Accessories are limited to a charger, a SIM 'door key' and a pair of headphones.
Pictured: Nokia Lumia 920 back view.
Pictured: Nokia Lumia 920 top view.
Pictured: Nokia Lumia 920 bottom view.
The Nokia Lumia 920 is significantly chunkier than most high-end smartphones: it measures 70.8x130.3x10.7mm and weighs in at 185g. (Indeed, it's thick enough to set upright on a table, as demonstrated above.)
The phone's micro-SIM card slot can only be accessed with the 'door key' accessory. If you regularly swap SIM cards between phones, prepare for some frustration.
The Lumia 920's tiled interface is highly customisable. Home screen icons can be resized and re-coloured to suit the user's taste.
The Lumia 920 lacks many apps popular with Android and iOS users. Hopefully, this situation will begin to change as support for Windows Phone 8 grows.
The Nokia Lumia 920 benefits from a very smooth user interface. We experienced no lag or crashes while multitasking between apps.
The Lumia 920 comes with an 8.7-megapixel Nokia 'PureView' camera boasting a Carl Zeiss Tessar lens and an optical image stabiliser. It's easily one of the most advanced camera phones on the market and is capable of taking some impressive looking shots.
The camera's much-touted 'blur free photo' capabilities aren't just hype, with the inbuilt optical image stabiliser helping to keep ghosting to a minimum in all but the most energetic photos.