The Nokia Lumia 920 is certainly doing pretty well for itself, perhaps quieting even a few naysayers in the process. It seems that over in the Netherlands, Nu.nl is reporting that according to some Dutch retailers, it seems that the popularity of the Lumia 920 is so high that even while the handset has yet to be officially launched, pre-orders of the handset are said to be comparable to that of Apple’s iPhone 5 in the first week. Another retail claims that the Lumia 920 is doing well compared to releases by other companies, such as HTC, Apple and Samsung, although they weren’t very specific in terms of the period or what type of orders are they comparing it to.
The handset is expected to make its way into the hands of the Dutch come January of 2013 which is in about a month’s time, and this isn’t the first time we’ve heard good things about the Lumia 920 – even in Nokia’s homeland retailers have expressed great excitement over the device, and a couple of weeks ago it was reported that the Nokia Lumia 920 was virtually sold out everywhere (although this could be a case of low volume shipments). For those who have bought the Lumia 920, do you think the handset has managed to live up to the hype?
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