Nokia Lumia 920 Unlocked GSM Phone – Black

October 12, 2013 - Comment

Enjoy streaming multimedia, making calls, and much more with the Nokia Lumia 920 Smartphone. Sporting a 4.5-inch PureMotion HD+ capacitive multi-touch screen with a resolution of 1280×768 pixels, this Nokia Lumia Smartphone delivers outstanding visual output and simplifies operation. Moreover, the 1.5 GHz dual-core Snapdragon S4 processor incorporated in this smartphone facilitates high-speed data processing.

Enjoy streaming multimedia, making calls, and much more with the Nokia Lumia 920 Smartphone. Sporting a 4.5-inch PureMotion HD+ capacitive multi-touch screen with a resolution of 1280×768 pixels, this Nokia Lumia Smartphone delivers outstanding visual output and simplifies operation. Moreover, the 1.5 GHz dual-core Snapdragon S4 processor incorporated in this smartphone facilitates high-speed data processing. Comprising personal information management tools such as the calendar, clock, and so on, this Smartphone helps you organize your tasks. Supporting WLAN IEEE 802.11 a/b/g/n Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 3.0 connectivity, this smartphone facilitates wireless communication. You can capture the memorable moments of your life, as it is equipped with an 8.7 MP camera. What’s more, you can find your way around unknown regions as this Nokia Lumia phone provides offline maps and turn-by-turn voice guided navigation.

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Comments

rpv says:

Best Windows Phone as of early 2013 Windows 8 apps are a welcome change from iOS. Among the three ecosystems, I prefer Android, Windows 8, and iOS in that order. Blackberry, what ?! For ease of use, Windows phone is really easy to use. For someone interested in a first smartphone, Lumia 920 is an excellent choice. I got access to few Windows 8 phones to review. I will try to review them, but since I have not used for a period longer than a month I am not reviewing for reliability. User interface in Windows 8 is very pleasing and…

danabeyin says:

Not so bad phone, a little shady seller. The box it came with was obviously old and it is NOT an unlocked phone. It came with AT&T branding with Internet Tethering LOCKED! I use H20, which uses AT&T so didn’t have a problem with the GSM.It randomly froze more than 3 times and sometimes gets unresponsive and windows 8 has a long way to mature like iOS, and in some ways even Android.EDIT : TRYING TO FACTORY RESET THE PHONE AND IT GOT STUCK ON THE MECHANICAL GEARS SCREEN FOR MORE THAN HALF AN HOUR AND THEN GOT…

David says:

Though Unlocked, Certain Features Could Not Be Enabled This phone came from Canada. Though the phone was unlocked as advertised, a key feature called “internet sharing” or sometime “connection sharing” or “tethering” would NOT work in the USA. Tedious and hard to find internet research undertaken subsequent to purchase confirms that this feature will NOT work unless a phone is first sold and provisioned in the USA. Apparently security code requirements in the installed Windows8 software cannot be installed on phones…

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