- Primary camera sensor size: 8.7 MPmegapixels
- Camera: Nokia PureView
- Display size: 4.5''
- Processor name: Snapdragon™ S4
- Maximum 3G talk time: 10.8h
- Maximum 3G standby time: 460h
- Music playback time: 74h
Review rating: 5 stars
- Size (LWH): 2.79 inches, 0.42 inches, 5.13 inches
- Weight: 6.56 ounces
- Network Compatibility: LTE
- Minimum Rated Talk Time: 480 minutes
- Minimum Rated Standby Time: 312 hours
- Snapdragon™ S4 Processor
- Do more. Wait less: Tap into faster performance. The Snapdragon™ processor CPU cores enable extra performance when you need it and puts you in charge of running the most demanding applications, including gaming, photography, as well as business and personal productivity.
- Power consumption
- Less charging. More doing: The Snapdragon™ processor's unique asynchronous technology enables each core to power up and power down independently, resulting in maximizing core performance level without wasting battery power.
- Beyond mobile. And beyond all expectations: Snapdragon™ S4 processor is a highly integrated, mobile-optimized system on a chip that delivers dynamic, immersive experiences and powerful, battery-friendly performance that can put new possibilities in your hands.
· High-Quality Camera
· Smartphone Features and Applications
- The main disadvantage in Nokia Lumia 920 is the windows App Store that which has less Apps when compared to Android and iOS.
- There is no microSD card, FM Radio, system-wide file manager, lockscreen shortcuts.
- The size and weight of the phone is to be considered before you buy because it is bit uncomfortable to handle the device.
- The battery is not disposable, if there is any problem with the battery than it is not so simple to replace it with the new battery.
In a new Facebook post, the Finnish phone maker breaks down the key features found in both smartphones, naturally giving the nod to the 920 in each category. And in many areas, the company does manage to make its case.
The Lumia 920's screen is larger and sharper than the one on the new iPhone. The 920's 4.5-inch screen displays 1,280x768 pixels at 332 pixels per inch. The iPhone 5's 4-inch screen offers 1,136x640 pixels at 326 ppi.
The PureView camera on the Lumia 920 offers 8.7-megapixels with a Carl Zeiss lens, while the iPhone 5 uses an 8-megapixel camera. But unmentioned by Nokia are the improvements in noise reduction, low-light performance, and fast photo taking in the new iPhone's camera.
Both cameras offer a Panoramic mode to let you shoot a single photo covering as much as 360 degrees. Nokia gives itself points for image stabilization, but that feature is also on the iPhone 5. The 920's front-facing camera does win the pixel race, offering 1.2 megapixels compared with the iPhone 5's 720 pixels.
The Lumia 920 is also more touch-sensitive. A new touch technology allows people with long fingernails or gloves to manipulate the screen. Nokia's phone comes in a wider range of colors and offers more accessories than does the iPhone 5.
The winner of the maps contest is a no-brainer, especially in light of Apple's Maps snafu.
The City Lens augmented reality feature found on the Lumia Maps app lets you find local businesses simply by pointing your phone in the right direction, a feature not available on the new iPhone. Nokia is also clearly taking advantage of the backlash against Apple for its Maps mistakes.