Nokia has just unveiled their newest Windows Phone 8 smartphone to hit the market, the Lumia 920 which as rumored will feature wireless charging, PureView technology and a Qualcomm S4 Processor.

The camera included has something called a “floating sensor”, which according to Nokia means it can stabilise video capture more affectingly.

The device also features a 3.5 inch screen with a fast refresh rate and something called Pure Motion HD, alongside there’s also a feature which allows the screen to change the brightness and the contrast to allow for better viewing in the sun.

Inside the phone is that 1.5 dual-core CPU as well as 32GBs of built-in storage, 1GBs of RAM and a 2,000mAh battery.

There’s currently no word on pricing or availability but we will let you know when we do.

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