After the release of Samsung Ativ S, Windows Phone 8 based Nokia Lumia 920 has been officially announced as well. We know that the Lumia 920 is an extremely important phone for Nokia and it looks like that Nokia goes all out to make sure it has a chance to be the winner in current smartphone arena. Speaking of its state-of-the-art stuffs, this Nokia’s true flagship is equipped with a suite of amazing features, like a larger and curved 4.5-inch PureMotion HD+ display with 1,280 x 768 resolution, dual-core 1.5GHz Snapdragon S4 CPU, 2,000mAh battery, NFC, integrated wireless charging and an 8-megapixel rear PureView camera capable of 1080p video. What should be mentioned is that the packed display on Lumia 920 is the fastest LCD that Nokia has ever shipped on a smartphone. Meanwhile, Nokia Lumia 920 will be available in yellow, red, white grey and black colours, which offers different color choices for us!
When you scan the designs and announced specs of Lumia 920, obviously, it is a wonderful mobile with smooth, fast and sleek performance and there are a ton of future-is-here features offered. From what I know so far, this phone can go toe to toe with Galaxy S3, HTC One X and even the forthcoming iPhone 5 in operation performance part. However, here my question is: all benefits mentioned above are enough for you to consider buying it?
Certainly, the Nokia Lumia 920 looks quite good, but seemingly it is not finished. There is no selling price and no release date provided. Some folks even hold the idea that it possibly will be dead in the water like the last Windows 7 phone Lumia 800. What’s more, considering the Windows app platform and simultaneously comparing it with Android and Apple platforms, the lack of apps is a real problem for all potential Windows phone followers, including me.
We know that currently no one can give a serious reassessment of the WP app situation and its platform still has a chance to mature a little. So, if such a beast ends up existing, will you jump from your iPhone or top-end Android phone to this WP8-based Nokia Lumia 920?