The 920 is also available in slate grey (gentlemanly) and red. I think black could also be considered gentleman-worthy.
SS, 06 Sep 2012Many woman will adore the fully functional touch screen just by using their fingernails. Many ... moreOperating touchscreens with a nail or even with a glove on seems amazing. Ask your buddies if they agree. I think this is a great feature for everyday use.
the F/2.0 aperture is the lowest found any smartphone. Think of aperture as how “open” a lens can get—the more open, the more light comes in. That’s crucial as light is what camera’s crave and is the key to getting a good image. You want to buy an expensive lens for your DSLR? Search for one with an F/1.4 aperture—basically the lower the number, the better. Reaching F/2.0 on a camera-phone is a pretty big deal, make no mistake about it. It will also greatly help to make your photos better as the shutter speed can go faster.
back-side illuminated sensors (BSI) —it’s what is found on the iPhone, Titan II and many Samsung phones. It puts the wires behind the sensor, allowing more light to be received and once again, making brighter photos. We’ve wanted Nokia to do this for a very long time and now they have.
The Lumia 900, Lumia 920 and 808 PureView
Sensor size is also crucial. Here, the bigger the better and the fact is, most smartphones have tiny sensors. Why do some “pro” DSLRs cost so much? It’s because they have a giant sensor (it’s also why they’re so big). The Lumia 920 sports a 1/1.4” sensor that beats many phones who roll with a smaller 1/2.5”. That brings us to megapixels…
Photographers hate megapixel discussions because it’s all consumers focus on, instead of all of the above. It’s often the least important aspect as those pixels won’t improve your photo much. It’s good for cropping, yes, but other than that?
Nokia said they could have added more than the 8MP to that 1/1.4” sensor, as some of their competitors have on their devices. But as we mentioned last night, jamming more megapixels on a sensor can have negative consequences, like reduce image quality. The more pixels on a sensor, the more light you need to illuminate them all. In turn, cameras with high megapixel count tend to have worse low-light performance. That’s right folks, putting 16MP or 32MP into a camera can be a bad thing, especially if it’s on a small sensor.
No, Nokia took the good route here—the one that photographers would have preferred: larger, BSI sensor with less megapixels so there is less noise in low light conditions.
Throw in their whole “Floating lens”, which is a mechanical form of image stabilization (aka better than software based) and we’re talking a whole new category of a camera phone. I'VE seen some of the images and so far, I really like what we see. Expect more in the future
David, 06 Sep 2012I would like to know if the phone has a direct connection to the pc/mac to copy files to the p... morein Nokia 820 it comes with Three different Level of storage.. same as Symbian devices like Phone Memory, Mass Memory and Memory slot, so for Nokia 920 there is no micro slot support.. the best thing is u get free 7 GB sky drive storage
Great phone, one problem... I hate that glossy case.. looks like cheap plastic. Damn it, give me a matte colour.
Windows Phone Fan, 06 Sep 2012Wash your mouth out with soap for any talk like that. I can use my snow gloves and still us... moreMany woman will adore the fully functional touch screen just by using their fingernails. Many men perhaps will love to show off by using their car key when touching the touch screen just as other havee to use their finger tips...
Windows Phone Fan, 06 Sep 2012Nokia has avoided Android for a reason.
Lag, buggy and uncontrollable fragmentation.
Elops... moreYou seem to be forgetting something, in order for WP to dispute the number one (Android), it first needs to overthrow the number two (Apple and their iOS).
I find your rationale laughable and oblivious of that fact.
Windows Phone Fan, 06 Sep 2012Wash your mouth out with soap for any talk like that.
I can use my snow gloves and still us... moreYou proved that windows fans are really kids.......what there is common between lag and using mobile with snow gloves.....
geekasauras, 06 Sep 2012Didnt you said that before when nokia lumia 800 and 900 was released?I'm sorry i didn't hear the question
SsmartshuaibB, 06 Sep 2012Ha ha ha....android is moving towards lag free ecosystem....while windows moving viceversa....... moreWash your mouth out with soap for any talk like that.
I can use my snow gloves and still use my Phone then.
Super touch screen used with keys and finger nail.
only for lumia lovers:
watch lumia smoke cameras from s3 and iphone
looking forward to this ossum gadget.....
wating to get hands on....
Windows Phone Fan, 06 Sep 2012Nokia has avoided Android for a reason. Lag, buggy and uncontrollable fragmentation. Elops... moreHa ha ha....android is moving towards lag free ecosystem....while windows moving viceversa.....lags found on windows 8........
samsuck, 06 Sep 2012haha see the ratings man. its design is rated 9.1. its not copied like your samjunk crap. Oh....u guyz dunno what is happening around.....apple won only in their home (US)....where as samsung won the case every where..australia, netherlands, japan, england, korea so and so.....so just don't troll....
Windows Phone Fan, 06 Sep 2012Nokia has avoided Android for a reason. Lag, buggy and uncontrollable fragmentation. Elops... morelaggy?ok but with jelly bean things have improved alot. but on the other side the new lumia 920 is good but no way near the new quadcore androids. and this poor colorfull toy wont be able to play good games..loll Nokia is dead