Nokia Lumia 920 Front

The Nokia Lumia 920 is Nokia’s most innovative Lumia. It runs Microsoft’s Windows Phone 8 operating system and packs a lot off features. As this is my first impressions of the device, I will leave most of my thoughts for the review.

In the box, you get: The Lumia 920, a sim-ejection tool, a welcome manual, a micro-usb cable, a usb plug and some headphones.

Upon picking up the device for the first time, I noticed that the phone has a considerable weight to it. It clocks in at 185 g and definitely isn’t the lightest smartphone. It has a stunning 4.5 inch PureMotion HD+ display which is great for viewing images and text.

Nokia Lumia 920 Camera

The phone features volume rockers, a lock switch and a dedicated camera button which is really helpful as the Lumia 920 has an amazing camera with a Car Zeiss lens. The camera is 8.7 megapixels and takes some gorgeous photos and videos.

The phone packs a Snapdragon S4 processor and 1GB of RAM that allows Windows Phone 8 to run smoothly and quickly. The device comes packed with Nokia apps like Nokia Maps and Nokia Music which are exclusive to Lumias.

Nokia Lumia 920 Buttons Screen

The phone is very fast and responsive. The design is pretty good and allows you to grip the phone firmly even though it is made out of a glossy one-piece polycarbonate body. It is also very bulky but I like that because it actually feels like you are holding a phone.


Be sure to stay tuned for a camera test and a full review.