Excerpted from Gerry Purdy’s MobileTrax column, the Nokia Lumia 920 may be just the ticket for its versatility. It incorporates speed, a back and front facing camera and an enhanced system that improves photos taken in low light conditions:
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Nokia and Microsoft are continuing their close partnership. They almost come across as a joint venture equally owned by both companies. Although it was clearly a Nokia press conference in New York City, Microsoft played a major role in the announcement of the Nokia Lumia 920, the first smartphone to incorporate Windows Phone 8.
The Lumia 920 incorporates a 4.5-inch HD PureMotion display with a Qualcomm dual-core Snapdragon 1.5GHz CPU. It also includes LTE, NFC, Bluetooth 3.0 and Qi wireless charging. It includes a rear-facing 8.7MP PureView camera, plus a 2MP front-facing camera. It comes in yellow, red, white, gray and black.
The Lumia 920 looks similar to the 900, but internally, there are a number of changes including an image enhancement system called PureView that dramatically improves image capture in low light conditions as shown in the following diagram.