Despite the slow user response Nokia and Microsoft are walking side by side, so far at least, to take a foothold in the market.
Just ahead of Nokia’s announced press event in New York City this Wednesday (tomorrow), the rumors have already uncurtained what the Finnish company has stored for us, it is Lumia 920.
The handset which copies the design factor of Lumia family has been reported to feature a 4.5inch HD display, 1.5GHz dual-core processor, 1GB RAM, and NFC support.
Lumia 920 will also encompass 32GB of internal memory with microSD slot, and at top of that the sexy looking smartphone will have PureView camera with tad of disappointment as the megapixels it will support will only be 8, yes.
The handset is also rumored to feature wireless charging facility.
Based on Windows 8, AT&T will be the first US carrier to introduce the latest from Nokia’s factory. I really don’t know when but I hope someday in the future the joint venture between Lumia maker and Windows maker will prove beneficial for the customers and for them as well.