1. andrelamont's Avatar
    Nokia Lumia 920 Specifications - Nokia

    still surprised that the flagship has no microSD
    09-05-2012 11:21 AM
  2. sinime's Avatar
    Was hoping for a 20 MP camera, but I suppose 8MP will be OK considering it allegedly picks up on 5-10 times the light of other smart phone cameras… light is, after all, the most important with pictures. - As long as it takes amazing pictures, I'll be happy.
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    09-05-2012 11:36 AM
  3. AngryNil's Avatar
    Looks really, really good. I'm thoroughly impressed.
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    09-05-2012 11:44 AM
  4. Mitlov's Avatar
    Was hoping for a 20 MP camera, but I suppose 8MP will be OK considering it allegedly picks up on 5-10 times the light of other smart phone cameras light is, after all, the most important with pictures. - As long as it takes amazing pictures, I'll be happy.
    They CLAIM 5-10 times the light of other cameras, but don't specify which they're comparing it to. The amount of light that comes in is determined by the maximum aperture, and the 920's aperture of f/2.0 is identical to the HTC One X. I'm highly skeptical until they explain that five-to-ten-times claim. I'm not sure they're comparing the 920 to other flagship phones.
    09-05-2012 11:45 AM
  5. squire777's Avatar
    Looks like both phones won't support T-Mobile's frequency though from the current spec sheet.
    09-05-2012 11:51 AM
  6. jhoff80's Avatar
    Nokia Lumia 920 Specifications - Nokia

    still surprised that the flagship has no microSD
    That's the one thing that really disappoints me about this. I'll still be buying it, but I can't believe they didn't include it.

    (I mean, I WOULD have loved a portrait QWERTY slider, but I didn't actually expect that. :D)

    Also, I love that I was right with my hope for the 768p display on this. Like I've mentioned, that means that WP7 apps that never get updated should display flawlessly (upscaled of course).
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    09-05-2012 11:52 AM
  7. andrelamont's Avatar
    the camera image stability is nice, so I have to decide if microSD (samsung ativ s) support is better than photography.

    I shouldn't have to make the choice but I must...or possibly wait.

    2000mh battery 'aint' bad either

    Engadget did a comparison w/900 and I am confused about the upgraded HW for GPS
    Nokia Lumia 920 vs. Lumia 900: what's changed? -- Engadget

    Can anyone explain to me what Glonass, WLAN Network Positioning is? and how does it impact an end user?
    09-05-2012 12:02 PM
  8. snowmutt's Avatar
    That's the one thing that really disappoints me about this. I'll still be buying it, but I can't believe they didn't include it.

    (I mean, I WOULD have loved a portrait QWERTY slider, but I didn't actually expect that. :D)
    Yeah, with you on both points. My favorite form factor, and what OS is better suited for a portrait slider than our favorite OS?

    I do find the lack of expandable memory strange, but 32 GB of memory will be fine for all but the most hardcore of media users.
    09-05-2012 12:03 PM
  9. saintforlife's Avatar
    What is the ppi of the Lumia 920 screen with the 768 screen?
    09-05-2012 12:04 PM
  10. alpinestars1z's Avatar
    They CLAIM 5-10 times the light of other cameras, but don't specify which they're comparing it to. The amount of light that comes in is determined by the maximum aperture, and the 920's aperture of f/2.0 is identical to the HTC One X. I'm highly skeptical until they explain that five-to-ten-times claim. I'm not sure they're comparing the 920 to other flagship phones.
    Actually it's also determined by shutter speed, and with the optical stabilization, the shutter's supposed to be able to be open longer without causing blur.
    09-05-2012 12:04 PM
  11. andrelamont's Avatar
    What is the ppi of the Lumia 920 screen with the 768 screen?
    according to the verge 332
    Nokia Lumia 920: how the new flagship compares with the competition | The Verge
    09-05-2012 12:05 PM
  12. alpinestars1z's Avatar
    What is the ppi of the Lumia 920 screen with the 768 screen?
    I've seen sites say anything from 326-332ppi.
    09-05-2012 12:07 PM
  13. Mio_Ray's Avatar
    Actually it's also determined by shutter speed, and with the optical stabilization, the shutter's supposed to be able to be open longer without causing blur.
    And sensor sensitivity without creating noise.

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    09-05-2012 12:14 PM
  14. AngryNil's Avatar
    Looks like both phones won't support T-Mobile's frequency though from the current spec sheet.
    That's the spec sheet from the global site, the US variants will be different so don't give up hope just yet.
    09-05-2012 12:22 PM
  15. saintforlife's Avatar
    Anybody else think 10.7mm is a little too thick? The Ativ is 8.7mm, the iPhone 5 will probably come in at 7.8mm.

    INB4 - TWSS
    09-05-2012 12:37 PM
  16. jhoff80's Avatar
    Thickness doesn't really bother me personally, but I know it's a selling point for some, so I guess maybe it's an issue. Part of it probably has to do with an LCD display instead of AMOLED, but that doesn't stop the One X from getting down to under 9mm.

    I don't know, I'm not really concerned though.
    09-05-2012 12:42 PM
  17. Mitlov's Avatar
    Actually it's also determined by shutter speed, and with the optical stabilization, the shutter's supposed to be able to be open longer without causing blur.
    Optical stabilization would only reduce blur from your hand moving, not blur from the subject matter of the photo moving. I have kids. They move a lot when I'm trying to take their picture ;)
    09-05-2012 12:47 PM
  18. Mio_Ray's Avatar
    Maybe some of that Pureview technology includes an action shot option that actually shoots a few frames at high shutter speed and combines them for more light absorbance. Works fine on my Sony W1 cam

    Sent from my Lumia 800 using Board Express
    09-05-2012 12:55 PM
  19. tk-093's Avatar

    Can anyone explain to me what Glonass, WLAN Network Positioning is? and how does it impact an end user?

    Glonass is the Russian version of the GPS system and WLAN Network Positioning is a method for getting your location while indoors when you can get a satellite feed.
    09-05-2012 12:56 PM
  20. thed's Avatar
    So, no Verizon then? Or would that be a separate model that they'd announce later? :unsure:
    09-05-2012 01:43 PM
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