HTC did take a swipe at Nokia earlier today, touting that the Lumia 920 is thicker and heavier than their HTC Windows Phone 8X, and perhaps Nokia’s smartphone was built that way in order for it to carry the high-performance camera component that is located underneath the hood. Well, the Nokia Lumia 920 certainly does excel in low-light situations, but the very same strength there has been suspected to also be a weakness in the Lumia 920 when it comes to snapping photos in normal, well-lit conditions. So far, word on the street has it that Nokia is already aware of such an issue, and are hard at work looking to fix up the entire shebang in due time.

Nokia France’s Xavier des Horts did tweet in response concerning this alleged imaging issue, where it was described that images snapped with plenty of lighting as too smooth, or are soft-looking. Des Horts replied in a brief manner, but did share that Nokia has plans to introduce fixes to the Lumia 920′s camera in order to address this niggling issue. No idea on when such a software update will be released, but other smartphone companies might want to keep a closer eye on the Lumia 920’s imaging performance under well lit conditions when that happens.

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Display
4.5"
1280x768 IPS LCD
Price (approximative)
~$165 - Amazon
Camera
8 MP
Image Stabilization
Weight
185 g
Battery
2000 mAh
Launched in
2012-09
System
1GB RAM
Snapdragon S4 + None
Storage (GB)
32
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