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Old 12-04-2012, 09:55 AM   #1
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Nokia Lumia 920

Sprint is a little (a lot) behind the times, but if you kids want a real phone, I strongly suggest you check out the Nokia Lumia 920.

I recently picked one up and had the opportunity to test drive it with the S3 and iPhone 5 at the same time.

To me, my opinion is, there really is no comparison.
The S3 and iPhone seemed like expensive toys when compared to the Lumia 920.

Feature for feature, performance and feel, the Nokia Lumia 920 is simply a great phone.

I know a lot of you may have heard a lot of talk about the picture and video quality, and I hate to bore you with it, but it truly is phenomenal.
Unfortunately, we had a major four alarm fire here in our apartment complex last night and the news crews arrived too late to get the actual fire on video. They got their laptop out and connected to my phone, downloaded 1.6GB of pure 1080P 30FPS video and have been running it on TV ever since. When they switch back and forth from their professional Sony cameras to my video, you’d think they were all shot on the same camera.
Amazing quality with zero dropped frames with multiple minutes in each recording.
Yes, the iPhone supposedly shoots 1080P at 30FPS, the reality was from my testing in the store that it dropped 4 to 5 frames per second on just short clips because the drive couldn’t record that fast.

Sync with Hotmail for email, calendar, and contacts was seamless and fast.

Speeds through my wireless network are superfast and when I go to 4G, great as well.

All the apps you need already exist with more coming everyday.

The live tiles and customization is great, easy and smooth.

The glass is virtually indestructible. There is a video in youtube of some guy actually driving a nail into a 2x4 with the face of the phone.

Bilbo says, “Check it out”
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