first of all thank you gsmarena for the great review ! really I enjoyed reading the review ,
well done Nokia Nokia lumina 820 is one of best device and really I want it
Nokia please focus more in front camera we need 1.3 mp not VGA
As i suspected the dual-core beat the quad-core... Why? I think we all know that the Android OS is Laggy buggy and heavy.
Again Windows phones and IOS don't need quad-cores( it would be good indeed ).
Just another thing that i must say is that the reviewers don't talk about the Lags and breaks on Android i hope in the future that it would happen.
DaMan, 23 Nov 2012Great phone, good review. But you kept comparing it with Android devices and not the iPhone.
... moreYou should read your own comment before pressing "submit". Your comment starts: "Good review". Finishes: "Pretty unfair review".
How can you criticise a review when you are uncapable of writting something with a minimum of logic?
My opinion: good OS, good specs, good features, bad battery life. I definitely want more battery, even if it takes more thickness, it better have a 20mm thick version and have a huge 7000+mAh Li-Ion battery. If a phone is designed with a user replacable battery, then why not to have a 'giant battery' version?
AnonD-80352, 23 Nov 2012The AnTuTu bench mark test which you hav run shows that for windows phone 8 ANTUTU 3DRATING B... moreThat's for desktop Windows 8, not WP8. Here's the WP8 app: http://www.windowsphone.com/en-us/store/app/antutu-benchmark/82d5a985-4b31-42a6-9ad0-79521cdafff6
It does CPU tests and everything.
AnonD-79830, 22 Nov 2012you have no idea what you're talking about.. and clearly you're hear just to bad mouth!
firs... moreAt least I don´t need to insult in order to make my point, which is very objective and unbiased. I own Windows, and Apple products, no Android. I have had only Nokia phones since inception, my first non-Nokia phone was a year ago. I clearly don´t have a specific interest in badmouthing anyone. I limit myself to stating my honest opinion. In this case, with all my grief, I must say that both Microsoft with W8 (the 3 versions of it), and Nokia, are not looking too good.
I used to criticise a lot Android, but the fact is that they have manage to make Android a really good product, probably in par with OS in terms of usability and much better in terms of flexibility. So clearly the best mobile OS currently out there.
The AnTuTu bench mark test which you hav run shows that for windows phone 8 ANTUTU 3DRATING BENCHMARK is only available not the ANTUTU BENCHMARK...
Now, as we appreciate the 820 review, can we have the mothership 920 review? Because we all want that!
Nokia Lumia is growing up and try to against Samsung and Apple's device.
Great phone, good review. But you kept comparing it with Android devices and not the iPhone.
That's a bit unfair because the WP OS obviously doesn't have as many features or as good hardware as the Android devices, making it stand out as a downgrade. But to the consumer features and hardware isn't everything.
Compare it more to the iPhone (as you usually do in most reviews), which is one of the best selling and most appreciated phones on the market, and you'll find that the arguments about OS flexibility and hardware are much weaker. As a competitor to the iPhone the WP running devices appear much more appealing to the market, except for the power users. So it's a pretty unfair review in my honest opinion.
This is great phone. Now i'm thinking of iPhone or Lumia. No need of android for me.
READ THIS NOKIA:
1. Install decent camera and audio
2. Lower your price tag
If you want to sell lots of this device, offer decent value for money...remember you have lots of droid competitors and WP still behind iOS and Android in terms of apps
Nokia never learn...what were they thinking to put mediocre camera and not so good speaker on this device..plus the high price tag.
Fix those 3 problems, and sales will surely go up.
AnonD-252, 23 Nov 2012If you have an Android then you can "try" WP8 by installing a WP8-launcher http://fo... moreThanks dude! I installed this app to my old galaxy SL and it is really amazing and I am just wondering the flexibility that android gives. It is almost like using a brand new windows phone. Worth recommending to all.
I don't understand is it very expensive to add in radio fm module? Nowdays all smartphone have built-in fm radio with rds and also ability to recording. Not so many people have money to subscribe on line radio data.
AnonD-252, 23 Nov 2012If you have an Android then you can "try" WP8 by installing a WP8-launcher http://fo... moreNo you can't. Put a WP launcher on Android is basically same as put a Mila Kunis mask to your fat & ugly girlfriend
why not add the ability to scrub through a song... there better be an update soon to allow that ability. seems like such a silly thing that should be standard on any phone