Is there any way to replace the battery of Lumia 920. I want to buy but I am confuse. Its the non replacable battery.
[deleted post]no need to boast yours :D, you're on 920s forum, i own ds phone for alm0st 3 mos, i never had a problem either. I also ownd both xperia and s3,i dunno f ds happend to u guyz ,but i just get b0red using android after 2-3 mos. I just realized how pathetic android phone manufacturers are. Tsk, making phone with the same Os feature, just mkin it bigger to look and putting a larger lens on d rear and fr0nt,d0nt argue with me guyz ,i kn0w u kn0w what i mean.
Unfortunately no Lumia 920/820 or Samsung Ativ S in Latvia.
It's february 2013 outside, but latvian mobile providers offers only lumia 800/900 or HTC Windows phone 8x :(
Please say your country and does your official mobile provider sell this phone?
jason bourne, 04 Feb 2013Android please! Come on Nokia you can do better than that. Look, You are not the only window p... moreAs much as I hate Android and hope never to use it again, I'm glad you didn't go the road I've seen a lot of people go (the give up on WP and just make Android road). I applaud you for that.
Anonymous, 04 Feb 2013Flash Android over Windows Phone OS. If it is then short too then flash iOS over Android and i... moreiOS has the best battery life, then WP, then Android (That's on an in office test of an S3 vs 920 vs iPhone 5)
Anonymous, 01 Feb 2013I have Lumia 920 purchased about 3 weeks back exchanging E72. I am regretting the change I mad... moretry drainin ur battery out comp and the chargin in for upto 8-10 hrs do this 3-4 tims it will giv u a gud battery back up ...
AnonD-109168, 04 Feb 2013i am planning of buying 920 cn anyone guide me shd i go for 920 or the s3 i am cnfused abt the... moreANDROID is the better option. Coz in samsung s3, you can upgrade operating system easily and may be free. Android is based on linux kernel, an open source, so it is better choice than all other mobile phones.
i am planning of buying 920 cn anyone guide me shd i go for 920 or the s3 i am cnfused abt the apps in 920 whether they would be like those in android.
its super phone i like it sooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo much.....
jason bourne, 04 Feb 2013Android please! Come on Nokia you can do better than that. Look, You are not the only window p... moreSamsung makes profit on Android, most other companies barely reach breakeven. Nokia made more than most in Q4.
Anonymous, 03 Feb 2013Nokia lumia 920 has very short battery time in comparison with other conventional nokia models... moreFlash Android over Windows Phone OS. If it is then short too then flash iOS over Android and if that still keeps the battery short then carry an external mobile recharge battery.
Android please! Come on Nokia you can do better than that. Look, You are not the only window phone maker. You still gives all your hope to Window OS while other companies are enjoying profit from android? Why not have both of them like Samsung, HTC, Huawei......? Based on your reputation, I'm sure people will consider your android devices!
AnonD-32581, 04 Feb 2013is this portico or Apollo+?It's been kind of odd that no code name for the successor to the Windows Phone 8 operating system had leaked -- until November 26 (if the rumors are right).
Here's a quick refresher on code names. The Windows Phone team has been all about the o's. Windows Phone 7 OS was code-named NoDo. Then there was Mango (Windows Phone 7.5). A minor interim update arrived next, code-named Tango. And Windows Phone 8 OS was code-named Apollo. Joe Belfiore(o), manager of the Windows Phone Program, said awhile back that the team was finished with code names ending in "o."
So what was Windows Phone 8's successor going to be called?
Winsyde.com posted earlier today that the next release will be code-named "Apollo +," and that it would be available in Q1 2013 -- citing the @Football4PDA Twitter account as the source. The Verge subsequently posted that the code name of Windows Phone OS 8's follow-on would be "Apollo Plus." (Maybe the ban on code names ending with "o" doesn't start till Windows Phone 9 OS?)
The Verge's Tom Warren also reported that Microsoft would share details about the update at the Mobile World Congress show in February 2013. The Verge cited unnamed sources as providing the information and said the coming update could include features like VPN support, a Wi-Fi connectivity fix, and audio improvements.