1. geoghotas's Avatar
    Hellow guys iam a wp8 user i have used many handsets in wp7, wp8 but i mostly liked 820 but the few times ago my sd card corrupted and the again i claimed about sd card and and again yesterday my sd card corrupted i think why should not i buy that handset which has builtin memory so please suggest me Lumia 820 or Lumia 920...
    12-28-2013 05:28 AM
  2. Ian Too's Avatar
    Go for the 920, you get so much for the extra: Pureview camera, NFC and wireless charging are just the beginning.
    12-28-2013 06:06 AM
  3. Sebastianx's Avatar
    Hellow guys iam a wp8 user i have used many handsets in wp7, wp8 but i mostly liked 820 but the few times ago my sd card corrupted and the again i claimed about sd card and and again yesterday my sd card corrupted i think why should not i buy that handset which has builtin memory so please suggest me Lumia 820 or Lumia 920...
    Both handsets are the same but 920 has a camera advantage(Pureview), 32GB Internal(No microsd expansion), PureMotion HD Screen, Built in Wireless charging.
    12-28-2013 06:18 AM
  4. fdalbor's Avatar
    The 820 has NFC and can have wireless charging (mine does). I have had a 64GB SD card in my 820 for 6 months and never had any trouble with it. I rotate movies and videos on it all the time and no problems. Are you sure its the phone, or is it the cards. I prefer the 820 over the 920, because it has a SD slot and a removeable battery. While the camera in the 920 is better with the new software the camera in the 820 is just fine. Also the 820 is a good bit smaller than the 920 and alot easier to carry in your pocket. NOthing wrong with the 920, I just prefer the 820. I have a 520 as my backup phone in care something happens to my 820.
    12-28-2013 04:59 PM
  5. xandros9's Avatar
    820:
    Usually lower cost
    AMOLED 4.3" display (individual pixels lit up, making for black = no light, very nice)
    a bit smaller
    swappable back covers (option for wireless charging, not built in)
    Removable battery, but its smaller
    microSD card slot, (usually works great) BUT has only 8 GB built-in, making for little space for big apps/games

    920:
    gorilla glass brand display glass
    IPS display, 4.5", higher resolution
    built-in battery, its larger though
    better camera
    32 GB internal for everything, no expansion
    built in wireless charging
    12-28-2013 06:00 PM
  6. geoghotas's Avatar
    Thanks for all suggestions...
    12-29-2013 12:52 AM
  7. I_am_beat's Avatar
    L920 would be better because of the camera and 32Gb internal storage. Why is that so important? 'Couse internal storage is one the the biggest L820 problems... You have more than 2Gb left and you cannot download games like Asphalt 8 (1,8Gb), NOVA 3 (1Gb). It keeps saying that there is not much space left and you have to free up some of it... So I'd choose L920 because of that and the camera - which is better at low light conditions: )
    12-29-2013 04:11 PM

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