ESPOO, Finland – The Nokia Lumia 920 and Lumia 820 come with a super-sensitive touchscreen and wireless-charging features, explained in this article, together with a test involving the 920 and its competitors.
Both of Nokia’s new Windows Phones will be the first to feature super-sensitive touchscreens. This technology allows users to work on them using nails or even gloves. Its adaptive nature helps the phone screen to adjust sensitivity according to use of nail, stylus or gloves to give the best touchscreen experience.
Furthermore, Nokia has implemented wireless-charging in its new devices. The two phones can be placed on the Nokia Wireless Charging Plate, Nokia Wireless Charging Pillow by Fatboy, Nokia Wireless Charging Stand or JBL PowerUp Wireless Charging Speakers for Nokia. Now users no longer have to be worried about the device being “spot on” and just place it over whatever charger they choose to power up the smartphones.
The Lumia 920 was able to capture images with little noise, excellent quality and color balance even under dark conditions. Only the 808 PureView and iPhone 5 were barely able to keep up with the competition. The other two phones, HTC One X and Galaxy S III, did not fare well and their results were almost unusable.