1. pilkers's Avatar
    Well, they didn't release their review of the 920 quite yet, but the 8x review is in and their thoughts on which phone is the better choice can be found in the conclusions:

    HTC Windows Phone 8X review: Signed and sealed - GSMArena.com

    It may look like Microsoft is married to Nokia and having an affair with HTC. The HTC Windows Phone 8X is the one that's a few years and a few pounds younger, so nothing quite out of the ordinary. But at the end of the day, being able to challenge the Lumia 920 is currently HTC's biggest hope of being relevant again, in smartphone terms.

    By the looks of it, the HTC Windows Phone 8X fails to achieve what it sets out to. A more compact and a more affordable package without compromising the overall experience is what we were hoping for, but in the end we got a phone of similar size to the Ativ S and Lumia 920 with a much smaller screen.

    Some will say that the voice-guided navigation of the Nokia Lumia 920 and its PureMotion HD+ screen alone are enough to justify the difference in price tags, Lumia's vastly superior low-light camera performance a nice thing to have on the side. And unless the weight of the Lumia 920 is a major turn-off (the Finn weighs more than a Galaxy Note II), we're willing to agree
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    11-06-2012 08:08 PM
  2. tipu2185's Avatar
    Well, they didn't release their review of the 920 quite yet, but the 8x review is in and their thoughts on which phone is the better choice can be found in the conclusions:

    HTC Windows Phone 8X review: Signed and sealed - GSMArena.com
    This part made me chuckle

    "This part of GSMArena's final verdict on HTC 8X, almost made me laugh.

    "It may look like Microsoft is married to Nokia and having an affair with HTC. The HTC Windows Phone 8X is the one that's a few years and a few pounds younger, so nothing quite out of the ordinary. "
    11-07-2012 04:39 AM
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