The Nokia Lumia Icon phone has a 5-inch (1920x1080) AMOLED screen, a 20MP main camera and a 1.2MP selfie camera. The battery capacity is 2420 mAh and the main processor is a Snapdragon 800 with 2 GB of RAM.
|Product||Lumia Icon (2014), Price: 499 USD|
|Display||5" 1920x1080 AMOLED|
|Sharpness (PPI)||441 PPI|
|Display Glass Type||Gorilla Glass 3|
|Color Depth||24 bit (16,777,216 Colors)|
|Battery Capacity (mAh)||2420 mAh|
|Talk Time||16 hours|
|Music Playback Time||75 hours|
|Processor Name||Snapdragon 800|
|Processor # Cores||4|
|Main Processor Frequency (GHz)||2.2 GHz|
|Internal Storage Options||32GB|
|Memory Card Type||None|
|Operating System + Version||Windows 8.1|
|LTE Category (Download)||LTE CAT4 150 Mbps|
|Bluetooth Version||Bluetooth 4.0|
|Connector Type||Micro USB|
|SAR US Head||0.7 W/Kg|
|SAR US Body||0.93 W/Kg|
|Sim Card 0|
|SIM Type||Nano SIM|
Lumia Icon Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
The last time we checked, the Lumia Icon was retailing at around $499 online. Things may have changed a bit since.
No. the Lumia Icon is not water-tight as we do not see an IP-Rating.
No, the Lumia Icon does not have dual-SIMs according to our data, but things may be different in Asian markets. We mainly track USA data.
No, the Lumia Icon 1920x1080 resolution is not 4K.
No, Lumia Icon does not feature Wireless Charging.
No, the Lumia Icon does not have Qi Wireless Charging.
Yes, the Lumia Icon is a 4G handset that is rated 4G LTE cat4 (150 Mbps).
No, the Lumia Icon is not a 5G device.
No, the Lumia Icon is not a USB-C handset.
No, the Lumia Icon's battery cannot be removed.