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The Nokia Lumia 920 is the best Windows Phone handset yet. There, we said it.
Yes, it's heftier than the HTC Windows Phone 8X, but Nokia has trumped HTC by including its own app suite. The company has done its best to work around the lack of apps available in the Windows Store, giving the handset several of its own apps that bring a unique selling point to the Lumia 920.
Nokia has also crafted yet another gorgous looking handset. Yes, it's heavy, but if you can look past that this is a handset that will turn heads. The camera is one of the best we've ever used on a smartphone, with its low light imaging capabilities outdoing those found on any other handset available on the market.
Of course, some users might find it daunting to switch to Microsoft's Windows Phone ecosystem, but if there is one handset that's worth trying it out on, it's got to be the Nokia Lumia 920. µ
Well-built handset, Nokia apps are great, fantastic camera, vibrant screen, wireless charging is easy.
Some might find it too heavy.
Windows Phone 8 still suffers from a lack of applications.
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