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Comment: beauty and elegant
Good: Camera, screen, build quality, design, nokia apps
Bad: no removable sd slot
Comment: I will be getting this phone the first chance I get. With the best camera of any phone (except the nokia 808, which sucks at everything else) and the best screen available coupled with amazing build quality this phone is almost perfect. Not having removable storage might be a problem for some people but for me (and 90% of people out there) 32 gb will more than suffice (I have hundreds of songs and dozens of apps on my lumia 900 with 16 gb and still can't fill it up)
Good: Camera, screen
Comment: I wont agree with cnet review. Battery is really good especially considering the brightest screen on the market (avg 600lumi). It lasted 7h watching video, longer than my previous samsung s3 (around 5.5-6h) obviously gps is the most draining thing in the phone on s3 i could do around 4.5h which again is worse then lumia despite bigger battery.
Camera is amazing, finaly something worth to take pictures with
Screen best whatsoever, due to puremotion and highly sensitive screen i think its better than briliant iphone's 5 screen.
Only minus is apps, just few specific apps missing (banking apps), not worried as im sure WP8 gonna rock the market and i should get my apps within few months
Good: Gorgeous, fresh and new
Bad: Camera could be better, battery seems iffy
Comment: Looks awesome but the battery life worries me as does the camera. Fortunately both are correctable by software so hopefully Nokia (who have a good track record for fixing things) correct this.
The lack of apps doesn't bother me as all the important ones are there or coming in the near future (le's face it, they share the same codebase as Windows 8 so there's a massive market for them).
Good: specs- fresh UI
Bad: exclusive to EE!? Nokia waht are you doing!!
Comment: "The Nokia Lumia 920 -- one of the first Windows Phone 8 devices to hit shop shelves -- is going to be an EE exclusive"- CNET
I'm hoping CNET don't mean this- or that it's for a limited time. I'd be interested this phone but not this narrows down the options.
Nokia- are you trying to reduce your market share further?!
(The 920 is available sim free for about £470.)
Good: Fresh and Intuitive!
Comment: iOS and Android UI look identical with icons all over the place. WP8 UI is fresh and intuitive. I'm getting Lumia 920 for sure.
Good: screen, UI, ruggedness
Bad: not yet here, square corners
Comment: IOS and jelly bean are starting to look boring and they're not the perfect phone OS. This looks more interesting. I nearly went for windows before, but held off with the whole windows 8 thing making previous phones a dead end for upgrades. But this phone looks good- teh screen quality, size, ruggedness and UI. Having decided against the Note 2, and wanting something better than an S3 after using them, this could well be my next phone.
Good: Design, Features and Windows Mobile 8
Bad: Not released yet
Comment: By far the best phone of those revealed and launched. Almost went for a Windows Phone last time but it lacked an app from my bank. That app will be release in November so now I am ready to make the jump.
Good: Windows Phone OS, PureView Camera, Excellent Maps, great hardware specs.
Bad: maybe the price.
Comment: the number of Apps will grow in time.
Good: I WANT IT I WANT IT NOW :3
Bad: dont know if it will come in blue but doesnt matter that much :3
Comment: Looks good cant wait for it to come out.
The OS look as good as well.
Love Nokia :3
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