| | 11-25-2012, 11:18 AM #1
It's really frustrating to see all these complaints about such a beautiful device. I think it's fair to say there are some things that need to be developed with the OS, but most of them I consider niche (aside from a few of the major apps).
I want to cover what's awesome about my new Cyan Lumia 920:
* The curved glass is stunning - everything looks so great on the screen, it's really beautiful
* The device feels premium albeit a little weighty, but it's solid and well built
* The battery lasts REALLY well - sure ... I know some of the tricks, but it's been surprising ... let's me know what's possible with a few tweaks
* Indoor picture quality is AMAZING, I don't care what anyone says, the iPhone isn't even in the same galaxy (no pun intended) for indoor photos. I couldn't get a usable photo out of my iPhone 5 last night and the 920 just kept taking amazing photos, you could tell that the device just let in a LOT more light
* Nokia Music - this actually impressed my girlfriend who thought it would be just crap because it was free and from the manufacturer. I am actually starting to wonder how much it costs Nokia because the music they have can't be free, and the offline mode is just outstanding
* Nokia Cinemagraph - I want them to improve this, but I love the concept - just need some way of making them shareable
* Nokia Smartshot - Awesome, just awesome
* People Hub - Love it ... enough said
I really don't understand all the complaints here, and I am getting kind of sick of reading about specs of dust or alleged creaks. Maybe because I don't have any of those issues (I do have the yellow capacitive button 'issue', but I don't really care, in fact, my gf thought it was meant to be that way and thinks it looks better than white.
I love Windows Phone and I love the 920. I wanted to start a positive thread, all this negativity is making me want to leave this forum and come back in 3 months. Most of what I have written also applies to the 8X, I think it's a cracking phone too, but being on AT&T the 920 is a no-brainer.
What do you love about your Lumia 920?