Top design secrets of the Nokia Lumia 920


The Nokia Lumia 920 has to be one of the most talked about smartphones of all time. From its flagship status to the cutting-edge innovations inside, it’s been designed to meet the needs of the modern mobile user. Here we look at the top design secrets of the Nokia Lumia 920.

The Nokia Lumia 920 is a 4.5-inch smartphone that offers more innovation and features than you’ll find in any other smartphone right now. Whether it’s the PureMotion HD+ display with super-sensitive handling, wireless charging, or just the beautiful unibody design, the Nokia Lumia 920 is an amazing step forward.

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The guys over at Nokia Conversations have pulled together an interesting list that reveals some of the secrets of the design of the Nokia Lumia 920 and certainly gives you plenty of food for thought.

We’ve pulled together the most salient design points here but it’s worth heading over to Conversations for the full facts behind the 10 things you didn’t know about the Nokia Lumia 920:

1: Zirconium is a super-touch substance that is scratch resistant and has been used on the side function buttons on the Nokia Lumia 920.

2: Did you know that the entire optical assembly of the Nokia Lumia 920 camera floats? This means you’ll find less camera shake and is even more impressive than the same solution on a typical DSLR.

3: Talking of the camera, it comes with a ‘next generation high-power Dual-LED Flash’, making it better for those super-low light situations.

4: The Nokia DT-910 wireless charging stand comes with NFC built-in so you can use the Nokia Lumia 920 phone functions while it’s charging – now that is a nice design flourish!

5: One of our favourite design features is the use of the sound Equalizer and its choice of presets. Let’s not forget Dolby Headphone for the best audio experience possible on any smartphone, and it’s exclusive to Nokia Lumia in the mobile phone space.

If that’s enough to whet your appetite then head over to Conversations for the rest of the list

Via: Conversations

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