Tuesday, 7 May 2013

Unpack: Lumia 920 (Black)

Here are a few pictures of me unpacking the black Lumia 920.
All the pics are taken by the Nokia 808 ;)

For technical details about the Lumia 920, I recommend to take a look at gsmarena.com.

What makes it stand out of the crowd, are these facts (at least in my opinion):
  • Display: 4.5 inches, PureMotion+, ClearBlack, 768 x 1280 pixel (332ppi), Corning Gorilla Glass (2)
  • PureView Camera: 8 MP (3264 x 2448 pixels), Carl Zeiss, Optical Image Stabilisation (OIS)
  • Qi wireless charging: read more in my previous review about the DT-900/DT-901


Here is the content of the Lumia 920 box.

Lumia 920

Some close-up pictures of the phone itself.



The additional content of the package.

compact charger (AC-16) & micro USB cable (CA-190CD)

stereo headset (WH-208)

Ready for action

Now my new Lumia 920 is charging up. After I got the chance to test it for a while, I may write a few words about it in form of a review.

Lumia 920 & Fatboy DT-901


  1. waiting ur review and comparison with nokia 808

  2. wow looks good! is this yours?

    1. not sure yet...
      i got it by renewing my sisters mobile subscription.

      i'll see her next friday and let her pick between the lumia 820 and lumia 920.
      so i get to keep one of those phones :)

      i kinda prefer the lumia 820 and thats why i will recommend it to my sister.
      i think she should get the "better" phone, because it will be her primary device (for me the lumia will be a secondary phone, next to my 808).

  3. Hey what's the RM of your phone? I'm wondering if it is 820 or 821?

    1. I have the global variant "RM-821".
      Why do you ask? As far as I know the only difference is the LTE band...

  4. have you updated to Amber yet? Does your variant automatically contain the 'access point' app? I didn't have it prior to flashing but have it now and am wondering if it is standard now with Amber.

  5. Yes, my Lumia 920 is running Amber.
    I have the Swiss Country Variant and therefore the access point option was always there...

    I think it should have been there in all firmwares.
    Is it possible that you missed it, because the Amber firmware (and some updates form Store/Nokia) changed the menu arrangement a little bit?