launching the Lumia 800 running Windows Phone 7.5, their first high end handset on a non-Symbian OS in a long time. This signalled a new direction for the company and since then they have released numerous other Lumia phones at price points for different consumer groups.
In our review we saw that the Lumia 800 was a great handset in terms of build quality and design with the Windows Phone OS really impressing. It offered a completely different user experience to Android and iOS and other than a lack of apps in comparison to those other operating systems it was hard not to love the experience.
Now a year on from the Lumia 800 launch Nokia have released the Lumia 920 with a bump in specifications and size. It also includes the latest mobile OS from Microsoft, Windows Phone 8… so does it have enough to compete in a market which has moved on significantly in the last 12 months?
Packaging and Bundle
Nokia package their handset in a box which is similar in design to the other Lumia handsets and on the front we get a view of the 920 as well as a hint that various colours are available. Sliding off the main cover we find the handset wrapped in a protective cover and suspended in a cardboard tray. Underneath the extra items are separated into separate boxes and compartments.
With the Lumia 920 Nokia bundle some product documentation, in-ear headset, USB cable and protective rubber case. Also included is a compact fast charge PSU which we can use with the USB cable to recharge the phone.