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Lumia 920 Specs

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lumia-920-main.jpeg

 

Processor:

1.5 GHz Dual Core

 

RAM:

1GB

 

Screen Size:

4.5"

 

Screen Resolution (ppi):

332 ppi

 

Screen Quality:

PureMotion HD+

 

Thickness:

10.7 mm

 

Weight:

185 gms

 

Battery:

2000 mAh

 

Memory:

32 GB

 

Camera:

8.7 MP PureView

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