Nokia’s Lumia 920 is its higher-end of the company’s two Windows Phone 8 launch devices. It runs a 1.5GHz dual-core S4, has a 4.5-inch HD display, and 32GB of internal flash. The 920 marks the arrival of Nokia’s PureView tech on a Windows Phone handset, using optical image stabilization and sporting impressive low-light performance. The handset supports LTE 4G, and can be charged wirelessly.
From new topics like the HTC One and rumored Amazon smartphone, to nostalgia trips into webOS-memory land, this week’s Pocketnow Weekly podcast has it all. Give it a listen for all the mobile-tech talk your ears can handle.
The Pocketnow Weekly Podcast, Episode 036: An Experiment
The HTC One squares off -again- against the Galaxy S 4, ultrapixels battle megapixels, Windows Phone gets some Pandora love, and we kick off a bold new experiment on YouTube. Listen to this week’s Pocketnow Weekly podcast to take it all in.
UltraPixel vs PureView: HTC One & Nokia Lumia 920 Camera Shoot-Out
We put the new HTC One UltraPixel camera head to head with the reigning king of smartphone shooters, the Nokia Lumia 920 PureView. Who won? Read our impressions and take in our 50+ photo and video samples to see for yourself.
Galaxy S IV leaks keep us busy, but our new Pebble smart watches keep us busier. Listen to this week’s podcast for these stories, plus Xperia Z unboxing and Ubuntu pronunciation guides, listener mail, and so much more. Seriously, so much. For real.
Here’s How Nokia Can Win With Its Next Lumia Flagship
The Nokia Lumia 920 was easily one of the most highly-anticipated smartphones of late 2012. However, the buzz died quickly for the one-popular phone. What does Nokia need to make its next Lumia flagship more successful?