Lumia 920, 820, 720, 620 And 520: Side By Side Comparisons

For those wondering how all five of the Lumia phones in the Windows 8 range compare to one another, MyNokiaBlog has come to the rescue.

In a video released on Thursday, Feb. 28, the blog that purports to be a "[r]andom, informal Nokia blog for Nokia, Symbian, Maemo, MeeGo and Windows Phone news, reviews, rants, suggestions and applications" takes five different Lumia phones and puts them through the specs gauntlet to see how they stack up against one another:

Screen Size

The 920, of course, has the biggest screen (4.5 in.).

The 720 and 820 come next with a 4.3-in. screen.

The 520 and 620 have the smallest screens with, respectively, 4.0 in. and 3.8 in. screen.

Screen Resolution

All but the Lumia 920 have the same WVGA (480p) resolution, with the Lumia 920 rocking something special in its HD resolution (720p).

Smartphone Cameras

The Lumia 920 has an 8.7-megapixel PureView camera with OIS (Optical Image Stabilization, which provides optimal handheld stabilization when the camera is handheld). The camera is great under low light conditions.

The Lumia 820's 8.0-megapixel camera does not have OIS.

The Lumia 720's 6.7-megapixel camera "takes amazing low-light pictures." This is due to the 720's "huge aperture" of F1.9, which according to MyNokiaBlog is the largest aperture of any smartphone camera on the market.

The Lumia 620 and 520 both have 5-megapixel cameras. The 520 is the only Lumia that does not have a flash or LED built-in.

Wireless Charging/NFC

Whereas the Lumia 920 has built-in wireless charging with NFC, the Lumia 820 has changing covers to gain wireless charging and NFC capabilities.

The Lumia 720 has built-in NFC with three pins at the bottom of the phone for attachable wireless charging cover.

The Lumia 620 has NFC covers but does not support wireless charging, while the 520 does not have either wireless charging capabilities or NFC.

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