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Lumia 920’s first real review and shootout with iPhone 5 and HTC 8X.Verdict,”The Nokia Lumia 920 is the ultimate Windows Phone”.

Laptopmag has reviewed the Lumia 920 and also has done a shootout with iPhone 5 and wannabe Flagship HTC 8X ;). If you go through the whole review, you will really like the way in which they have conducted everything. They have used scientific measurements and methods wherever required. Ok, now coming to what

iPhone 5 launch has made Lumia 920 so much more desirable. A peep into innovations you will miss on any other device.

iPhone 5 was launched yesterday with all the media fanfare and hype. It was expected that after a minor and much criticised upgrade of iPhone4 to 4S, Apple this time will blow up everyone with many innovative features that new iPhone 5 will bring. A part of tech-media was especially hoping too much

PureView on Lumia 920 explained. Low-light Lumia 920 vs iPhone 4S comparison.

Nokia has emphasized following two aspects of imaging in what they call  as "PureView Phase 2" on Lumia 920. Benchmark low light performance Steady video in all lighting conditions Now have a look at following picture posted by Anandtech in Lumia 920's hands-on from yesterday's event. Anandtech explains about the above image. Nokia had a scene

808 PureView shootout with Olympus PEN E-PL2, Canon EOS 550D and Canon 5D Mark III. Normal and Low-light performance examined by GSMArena.

So after the blind test was aced by 808 PureView even beating a "Micro Four Thirds " Olympus E-PL2 large-sensor interchangeable lens camera , GSMArena folks decided to go full blast and test 808 PureView rigorously against Canon EOS 5D Mark III, Canon EOS 550D and the Olympus E-PL2 in full resolution and low-light conditions. And guess

CNET pits 808 PureView against advanced compact Panasonic Lumix DMC-LX5. Concludes 808 can replace compacts:)

  This one was certainly coming. After seeing 808 PureView trouncing each and every reputed smartphone cam in their shootout, CNET decided to do a shootout between 808 PureView and advanced compact camera  Panasonic Lumix DMC-LX5. And guess what, 808 PureView trumps the compact in low light performance retaining better details and