Wednesday, 5 September 2012


Nokia today unveiled its latest flagship phone, the Lumia 920, its first to run on Microsoft's Windows Phone 8 operating system.CEO Stephen Elop showed off a  Lumia 920, larger than its predecessor, the Lumia 900.
The camera's advanced features were spelled out to an audience of journalists in New York by Jo Harlow, Nokia Executive Vice President. Among the major features of the new phone are a 4.5-inch screen, wireless charging, Nokia Maps (with offline support) -- including an augmented reality feature Nokia calls "City Lens"  a powerful "PureView" camera, and even NFC support.
The 4.5-inch screen is a WXGA model that offers better-than-720p HD resolution. Nokia claims it's the "brightest" and "fastest" smartphone screen on the market.
Nokia demoed NFC as a solution for easy music playback with NFC-compatible speakers: just tap the phone to the speakers, and wireless music playback is enabled without the need to key in a passcode.

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