Like most smartphones on the market today, the Nokia Lumia 928 is an amazing piece of technology. It is probably one of the best smartphones that I have come across. It has a variety of great specs that keep up with today’s demand on having the latest technology available on a smartphone.
To start with, the phone is run with a Windows 8 operating system. It has live tiles that make multitasking and keeping up with social networking a breeze. The apps available such as, maps and navigation, are fantastic and the full touch screen design is a plus. Believe it or not, the screen is hyper-sensitive and can be accurately used even while wearing gloves. However, it can cause accidental phone calls or web browsing while it sits in your pocket or purse. So it’s best to lock the phone prior to throwing it in your bag or pocket – or before throwing a case on it.
One of the most popular specs on the phone is the camera. It records in full 1080p HD, and the videos look absolutely stunning. It also has a 8.7 megapixel camera, one of the best on a phone. The photo quality is however debatable. The camera uses a Xenon flash, that can sometimes, unfortunately, over saturate the colors in a picture. It was added to the phone as a way to produce a clearer image and reduce blurring. It does, however, take amazing photos with its Pure View camera which captures better visibility photos in low light. This reduces the need to even use the flash in most instances.
The most important, if not the most necessary spec is the phone calls and audio. The call quality is exceptionally pleasant, and clear. The device has a noise cancelling microphone, which in turn delivers great reception and quality. The phone has a 3.5 mm headphone jack as well. While on speakerphone and listening to music, the phone will deliver a notification that warns about the hearing damage that can occur with high listening volumes. The phone itself has higher volume levels than most phones, so it shouldn’t be too necessary to have to turn up the volume to the highest setting. Battery life, is just as important I believe. It holds up well through a day of emailing, occasional web browsing, and camera usage. However, keep in mind that the more apps you use and the longer you use them for, your battery life will drop. It does seem to have the upper hand with battery life compared to some smartphones, however.
Overall, The Nokia Lumia 928 case is much more sleek and stylish than its predecessors. It has many great qualities that makes me wonder if there is anything left for Nokia to improve on. I find it to be the best Windows 8 phone currently on the market. Aside from all it’s great features, the phone itself is still pretty brand new, so if you’re one of those people that has to have the latest phone, maybe you should give this one a try.
The Nokia Lumia 928 doesn’t disappoint.