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Nok on wood, here comes
The Nokia Lumia 920's PureMotion HD+ display is a contender for the brightest, clearest, fastest touchscreen so far. And with amazing PureView technology and CarlZeiss optics, the latest Windows Phone 8 software and tons of apps to choose from, this handset is the complete package.
Amazing images come as standard with the Lumia 920. Thanks to the 8.7-megapixel camera with optical image stabilisation and a Carl Zeiss lens, it's easily a match for a dedicated digital camera. And it's no slouch at video either, with four-times digital zoom and 30 fps HD recording to add a dose of movie magic to those magical moments.
And believe us when we say that they'll look terrific when you watch them back on the Lumia 920's screen. At 4.5-inches and a 1280 by 768 resolution, it's also perfect for enjoying the latest blockbusters while you're on the go. Because it packs Nokia's exclusive ClearBlack screen technology it's also great in bright sunlight, adjusting automatically to glare to ensure your pleasure isn't interrupted.
The Lumia 920 is also among the first smartphones to run the new Windows Phone 8 operating system. That means you still get everything that was great about earlier Windows phones - tons of apps to choose and beautiful bright menus - but can also enjoy some excellent improvements.
Among these is the option to resize widgets on the gorgeous tile-based screens, giving you unprecedented scope to customise the Lumia 920's home screen layout. And put all your favourite apps and services just where you want them. And to sweeten the deal further, there are a host of new colours to play with too, as well as hues to match the amazingly bright, radical colours the Lumia 920 comes in.
As well as the amazing Nokia Maps mapping solution to help you get around, the 920 adds the brilliant new Nokia City Lens. This fantastic augmented reality app lets you hold up your phone to find out about locations of interest, with information overlaid on your screen for you to read.
Other features of the Lumia 920 include wireless charging, a 1.5GHz dual-core Snapdragon S4 processor, 32GB of on board storage, 7GB of cloud storage and access to the Nokia Music service that lets you stream tens of thousands of tracks for free.
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