1. anon(5352752)'s Avatar
    Nokia Lumia 920 review | The Verge

    Why does everyone say the application selection is negative on Windows Phone. It's about the quality of the apps, not the quantity!.

    Assuming the LTE connectivity is in ref to EE..Of course it will be patchy..The network has only been up a week!.
    11-02-2012 07:10 AM
  2. freestaterocker's Avatar
    Pretty sure the reviewer was in Seattle... ATT has known coverage issues there.
    11-02-2012 07:16 AM
  3. anon(5352752)'s Avatar
    Having read the review and watched it, I don't personally see a problem bar the negative of the apps.

    Without wireless charging and springs for sensor, I would have expected the phone to have similar weight to most on the market. Some people (myself included), prefer to have a heavier phone. Substance there :)

    I really would like to test out this camera and battery!!
    11-02-2012 07:24 AM
  4. inteller's Avatar
    upside is at least that turd topolosoky didn't review it.
    11-02-2012 08:00 AM
  5. BellaRed's Avatar
    I'm just back from a walk round town. Popped into phones 4 u and checked out their wp8 display models. Lumia 920, 820 and HTC 8X.

    All of them felt very nice in the hand but the one that surprised me the most was the 920. It certainly didn't feel like a brick, I was surprised at its lightness actually but perhaps the display model is lighter.

    Both Lumia's have lovely wide screens the 8x one seemed very skinny in comparison. It is also a very nice phone though.

    Really pleased with my decision to get the 820 now that I've seen it but I was impressed with that 920.
    11-02-2012 08:10 AM
  6. maverick786us's Avatar
    I'm just back from a walk round town. Popped into phones 4 u and checked out their wp8 display models. Lumia 920, 820 and HTC 8X.

    All of them felt very nice in the hand but the one that surprised me the most was the 920. It certainly didn't feel like a brick, I was surprised at its lightness actually but perhaps the display model is lighter.

    Both Lumia's have lovely wide screens the 8x one seemed very skinny in comparison. It is also a very nice phone though.

    Really pleased with my decision to get the 820 now that I've seen it but I was impressed with that 920.
    If you are used to Lumia 900, you will hardly feel any extra weight with Lumia 920
    11-02-2012 08:20 AM
  7. BellaRed's Avatar
    I'm going to be new to windows phones. I was a wee bit tempted to walk away with either a Lumia 900 or 800 for practice lol

    I'm used to BlackBerry's (9000 and 9900) and they aren't the thinnest or lightest phones.
    11-02-2012 08:28 AM
  8. anon(5352752)'s Avatar
    upside is at least that turd topolosoky didn't review it.
    Haha!
    That guy has a fix to Apple and Android for tablet and phone.

    I'm just back from a walk round town. Popped into phones 4 u and checked out their wp8 display models. Lumia 920, 820 and HTC 8X.

    All of them felt very nice in the hand but the one that surprised me the most was the 920. It certainly didn't feel like a brick, I was surprised at its lightness actually but perhaps the display model is lighter.

    Both Lumia's have lovely wide screens the 8x one seemed very skinny in comparison. It is also a very nice phone though.

    Really pleased with my decision to get the 820 now that I've seen it but I was impressed with that 920.
    The display model does feel lighter (I went yesterday to have another look xD). The 820 feels really good in the hand, as does the 8X although usually a little tall.

    I want to see this 8S personally :)
    11-02-2012 08:44 AM
  9. BellaRed's Avatar
    Haven't seen the 8s anywhere. The Ativ S wasn't in store either.

    Just noticed you're a Barnsley lad.... I lived there for 8 years some time ago! Loved the way they say thee, thy and hey up lol
    11-02-2012 08:59 AM
  10. anon(5352752)'s Avatar
    From what I can make out, both the 8S and Ativ S come out around the middle of November.

    I've got a very broad Yorkshire accent not so much the "tarn" language although born n bred :P
    11-02-2012 09:06 AM
  11. Stadifer's Avatar
    It's all a matter of perspective... Some reviews complained that the iPhone 5 was too light.

    Personally, I want something with a little bulk to it so I don't drop the damn thing. That and the poly-carbonate isn't going shatter into a million pieces if I drop it. Maybe a couple scuffs but nothing more.
    11-02-2012 09:17 AM
  12. paulm187's Avatar
    I'm just back from a walk round town. Popped into phones 4 u and checked out their wp8 display models. Lumia 920, 820 and HTC 8X.

    All of them felt very nice in the hand but the one that surprised me the most was the 920. It certainly didn't feel like a brick, I was surprised at its lightness actually but perhaps the display model is lighter.

    Both Lumia's have lovely wide screens the 8x one seemed very skinny in comparison. It is also a very nice phone though.

    Really pleased with my decision to get the 820 now that I've seen it but I was impressed with that 920.
    This was exactly me experiance today, I too checked out the display models at my local EE shop. The Lumia 920 felt really good, when I asked the rep if the clones weighed the same as the real thing, he said yes although the clone would be slightly heavier due to the security lock on its back. I'm happy with the size & weight.

    but I was more surprised with the Lumia 820. It looked really good and felt nice to hold, not too big and bulky. This will be a great phone too.
    11-02-2012 09:18 AM

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