What a journey. From Lumia 800, to the Lumia 900, and now Lumia 920 — all on a similar principle design.
Nokia and Microsoft both started off light-years apart from each other, then suddenly, in the spirit of trying to make the aging and stagnant Windows Phone platform work, they partner up, and suddenly Windows Phone 8 succeeds Windows Phone 7, and with it, a brand new flagship smartphone design to put both companies on the forefront of the consumer smartphone industry — right up there there with the IPhone 5 and Google’s Nexus, Samsung’s Galaxy, and HTC’s flagship devices.
After all, it’s alright to be #3, right? It might be in Nokia and Microsoft’s eyes, but it’s that sort of mentality that’s literally killing the Lumia 920. Let us explain, after the break.