Here comes a good news for all Windows freaks that Nokia launched officially its flagship smartphones, the Lumia 920 and the Lumia 820. Both gadgets are running on Windows 8 Operating System. The Lumia 920 is priced Rs.38,199, meanwhile, the Lumia 820 tags Rs.27,559. It is only the MRP price of two devices and the real market price would be a bit lower.
The Lumia 920 is the flagship smartphone of the Finnish company. It would also be the world's best Windows 8 operated mobile. Built in Nokia's trademark form factor monoblock, the gadget becomes a stunning experience to whoever looks at it. Thanks to the 4.5 inches IPS TFT Capacitive Multipoint touchscreen with a resolution of 768 x 1280 pixels. Its display also features PureMotion HD, which brings a new experience to the user. The device is rum by Microsoft's much acclaimed Windows 8 OS. A processor, Dual-core 1.5 GHz Snapdragon S4 with a RAM of 1 GB powers up the gadget to the next level and drags no time while playing even a high graphicsed game.
It seems that Nokia has gone miles ahead with its camera technology. Mated with Carl Zeiss Tessar lens, its 8 MP rear camera does the job quiet magnificently. The short pulse high power dual LED enables the best smartphone photography even at the darkest night. The gadget also doesn't disappoint any video chat buffs since a 1.3 MP front is more than enough to handle such silly matter.
The major positive energy of the Lumia 920 is the availability of 4G technology. This makes data transfer faster and easier. With an adequate 2000 mAh standard battery, the device is holdable up to 460 hours. Moreover, an inbuilt memory of 32 GB is much handy. However, the absence of microSD card slot, high pricing tag and the micro-sim slot stand as its major drawback.
On the other hand, the Lumia 820 gets paid attention. Packed with the same Dual-core 1.5 GHz Snapdragon S4 processor with 1 GB RAM. Its 4.3 inches Capacitive Multipoint touchscreen, which is supported by AMOLED and clearblack technology ensure good visual moments. An 8 MP camera with a dual LED flash at rear and a VGA camera at front make camera freaks happy. Thanks to its memory storage for the gadget is powered by an 8 GB inbuilt memory and it can be expandable up to 64 GB using a microSD card.
Nokia has come up to the expectations of the present generation smartphone users with these two Lumia products. But the price tag of both mobiles are certainly unbearable. If Nokia cuts the price, then it will surely help the Finnish maker to retain their old smartphone stake.
Technical Specifications, Price and Full Details of Nokia Lumia 920
Technical Specifications, Price and Full Details of Nokia Lumia 820
Nokia hopes to own a goodsome smartphone market share in India.
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