Nokia made quite a splash at the launch of its new Lumia handsets, the first from the Finnish giant to feature Microsoft's upcoming Windows Phone 8 platform, set to launch in October.
Of the two, the Lumia 920 (pictured) is the larger and better specified device, with a 4.5in 1280x768 display, dual-core 1.5GHz Snapdragon S4 processor, 1GB of memory and 32GB of storage.
However, the headline feature that most users will seize on is the handset's 8MP rear camera featuring Nokia's Pureview technology, including features such as optical image stabilisation (OIS) to eliminate blurry images and improve pictures shot in low light conditions.
Nokia also makes use of the camera and hi-res display to good effect with its Nokia City Lens Augmented Reality app, which super-imposes the names of coffee shops, restaurants and other destinations on the screen while the user is using it to view through the camera lens.
The handset itself is 10.7mm thick and weighs 185g, making it a little on the large and weighty side as smartphones go.
Unlike earlier Windows Phone devices, the Lumia 920 now has a a microSD slot for adding flash storage, plus support for 4G LTE network connectivity, where available.
The Lumia 920 also supports Near Field Communication (NFC) technology to enable applications such as contactless payments, and supports wireless battery charging via the Qi charging standard.
Nokia even offers a Wireless Charging Pillow manufactured by the Fatboy bean bag company (see below).
A video demo of the Nokia Lumia 920 handset and all its key features can be found on the V3 site, and we expect to have a more detailed review in future.
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