The upcoming Nokia Lumia 920 had quite a fan following even before its official launch. It after all had the rich brand heritage and the loyal user base of Nokia’s S40 and S60 mobile phones. For over two decades people were in love with the quality of Nokia’s robust hardware, continual software support, simple but reliable OS and the enhanced functionality of its user-friendly intuitive interface. However their biggest strength possibly was the great battery life of their phones over the relatively new entrants; Android and iOS. With this heritage in their arsenal, Nokia had no option but to live up to the expectations of its loyalists and enable them to make a smooth transition from S60 to the Windows OS- or lose their consumer base to the Android and the iOS.
In this aspect, the Nokia Lumia 920 has all the strengths of its predecessors and the ingenuity and innovation of its future siblings. The talk of the town; its Pureview Technology with a 8 Megapixel Carl Zeiss lens captures the redefining aspects of a beautiful photograph almost in a way a high-end DSLR can. With 4G LTE and a 1.5 GHz dual core processor, the wireless data transfer speeds promise to be phenomenal. The mammoth 4.5 inch PureMotion HD+ display of the Lumia 920 created by a painstakingly intricate process involving Corning Gorilla Glass promises to be an absolute masterpiece as it allows for easy reading and browsing even in bright sunlight. The Dual-LED Flash combined with best-in-class Optical Image Stabilization encourages users to stretch their imagination to the edge of their minds and capture shots beyond magnitudes they thought possible.
With Nokia’s trademark 2000 mAh battery powerhouse and the convenience of Wireless Charging, the future of technology has finally arrived. Boasting of SkyDrive Integration which lets you manage all your music, photographs and files, syncing was never so easy and effortless.
The Nokia Lumia 920 has a big task on its hands. It needs to stand up, be accounted for and display the resolve of its ancestors to urge, convince and soothe the fears of its loyalists; the future of Nokia is already here. And it is here to stay.