Nokia is soon to release the Lumia 920. This device is set to be one of the most important phones from the Finnish manufacturer in recent years, and there is already plenty of anticipation building up to its launch which is set to take place in a matter of days.
The Nokia Lumia 920 will be the manufacturer’s flagship device for the new Windows Phone 8 operating system which is set to be unveiled by Microsoft shortly. Italian and American retailers have already reported selling out of pre-order stock of the device, so it looks set to be a hit for Nokia. There are many impressive features packed into this handset, but one which really stands out is its camera. The Nokia Lumia 920 has an 8 megapixel camera, but this includes the innovative PureView technology. Like the Nokia 808 PureView, this allows the camera to capture pictures in a higher resolution to the camera itself. The 808 PureView has a 5 megapixel camera, it can actually capture photos in a 41 megapixel resolution. This means that we can expect photo quality of the Nokia Lumia 920 to be considerably better than the competition. Check out the latest Nokia Lumia 920 News on our website.
The Nokia Lumia 920 was recently put to the test by French website Test-Mobile, which put the handset against three of arguably the most impressive smartphones on the market; the Apple iPhone 5, Samsung Galaxy S3 and HTC One X. The test was carried out to determine which handset offers the best video quality. The Nokia Lumia 920 is the clear winner, both in terms of actual video quality, but it also offers much superior video stabilisation, which makes a surprising difference when you watch the test videos (which can be viewed here).
Perhaps the most interesting part of this test is how much the video quality of the Nokia Lumia 920 and that of the Apple iPhone 5 differ. This is a handset that Apple claims is the most advanced in the world, and also says this of its camera. However, when pitted against the Nokia Lumia 920, the footage captured on the Nokia handset makes that of the iPhone 5 look like it was capture by a much inferior handset.