Today I feel like sharing to you guys, one of the hottest and the newest smartphone released by Nokia,
It was Nokia Lumia 920, I may not be gadget techie or I may not have the latest and the trendiest gadgets in town but this phone takes no knowledge to be adored by many.
Lets start at the appearance of this phone, I personally find it cool and hip, it may be a bit biggie but still quite handy and the colors that were available were vibrantly appealing. It was 2.7 inches in width and 5.1 inches in height which makes it more easier to use and as for gamer like me, it was a good thing.
And now the features, well cameras is something we blogger should always have and Nokia Lumia 920 is pretty much handy in such functions. It has a camera that was powered by PureView technology with Carl Zeiss lens that can give you blur free videos and pictures even if camera is shaking or at dim light.
The touch screen features of this phone were also uses an advance setting that would respond quickly and sensitively on your finger tips, even when they are covered up. It was said the world’s brightest, fastest and most sensitive touchscreen ever.
It also has this unique feature called Nokia City Lens that allows you to discover some of the cool places on your city just by looking at your camera. Which I think quite advisable for travelling.
It also enables you to stream music unlimitedly and it comes with Microsoft office, power point, excel, outlook and word documents and it was on window 8 platform.
An lastly the coolest thing about this phone was its wireless charging, through the help of Nokia charging plate there will be no need of plugging it in which was less hustle. It also has this JBL speaker that can be used through Bluetooth and also has a built in wireless charging.
Nokia has proved to everyone its reputation throughout the years and this Nokia Lumia 920, is just another addition to their innovative products.
It was now available at Nokia shops and Abenson appliance centers nationwide so go on and grab yours, it was indeed worth more than it's price