Nokia has released two new handsets the Lumia 920 and 820, the 820 is the mid range device and apart from having a slightly different look it is missing a few of the premium features found on the Lumia 920. The mid range 820 offers a slightly smaller display at 4.3″ (4.5″ of the 920) as well as a lower resolution of 800 x 480 (1280 x 768 for its high end brother). But what they didn’t leave out was the wireless charging and two devices have the same dual-core 1.5GHz Snapdragon S4 processor.
Nokia has also dropped the fancy-pants PureMotion HD+ WXGA display for a more conventional 800 x 480 ClearBlack panel. You are however restricted to just 8GB of on-board storage but you do have a microSD card slot which should let you add up to 32GB on your own.
The biggest difference is of course that Nokia’s biggest feature is missing, the PureView camera. The 820 only has an 8MP regular shooter, but we’re sure since it’s from Nokia it’s still very decent. If you’re not sure what makes PureView technology so neat, check out this post over here.