Nokia Lumia 920 Mobile Phone
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  • The best thing about this phone for me is that it's a Nokia and virtually indestructible
  • Although I prefer metal phones, this plastic seems to be very durable and able to withstand a beating
  • I wouldn't recommend running around without a protective case, but it's good to know that this phone can take a bit of a beating regardless of protective add-ons
  • I love the large screen size which allows for easier texting and general touching of the screen
  • I'm a little shocked by the price considering it's barely any different than the Lumia 900 (It costs $450 without a contract and $99 with) but I think the price tag comes with the phone being new


    • by Melanie Noell

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      I am a big fan of Windows phones (over both iPhone and Droid) so I was really excited to hear that Nokia had worked out the kinks of the Nokia Lumia 900. For anyone who liked the good parts of the 900, you will fall in love with the 920.

      The best thing about this phone for me is that it’s a Nokia and virtually indestructible. I plan on getting the accessories to keep it even safer than it currently is, but my phones need to be able to take a beating. I’ve dropped it twice, once on it’s side and once on the front glass part, and I haven’t had any issues, aesthetically or internally. The phone seems


      to be made of some sort of very tough plastic, unlike my old Nokia e71x which was metal. Although I prefer metal phones, this plastic seems to be very durable and able to withstand a beating. The improved “gorilla glass” that makes up the screen also seems much more durable than the glass used for other phones’ screens. I wouldn’t recommend running around without a protective case, but it’s good to know that this phone can take a bit of a beating regardless of protective add-ons.

      The next best thing about this phone is that it’s easy to use. I’m fairly ignorant when it comes to technology, but so far, I’ve been able to figure out most of the

      features on the phone. I love the large screen size which allows for easier texting and general touching of the screen. While I’m not a huge fan of live tiles, I like how easy it is to move tiles around and change their size to suit your needs - I personally like having access to both my Facebook and others on my front screen, which was super easy to do. The phone also allows Windows updates (unlike the 900) which is great because they offer so many apps for downloading. Everything is really user-friendly, and the phone is bursting with options. I think the basic functions are incredibly intuitive, and of course there is a manual for anything ...

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      that wouldn’t be considered daily use.

      Because the phone is a bit larger than its predecessor, the 900, you can’t interchange accessories, which I think they did on purpose. While it’s annoying, I think this phone looks more aesthetically appealing than the 900 despite retaining the slightly pointed edges. The phone looks beautiful, though, and once again, I prefer the design and styling, with its big bold tiles and rectangular screen, over just about any other phone. It also features a Carl Zeiss lens and an 8.1 megapixel camera with tons of features. The photo quality is good for a phone, and I love that they again incorporated a fantastic lens into a cell phone. The phone is offered

      in yellow, red, white and black, but I’m not a big fan of either of the colorful phones. The white and black are extremely sleek, though, and I think the 920 is one of the most attractive phones on the market.

      Overall, I really love the 920. I’m a little shocked by the price considering it’s barely any different than the Lumia 900 (It costs $450 without a contract and $99 with) but I think the price tag comes with the phone being new. We renewed our contract, and I am very satisfied with having a brand new phone that was under $100. This is a great phone, with lots of great features, and I would recommend it to anyone.




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