Last week, Brandon Miniman took us for a short tour of the iPhone 5 he’s been toting as a daily driver for the past four months. In that first device durability report, we learned what kind of dings and dents the newest iPhone can accrue over several months of case-less usage, and in today’s video, we’re turning the lens on Nokia’s Windows Phone 8 flagship, the Lumia 920.

The 920 is a whole lotta smartphone, much thicker and heavier than the iPhone 5, with a lot of wide-open polycarbonate just begging to be banged up. Follow along as we take you on a tour of the scratches, scrapes, scabs and scars our Lumia 920 has collected since launch day. We’ll tell you how they formed, how they compare to similar damage marks on the previous-generation Lumia 900, and what we think of the 920’s durability overall, after just over three months of naked carriage. Then stay tuned for the Lumia 920’s full After The Buzz treatment, coming very soon to a YouTube screen near you.


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