Calming down all the anticipation surrounding Windows Phone 8 smartphones, the Nokia Lumia 920 release date has been chalked out for Q4. This fresh handset doesn’t just boast of a new mobile platform but incorporates some of the latest enhancements in Nokia PureView imaging as well.
Owing to the integrated floating lens technology, the snapper perched on the phone’s exterior can absorb 5 folds more light even without flash. This should make it ideal for both indoor and outdoor shooting, while minor glitches related to hand movements are cleared off by the device.
“Nokia PureView continues to deliver cutting-edge technology to make it possible for a smartphone camera to take the kind of images usually only seen on a standalone SLR camera. With the Nokia Lumia 920 we have made it possible to shoot pictures and video at home, outdoors, in a restaurant or even at night, and come out with professional-looking results,” remarked Jo Harlow, executive vice president of Nokia Smart Devices.
Coming to the handset’s hardware specifications, it sports a 4.5-inch Nokia PureMotion HD + WXGA IPS LCD Super Sensitive touch screen. A 1.5GHz dual core Snapdragon S4 chipset clocked at 1.5GHz rests within the exterior for powering up the mobile function.
A rear 8.7MP camera with Carl Zeiss optics and full 1080p video recording capability stays in place along with a 1.2MP front sensor for video calls. The primary imager also employs PureView advanced optical technology for image stabilization. Leaning on 1GB RAM, the Nokia Lumia 920 provides 32GB hoarding space with 7GB SkyDrive storage. The built-in 2000mAh battery employs Qi wireless charging to juice it up at random times. The newest Lumia cookie arrives drenched in hues of black, red, grey, white and yellow in versions of LTE and HSPA+.
The Nokia Lumia 920 price and release date information is under wraps at present. It is expected to hit availability status later this year.