1. winstonrodcas's Avatar
    I have a Nokia Lumia 900, i want to update, im considering both Lumia 920 and 928. What would you say?
    Sorry for my english!
    02-19-2014 11:36 AM
  2. Sajidahmed0918's Avatar
    Everything is same except these:
    920
    1. ISP LCD Display
    2. Heavier than 928
    3. Better battery life because it has an ISP LCD

    928
    1. AMOLED Display
    2. Lighter than 920
    3. Less battery life becaaause it has an AMOLED display. ( Use the black theme for this )

    I'd go with the 928 cause it's newer and sorry for my english too.

    Oh, because of AMOLED display the graphics looks better! ( Edited )
    02-19-2014 11:53 AM
  3. Chris_Kez's Avatar
    I would say wait a little while if you can. The Lumia Icon (replacement for 928) will be out soon, and a 920 replacement should be coming in the spring (with WP8.1). If you can't afford the new replacements, you can at least be sure that the costs of the 928 and the 920 will drop further. Personally I'd go for the 920 or the 920 replacement. These are GSM phones that can work with more carriers. If you're locked into Verizon, or Verizon service is overwhelmingly better in your area, then go with the 928 or the Lumia Icon.
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    02-19-2014 11:55 AM
  4. hopmedic's Avatar
    The first order of business is to decide which carrier you want. Always, always, always, choose your carrier first. If two carriers are both acceptable in your area of usage, THEN you compare phones and decide based on phone. Since the 920 will not work on Verizon at all, if Verizon is your best carrier choice, the choice is clear - the 928. Since (IIRC) the LTE won't work on the 928 if on ATT (or others), then perhaps you do or don't want the 928 on those carriers, depending on your needs.

    If carrier doesn't matter to you, and Verizon offers as good a service as ATT, and you're ok with Verizon, all other things being equal, the 928 is a better phone, based on the better (in my opinion, anyway) AMOLED screen, the xenon flash, and being a bit lighter.
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    02-19-2014 12:01 PM
  5. winstonrodcas's Avatar
    Thanks guys, anyone else?
    02-19-2014 01:25 PM
  6. Moiz Mian's Avatar
    Thanks guys, anyone else?
    If waiting is not an option, I would personally say 920. If you read through the 928 thread, there are too many reports of malfunctioning phones. Seems like Verizon went cheap on the build quality. The 920 is the most heavily produced of the phones so it's been through the most rigorous testing. Also I prefer the LCD of the 920 over the 928. OLED screens also vary in quality and most have little black spots/stains that never go away.
    02-19-2014 01:39 PM
  7. hopmedic's Avatar
    If waiting is not an option, I would personally say 920. If you read through the 928 thread, there are too many reports of malfunctioning phones. Seems like Verizon went cheap on the build quality. The 920 is the most heavily produced of the phones so it's been through the most rigorous testing. Also I prefer the LCD of the 920 over the 928. OLED screens also vary in quality and most have little black spots/stains that never go away.
    928 is no worse than any other phone when it comes to bugs. When you look at a site like this one, no matter the phone, you're always going to find a list of bugs. No manufacturing process is perfect.
    http://forums.windowscentral.com/nok...periences.html
    http://forums.windowscentral.com/nokia-lumia-920/261170-lumia-920-after-black-camera-bugs-other-issues-%5Bbug-report%5D-%5Bpoll%5D.html
    http://forums.windowscentral.com/nok...s-defects.html
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    02-19-2014 02:14 PM
  8. etad putta's Avatar
    I've been running my 920 i bought as a refurb for 6 months + and it has been great for me. Really looking forward to see how it is with 8.1 IF and WHEN it comes.
    02-19-2014 04:49 PM
  9. Jason Drum's Avatar
    OLED screens also vary in quality and most have little black spots/stains that never go away.
    I have never seen a black spot on my 928, nor my sister's or her husband's 928s.
    02-19-2014 05:24 PM
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  11. cordobedp's Avatar
    I bought the 920 to 160 per EBay.'m Hoping that I get from England to Spain
    07-30-2014 05:23 AM

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