Nokia Lumia 920 and the Nokia Lumia 820, the Windows Phone 8 devices unveiled at Nokia-Microsoft event.
Lumia 920 sports a 4.5 inch Nokia PureMotion HD+ WXGA IPS LCD screen, 1.5GHz Dual Core Snapdragon S4, 1GB RAM, 32GB mass memory with 7GB free SkyDrive storage, a 8.7MP Nokia PureView camera with full 1080p HD video capture at 30fps, a 1.2MP with 720p HD video font facing camera, and 2000mAh with integrated Qi wireless charging.
With Nokia PureView's advanced floating lens technology, "the camera in the Nokia Lumia 920 is able to take in five times more light than competing smartphones without using flash," Nokia stated.
Nokia Lumia 920 also comes with Nokia City Lens. Along with Nokia Maps, and enhancements to Nokia Drive and Nokia Transport.
It is available in yellow, red, grey, white and black colors.
Nokia Lumia 820 is a stylish, mid-range Windows Phone 8 smartphone that delivers high-end performance in a compact package.
Limia 820 has a 4.3 inch ClearBlack OLED WVGA 800x480 screen, a 1.5GHz Dual Core Snapdragon S4, 8MP Auto Focus with Carl Zeiss optics camera, Dual LED flash, full HD 1080p video capture at 30fps, a VGA front facing camera, 1GB RAM, 8GB mass memory with microSD memory card, 7GB free SkyDrive storage, and 1650mAh with support for Qi wireless charging.
It also comes with an exchangeable shell design.
Nokia also announced a range of wireless charging accessories: the Fatboy Recharge Pillow provides a fun way to recharge, while JBL introduced the JBL PowerUP, a wireless charging docking station with high quality audio in retro styling.
Lumia 820 comes in red, yellow, grey, cyan, purple, white and black colors.
Both phones will be available in pentaband LTE and HSPA+ variants and expected to start shipping in select markets later in the year.
Watch the Nokia Lumia 920 and Lumia 820 demonstration videos below:
Here are the Lumia 920 hands-on videos:
Microsoft's Windows Phone Joe Belfiore, has paid tribute to the 'gorgeous and awesome'in an interview with Conversations, said the innovative new smartphones represented Microsoft's 'next big chapter in our partnership with Nokia.'
Also, Nokia acknowledge the OIS was not shot with a Lumia 920. "At least, not yet," the company said in an apolozy posted on the blog, "We apologize for the confusion we created."
"We're excited about the Lumia 920 and the ground-breaking PureView imaging capabilities we announced today. In an effort to demonstrate the benefits of optical image stabilization (which eliminates blurry images and improves pictures shot in low light conditions), we produced a video that simulates what we will be able to deliver with OIS. Of course, hindsight is 20/20, but we should have posted a disclaimer stating this was a representation of OIS only.
We are looking forward to bringing the Lumia 920, with PureView optical image stabilization to select markets later this year," the company posted.
Below is a video shown at the press conference shot using a Lumia 920 -- (On the right is a Lumia 920 prototype with OIS -- and on the left is a smartphone without OIS):