Nokia Lumia 920, the new high-end device that stands out due to its integration with the latest Microsoft Mobile OS – Windows Phone 8 – and for being the first phone out the Symbian/Nokia Belle ecosystem PureView technology that matters. This equipment has been leaked showing their shames, or rather, their motives of pride: a technique that reflects, among other things, a processor Snapdragon dual-core 1.5 GHz S4, a GB of RAM or the details of your screen of 4.5 inches with resolution of 1280 x 768 pixels.
It has been known through the Polish site windowsmania dot pl as it has had knowledge of the autopsy of the Nokia Lumia 920. It not only shows the technical composition of the device elements, but it also includes a full-featured computer graphics which offers, with layers, groups of parts which together give rise to the computer that is called to compete with the HTC Windows Phone 8 x on the same segment, as well as the iPhone 5 and Samsung Galaxy S3, in more general terms of smart phones.
There are few surprises on the operating table. Retouching may know in advance even the type of screws that has been used in every area of Nokia Lumia 920 Assembly, although as you can see, the idea to assemble and disassemble this equipment through load of patience, which is no easy task to unravel each of the components. However, dedicating time and knowing where one gets, the more curious will satisfy without problems its momentum.
Nokia Lumia 920 is a phone that proposes a 4.5 inch screen with resolution of 1,280 x 768 pixels – which has resulted in the highest density in the market for its category, and the most powerful second behind Sony Xperia S. Install in addition an 8.7 megapixel camera based on PureView technology, a wit of Nokia that has already shown spectacular results in Nokia 808. In addition, this camera system is based on software that improves stability in recording of video, which is recorded with a FullHD maximum quality with a rate of capture of 30 frames per second.
Nokia Lumia 920 has been one of the most powerful connectivity profiles on the market, among which are the classic Wi-Fi, 3 G, Bluetooth and microUSB, in addition to LTE and NFC. It supports both microSD and USB thanks to the On-the-go feature and has a very interesting GPS with native applications Nokia Drive and Nokia maps.
It is set to hit stores in early November and do it for about 650 euros.