By Hanleigh Daniels 12 July 2012


Nokia delivers its top of the line smartphone in the Lumia range, boasting a 4.3 inch display, snappy CPU and capable snapper, but is it good enough to take on the Galaxy S3 and HTC's One X?
Easy to use mobile OS classy design excellent camera great apps included such as Nokia Drive and Mix Radio and large touchscreen.
Can't update the OS software to Windows Phone 8 single-core CPU no match for dual- and quad-core rivals, WVGA screen resolution does not compare favourably with rivals cannot expand on the internal storage and no full HD video recording.
Best Windows Phone OS smartphone thus far and an excellent all-round package, but elements such as a non-HD display, single-core CPU, lack of expandable storage, not being able to upgrade to Windows Phone 8 prevent it from making it to the top of must-buy

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