Nokia has launched the Lumia 920, which is to be the first Windows Phone 8-powered handset to land in shops. The handset sports wireless charging and a camera with PureView technology just like the 808 PureView. However, it doesn’t sport a 41-megapixel sensor just like the 808. Instead, it comes with a ‘floating lens’.
The 920 packs a 4.5-inch HD display sporting curved glass. The screen adjusts brightness and colour according to amount of sun light when outdoors. The phone also sports wireless charging. All you have to do to charge the device is place the phone within the charging pillow to charge its 2,000mAh battery.
Interested in the Nokia Lumia 920? We’ll keep you posted once availability and price is announced.