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Nokia Lumia 820 announced with a 4.3-inch AMOLED

05 September, 2012 | Read the news | Post your comment
Nokia Lumia 820 announced with a 4.3-inch AMOLED - read the full textThe Nokia event in New York is in full swing and the second phone the Finnish company announced is the Nokia Lumia 820. It has a smaller screen than the 920 flagship and it misses out on a few of the cool new features, but should provide the same solid smartphone experience. The Nokia Lumia 820...

 

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Nice phone

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  • 2012-09-15 19:18
  • fC$e

> In reply to Rohit p @ 2012-09-05 17:52 from U{kW - click to readyeah u r right.... m using Samsung Note and Nokia 808 Pureview with 3g.... and Note 's battery is worst thn a shit..... need to charge minimum 2 times... and Nokia 808 pureview's battery is 100 time better thn Note .. and in size Nokia's battery in Half... and still gives 100 time better back up... so thr is no uses of Biggggg Battery...

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  • 2012-09-11 17:06
  • fCML

> In reply to Rohit p @ 2012-09-05 17:52 from U{kW - click to readyeah u r right.... m using Samsung Note and Nokia 808 Pureview with 3g.... and Note 's battery is worst thn a shit..... need to charge minimum 2 times... and Nokia 808 pureview's battery is 100 time better thn Note .. and in size Nokia's battery in Half... and still gives 100 time better back up... so thr is no uses of Biggggg Battery...

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  • 2012-09-11 15:07
  • fC$k

very nice phone...............very-very smart phone...nokia phone.....i am use nokia phone...thanks nokia

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  • 2012-09-09 10:59
  • rJQH

> In reply to Marco @ 2012-09-06 13:53 from 5i4e - click to readGood comparison there dude. But you just point out the pros on Moto's side. I'm not a fan of either manufacturers but you didnt mention any pros on Nokia's side. tsk2! How about the wireless charging, the camera on 920, OIS video, smoothness of the display?

And yeah, you're right about Android winning VS WP8 in most peoples opinion but updates on Motorola??? It sucks in most peoples opinion!!! :P

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  • 2012-09-07 15:26
  • v0qy

> In reply to Marco @ 2012-09-06 13:53 from 5i4e - click to readGood comparison there dude. But you just point out the pros on Moto's side. I'm not a fan of either manufacturers but you didnt mention any pros on Nokia's side. tsk2! How about the wireless charging, the camera on 920, OIS video, smoothness of the display?

And yeah, you're right about Android winning VS WP8 in most peoples opinion but updates on Motorola??? It sucks on most peoples opinion!!! :P

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  • 2012-09-07 15:24
  • v0qy

> In reply to Ale @ 2012-09-07 12:34 from MNJ7 - click to readUh...I think he was actually referring to the weight (and am guessing you are thinking of memory?)

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  • 2012-09-07 12:43
  • 9Cp5

> In reply to Anonymous @ 2012-09-06 13:11 from MFx% - click to readNo such things as too much, only too little!

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  • 2012-09-07 12:34
  • MNJ7

> In reply to Anonymous @ 2012-09-07 06:51 from N9@S - click to readI agree the the Nokias aren't that impressive, though the CPU, GPU and RAM is more than good enough to compete with the S3's Exynos and dim-lit screen and unmipressive battery, not to mention the sammy-plastic.

Main problems with the Nokias are dated Bluetooh, no SD-slot, not so big battery compared to screen size and it being TFT in the 920-case and just way to low screen res on the 820.

LG Optimus 4x is the best choice for gamers now, Tegra 3 still does a great job here. RAZR MAXX is best for those non-heavy phone gamers and people that actually wants to use their phones as much as possible and not have to charge it all the time.

The upcoming RAZR M will really shine in the midrange, and RAZR HD and HD MAXX will do everything well. Whenever the LG optimus G comes, it will be the better heavy gaming option, whenever next gen games will come out for it.

Based on shots I've seen, the RAZR HD's screen will hopefully not be as dim as the S3. Looks very bright on photos and videos.

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  • 2012-09-07 11:10
  • 5i4e

I am a big time nokia fan but nokia lumia 820 and 920 specs are nothing impressing. Samsung still leads, even with their wp8

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  • 2012-09-07 06:51
  • N9@S
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> In reply to Anonymous @ 2012-09-06 20:14 from N7AR - click to readWow..watta comparision..did you give it a lot of thought..then what abt apple, dont you get the similarity between 3g, 3gs and 4g, 4gs,..and for your info, does 820 look similar to N9..open your eyes for godsake...atleast nokia is not copying from iphone like some manufacturers...yeah samsung galaxy 1st gen looks similar to 3gs..and coming to you, have you even used WP..use it and you will not go back to another OS..

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  • 2012-09-07 01:14
  • xJLP

Windows Phone 8 on Lumia 920 and 820? People
should open their eyes cos this phone is Nokia N9
design used four times for Lumia 800, Lumia 900,
Lumia 920 and Lumia 820.....come on Nokia, is that it?
way to go with ur new idea of repeating design and
slaping old boring WP OS on it......you're just like apple,
but a little better though ...............Lol..and to apple, google will ear the rest of apple, it was once bitten by microsoft thats why there is a bitten apple logo and the
reason why they don't want to have a
removeable back cover for the iPhone is because you
will see that their chipset came from Samsung, screen
from LG and camera from Sony! haha! well done Apple!
^^

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  • 2012-09-06 20:14
  • N7AR

> In reply to TheIndian @ 2012-09-06 08:06 from MJy4 - click to readyar i think it will just remain as the wish list of ours. the pricing will be from 25K to 38K.. example 710 is not worth for 15k.. did you see any reduction of price? you don't even have expandable memory slot and no front facing camera.. not much of expectations from pricing perspective

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  • 2012-09-06 18:18
  • PMTk

> In reply to Anonymous @ 2012-09-05 21:16 from gDhc - click to readI did not mean more just now from Nokia, I was thinking more about HTC, Samsung, LG etc, I know HTC have a press conference coming up in which they are expected to debut a WP8 device.

Don't get me wrong the 920 and 820 are interesting devices (the first Nokia phones i can say that about in many years) however they are not perfect and would be lucky to achieve the kind of success that the best droids have achieved.

What I don't like is people on these forums who seem to have attached their very souls to a particular platform (or manufacturer) and see all others as a threat to their existence and would love to see them fail, its utter stupidity.

Each OS has its strength's and weaknesses, but as consumers the more choice we have the better. I've not seen anything in these two devices that will persuade me to make the switch to WP8....yet, but I like the direction it seems to be going.

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  • 2012-09-06 16:05
  • mpA{

Nice phone.........:)

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  • 2012-09-06 14:08
  • ut2j

Let's see now.

Both Motorola and Nokia launched new phones yesterday. One midranger and one top range.

Nokia 920 vs RAZR HD
4.5" TFT HD screen vs 4.7" SAMOLED HD screen - RAZR wins by size and tech
2000mAh vs 2530mAh battery - RAZR wins (3300mAh in HD MAXX)
Bluetooth 3.0 vs bluetooth 4.0 - RAZR wins
WP8 vs. Android - RAZR wins by most peoples opinion
32GB internal, no SD slot vs 12GB (32GB im MAXX) and SD slot - RAZR wins
Equal CPU/GPU
Equal screen protection - Gorilla glass
RAZR HD is also more compact and built in Kevlar and aluminium, not just aluminium. I suppose we can also assume it will bring the SplashGuard(Nano coating) as RAZR XT910.


Nokia 820 vs RAZR M:

4.3" WVGA AMOLED vs 4.3" qHD SAMOLED - RAZR wins
1650mAh vs 2000mAh battery - RAZR wins
WP8 vs. Android - RAZR wins by most peoples opinion
Bluetooth 3.0 vs bluetooth 4.0 - RAZR wins
Nothing vs HDMI - RAZR wins
Gorilla glass not mentioned vs Gorilla glass - RAZR wins, or equal.
Equal CPU/GPU
Equal internal storage and RAM
RAZR M is also more compact and built in Kevlar and aluminium, not just aluminium. I suppose we can also assume it will bring the SplashGuard(Nano coating) as RAZR XT910.

Nokia posting fake Lumia 920 pureview video to make the camera look better then it really is. Calling it Pureview, even though it doesn't bring the most important pureview feature. So only marginally better camera in the 920, and still just a cellphone camera with no optical zoom etc. So one still have to resort to the compact and/or (D)SLR for proper photos either way.

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  • 2012-09-06 13:53
  • 5i4e

160g is too much!

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  • 2012-09-06 13:11
  • MFx%

> In reply to TheIndian @ 2012-09-06 08:06 from MJy4 - click to readand pigs will fly - 920 is supposed to be a flagship - 25k is out of the question - 800 is selling at that price point

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  • 2012-09-06 12:59
  • PZLv

> In reply to TheIndian @ 2012-09-06 08:06 from MJy4 - click to readif nokia 800 is of 23k, how can you expect 820 to be a 15k piece ... i think 820 will be around 25 k and 920 to be around 30k

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  • 2012-09-06 11:10
  • 2Zg7

We developed this phones!

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  • 2012-09-06 10:49
  • 9Lay

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