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The Nokia Lumia is a series of smartphones from Nokia first introduced in November 2011, all of which use the Windows Phone operating system. The Lumia name is derived from the partitive plural form of the word Lumi which means snow in the Finnish language.
Nokia switched from their aging and declining Symbian platform and chose Windows Phone as their primary smartphone OS. This partnership with Microsoft was confirmed on February 11, 2011. Symbian, which was for many years the leading smartphone OS, dropped below Android in Q4 2010, at a time when many manufacturers used Android's open source OS. Nokia continued to develop and release Symbian smartphones as well as MeeGo when the Lumia line was released.
First generation 
The Nokia Lumia series was first introduced to the market in November 2011 with the release of two phones. While the Nokia Lumia 800 targets the high-end of the smartphone marketplace, the Nokia Lumia 710 was intended to target the midrange (feature phone) by offering an entry-level device at a lower price point. The series consists of Nokia's Windows Phone devices. Each phone comes in a variety of different colours and specifications.
The Nokia Lumia 800 (codenamed Sea Ray) is a Windows Phone 7-OS powered smartphone, first unveiled on 26 October 2011 at the Nokia World 2011 event with an original pay as you go price of £400 SIM-free. It was Nokia's first mobile phone to run the Windows Phone OS and marked the company's shift of focus in favor of Windows Phone for its premium-priced phones. The Lumia 800 shares its hardware design with the previously released Meego-based Nokia N9 although there are some differences. The most obvious difference is that Nokia has added a dedicated button for the camera on the right hand side of the phone and has moved a dual LED flash directly above the Carl Zeiss camera lens. Despite a similar exterior, the Lumia 800 has a different interior than N9. Lumia 800's chipset comes from Qualcomm, whereas the N9 is based on a Texas Instruments OMAP chipset and CPU.
The screen diagonal is 3.7 inches (800 x 480 pixels) which is smaller than Nokia's previous phone with 3.9 inches (854 x 480 pixels) for N9, to conform with the Windows Phone specifications list, which includes three capacitive softkeys placed under the glass. A through-colored unibody shell is made from polycarbonate plastic. Nokia outsourced the production of its Qualcomm-based Lumia 800 to Compal Electronics. According to Nokia, this was due to time constraints and Compal's experience with the chipset. According to the same source future models, beginning with the 710 model, would be built within a Nokia factory. Devices for the European and Northern American markets are configured, tested and packed by Nokia's factory in Salo, Finland.
The Nokia Lumia 710 was released in the UK on the 1st of February 2012 with an initial release price of £300 SIM-free. The main difference externally is the weight of the phone weighing in at 125.5 grams a whole 15.5 grams lighter than its predecessor. Although the Lumia 710 is the lighter of the two phones, it also is larger. The Lumia 710 dimensions are (119 x 62.4 x 12.48mm) whereas the Lumia 800 has slightly smaller dimensions of (116.5 x 61.2 x 12.1mm). The size and resolution of the screen does not differ though with a size of 3.7 inches and a resolution of (800 x 480 pixels). Although the Nokia Lumia 710 is limited to a ClearBlack TFT compared to the ClearBlack AMOLED on the Nokia Lumia 800. The Nokia Lumia 710 has a removable rear cover which enables the battery to be replaced, a feature the Nokia Lumia 800 does not provide. The battery life also differs substantially. The Lumia 710 offers a 1300 mAh Li-Ion battery compared to the 1450 mAh Li-ion battery on offer with the Lumia 800. This results in a talk time of 6.9 hours for the Lumia 710 whereas the Lumia 800 offers 13 hours of talk which is nearly double. The stand-by time of the Lumia 710 is 400 hours which oddly is greater than the 265 hours on offer with the Lumia 800. The trend is similar when you take into account 3G. The talk-time(3G) on offer with the Lumia 710 is 7.6 hours which is significantly lower than the 9.5 hours on offer with the Lumia 800. The stand-by time(3G) for the Lumia 710 is 400 hours which is higher than the 335 hours on offer with the Lumia 800. Whilst playing music the Lumia 710 will last around 38 hours which is a lot lower than the 55 hours which the Lumia 800 will last.
Second release 
The first Nokia Lumia series continued in April 2012 with the release of a further two mobile phones. The Lumia 900 (a high end phone) was released on April 8, 2012 whereas the Lumia 610 (an entry level phone) was released in the first week of June. The latter of the two is aimed at the budget market meaning the specifications of the phone will be a lot less impressive than the Lumia 900 which is aimed at the higher end of the market.
On release the Lumia 900 was priced at £399 SIM-free which is similar to the price of the Lumia 800. The lumia 900 is physically larger than the 800 with a screen size of 4.3 inches compared to the 3.7 inches of the Lumia 800. The resolution of the screens is the same (480 x 800 pixels) although pixel densities are different with the Lumia 900 providing 217ppi and the Lumia 800 providing 252ppi. This means that the Lumia 900 weighs 160 grams compared to the slightly lighter 142 grams of the Lumia 800. Once again the battery life is a major difference between the two phones. The lumia 900 offers a 1830 mAh Li-Ion compared to the 1450 mAh Li-Ion battery provided by the Lumia 800. Surprisingly the Lumia 800 offers a larger talk time by providing 13 hours of talk before running out of battery. This is substantially longer than the 7 hours of the Lumia 900. But the Lumia 900 offers a longer stand-by time of 14.6 days compared to the 11 days of with the Lumia 800. It also provides a longer music playback time of 60 hours compared to the 55 hours of the Lumia 800. The system chip found in the Lumia 900 is the Qualcomm Snapdragon S2 APQ8055 which differs from the Qualcomm Snapdragon S2 MSM8255 of the Lumia 800 (although the processor, graphics processor, system memory and built in storage doeos not differ). The main difference when it comes to taking images is that the Lumia 900 offers a 1.3 megapixel front-facing camera which is a feature not provided with the Lumia 800. The music player in the Lumia 900 supports several formats that the Lumia 800 does not. These include M4A (Apple lossless), M4B and AMR. The Lumia 800 provides Facebook as a built-in online service which the Lumia 900 does not provide.
On release the Lumia 610 was priced at £150 (U.K price) SIM-free, which is half the price of the Lumia 710. This will mean that the Lumia 610 will most likely offer fewer features than the Lumia 710. At first glance the phones look similar. The main difference is the set of controls beneath the screen. The Lumia 710 has hardware buttons on a single rocker-styled piece, while the 610 goes for three separate capacitive keys. There are also some differences in the location of controls and connectivity ports. The Lumia 710 has the power/lock key at the top while in the Lumia 610 it's on a side. The physical size of the phones is similar. The Lumia 610 weighs 132 grams which is only 6 grams heavier than the 126 grams of the Lumia 710. The size and resolution of the screens are the same, with each phone having a screen size of 3.7 inches and a resolution of 480 x 800 pixels. The screens offer a pixel density of 252ppi. The colors on offer with the Lumia 610 is 65 536 which is a lot less than the 16 777 216 colors that the Lumia 710 can display. The battery life of the phones does not differ much. Each offers a 1300 mAh Li-Ion battery. The talk time life of the Lumia 610 is 6.5 hours, a little less than the 6.9 hours of the Lumia 710. The stand-by time of the Lumia 610 is 24.2 days, significantly higher than the 16.7 days of the Lumia 710. The music playback time of the Lumia 610 is 35 hours, slightly less than the 38 hours of the Lumia 710. The system chip in the Lumia 610 is the Qualcomm Snapdragon S1 MSM7227A. This differs from the Qualcomm Snapdragon S2 MSM8255. The processor in the Lumia 610 is the single core, 800 MHz, ARM Cortex-A5. The Lumia 710 single core, 1400 MHz, Scorpion. The system memory contained within the Lumia 610 is 256 MB RAM which is half the memory contained with the Lumia 710. Both phones offer 8GB of built-in storage. The resolution of the camcorder within the Lumia 610 has a resolution of 640x480 (VGA) (30 fps). This is less than the 1280x720 (720p HD) (30 fps) in the Lumia 710. The built-in online services provided with the Lumia 610 are Facebook and Twitter. The Lumia 710 provides these services as well as YouTube(upload), Flickr and Picasa.
Third release 
The Nokia Lumia first generation series continues with the release of the Nokia Lumia 510, which is expected in November 2012. The phone was specifically designed for developing markets, such as China, India, Asia-Pacific and Latin America and is expected to cost around $199. The Lumia 510 weighs 129 grams which is slightly less than the 132 grams which the Lumia 610 weighs. The physical display size of the Lumia 510 is 4 inches which is larger than the 3.7 inches on offer with the Lumia 610 despite weighing less. The screen resolution of each phone is the same (480 x 800 pixels) but the Lumia 510 has a pixel density of 233ppi compared to the 252ppi on offer with the Lumia 610. The technology used with the Lumia 510 screen is LCD which differs from the TFT used within the screen of the Lumia 610. Both mobiles can display 65 536 colors. Both phones offer a 1300 mAh Li-Ion battery. The Lumia 510 offers 6.2 hours of talk time before needing recharged which is slightly less than the 6.5 hours on offer with the Lumia 610. The Lumia 510 offers a larger stand-by time of 30.8 days which is significantly higher than the 24.2days on offer with the Lumia 610. The Lumia 510 provides 38 hours of music playback and 7.4 hours of video playback which is slightly higher than 35 hours and 7 hours on offer with the Lumia 610. The only difference with the hardware of the phones is that the Lumia 510 offers 4GB of built in storage which is half of the 8GB on offer with the Lumia 610. The main issues of the Lumia 510 are it offers too little RAM memory, the camera lacks a flash, offers low resolution video capture, no front facing camera and the phone lacks a microSD slot for storage expansion.
Second generation 
In September 2012, Nokia announced its first Windows Phone 8 devices, the Nokia Lumia 920 and 820. Both devices feature a dual-core processor, wireless charging, and are 4G enabled, among other new features. Changes in the design of each model of Nokia Lumia phone allowed each phone in the series to target a specific market area.
The Nokia Lumia 820 was released on November 9 with an initial price of £380 SIM-free. The Lumia 820 weighs 160 grams and has a display size of 4.3 inches. The screen resolution of the phone is (480 x 800 pixels) and the pixel density is 217ppi. The screen is able to display 16 777 216 colors. The Li-Ion battery that is provided with the Lumia 820 has a capacity of 1650 mAh. This results in a fairly long talk time of 14 hours before the battery needs to be charged. The battery also provides 13.8 days of stand-by time. The system chip found within the Lumia 820 is the Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Plus MSM8960. The processor is the dual core, 1500 MHz, Krait and there is 1024 MB RAM contained within the system memory. The Lumia 820 provides 8 GB of built-in storage which can be expanded to 64 GB with the use of microSD, microSDHC and microSDXC. The camera provided offers 8 megapixels with a dual LED flash. The camcorder offers 1920x1080 (1080p HD) (30 fps) and offers continuous autofocus in a video or video call. The phone also has a front-end camera which provides 0.3 megapixels VGA. The phone uses Internet Explorer 10 compared to the previous version of Internet Explorer 9 which was used in the first generation of phones. The Lumia 820 offers the same built-in online services as the Lumia 710.
The Nokia Lumia 920 was released on November 2 with a release price of somewhere around £475 SIM-free. The Lumia 920 weighs 185 grams, a whole 25 grams heavier than the Lumia 820. The Lumia 920 also has a slightly larger screen than the Lumia 820 with a display size of 4.5 inches. The resolution of the Lumia 920 screen is also of higher quality with a resolution of 768 x 1280 pixels. The pixel density of the screen is also significantly greater than the Lumia 820 with a pixel density of 332ppi compared to 217ppi. Both mobiles are able to display 16 777 216 colors. The Lumia 920 offers a 2000 mAh Li-Ion battery which means a talk time of 17 hours is possible before the battery needs to be charged. This is substantially greater than the 14 hours provided by the Lumia 820. The Lumia 920 battery also offers a larger stand-by time of 16.7 days. The only difference of the hardware between the two phones is that the Lumia 920 offers 32 GB of built-in storage which is four times the amount provided with the Lumia 820. The camera provided with the Lumia 920 offers 8.7 megapixels with a dual LED flash. The camcorder is the same as the one provided with the Lumia 820 but the front facing camera that the Lumia 920 provides offers 1.3 megapixels which is a whole megapixel above the front facing camera provided by the Lumia 820. The Lumia 920 also provides Internet Explorer 10 as well as the same built-in services as the Lumia 820.
In December 2012, Nokia announced its first mid range Windows Phone 8 devices, the Nokia Lumia 620. It is expected to sell in January 2013 in Asia, followed by Europe and the Middle East at an estimated street price of USD 249.
These were followed by Nokia Lumia 720 and Nokia Lumia 520, both announced in February 2013, and released two months later in April. Two variations of the flagship 920 model have subsequently been released, the 928, bringing the 92x experience to Verizon wireless customers, and the 925, which is a re packaged 920, making the design thinner and lighter. The 920 remains on sale and is still the Nokia Flagship phone.
The order of release of the phones in the Lumia lineup is as follows:
- Lumia 800, a high-end phone released in November 2011
- Lumia 710, an mid-range phone released on January 11, 2012
- Lumia 900, the flagship phone released on April 8, 2012
- Lumia 610, an entry-level phone released in April 2012
- Lumia 510, an entry level phone released in November 2012
- Lumia 820, a high-end phone released in November 2012
- Lumia 920, the flagship phone released on November 2, 2012 
- Lumia 620, the first mid-range Windows Phone 8. Released in January 2013.
- Lumia 520, an entry level successor of Lumia 510, available Q1 2013 starting in Hong Kong and Vietnam, then rolling out elsewhere including USA T-Mobile in Q2, prices start around 139 euros
- Lumia 720, an mid-range successor of Lumia 710, starts rolling out in Asia in Hong Kong, Vietnam, and Singapore in Q1 2013 before expanding to more markets in Q2, prices start at 249 euros
- Nokia Lumia 928 US carrier Verizon exclusive version of the Lumia 920 adding a xenon flash to the camera
- Nokia Lumia 925 Thinner, lighter partially Aluminium re-skin of the Lumia 920, designed to broaden the appeal of the 92x range NOT replace the 920 as flagship. Compromise between Lumia 920 and Lumia 928 features.
Model comparison 
Windows Phone 8 
|Feature||Lumia 520 ||Lumia 620||Lumia 720 ||Lumia 810||Lumia 820||Lumia 822||Lumia 920||Lumia 925||Lumia 928|
|Date Introduced||February 2013||December 2012||February 2013||October 2012||September 2012||October 2012||September 2012||May 2013|
|Date Discontinued||April 2013|
|Minimum OS||Windows Phone 8|
|Networks||GSM, HSDPA, Wi-Fi||adds LTE|
|Dimensions||119.9 mm (4.72 in) H
64.0 mm (2.52 in) W
9.9 mm (0.39 in) D
|115.4 mm (4.54 in) H
61.1 mm (2.41 in) W
11.02 mm (0.434 in) D
|127.9 mm (5.04 in) H
67.5 mm (2.66 in) W
9.0 mm (0.35 in) D
|127.8 mm (5.03 in) H
68.4 mm (2.69 in) W
10.9 mm (0.43 in) D
|123.8 mm (4.87 in) H
68.5 mm (2.70 in) W
9.9 mm (0.39 in) D
|127.8 mm (5.03 in) H
68.4 mm (2.69 in) W
11.2 mm (0.44 in) D
|130.3 mm (5.13 in) H
70.8 mm (2.79 in) W
10.7 mm (0.42 in) D
|129 mm (5.1 in) H
70.6 mm (2.78 in) W
8.5 mm (0.33 in) D
|133 mm (5.2 in) H
68.9 mm (2.71 in) W
10.1 mm (0.40 in) D
|Weight||124 g (4.4 oz)||127 g (4.5 oz)||128 g (4.5 oz)||145 g (5.1 oz)||160 g (5.6 oz)||142 g (5.0 oz)||185 g (6.5 oz)||139 g (4.9 oz)||162 g (5.7 oz)|
|Screen||Scratch resistant glass||Gorilla Glass 2 (Curved)||Scratch resistant glass||Gorilla Glass 2 (Curved)|
|Screen Type||IPS 24-bit||TFT LCD ClearBlack 24-bit||IPS ClearBlack 24-bit||AMOLED ClearBlack 24-bit||IPS LCD PureMotion HD+ 24-bit||AMOLED ClearBlack 24-bit|
|Stripe Pattern||RGB Stripe Pattern||??RGBG PenTile??|
|Screen Resolution||480×800 (15:9)||768x1280 (15:9)|
|Screen Size (Diagonal)||101.6mm , 4.0"||96.5mm, 3.8"||109mm, 4.3"||114mm, 4.5"||113mm, 4.5"|
|Pixel density||235 ppi||246 ppi||217 ppi||332 ppi||334 ppi|
|Battery Life (3G talktime)||9.6 hours||9.9 hours||13.4 hours||10.2 hours||8.1 hours||10.2 hours||10 hours||12.8 hours||16.2 hours|
|Battery Life (3G standby)||360 hours||330 hours||520 hours||360 hours||330 hours||486 hours||400 hours||440 hours||541 hours|
|Battery Life (Music playback)||61 hours||61 hours||79 hours||54 hours||61 hours||62.1 hours||74 hours||55 hours||80 hours|
|Camera Resolution (Still)||5.0 MP||6.7 MP||8.0 MP||8.7 MP PureView|
|Camera focal length||28mm||26mm|
|Camera Resolution (Video)||720p @ 30fps||1920x1080p @ 30fps|
|Carl Zeiss Camera Lens||No||No||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|Front Camera||N/A||0.3 MP||1.3 MP||1.3 MP||0.3 MP||1.3 MP||1.2 MP||1.3 MP|
|Camera Flash||N/A||LED flash||Dual-LED||Short Pulse High Power Dual-LED||Dual-LED||Xenon flash|
|Storage||8GB||16GB||32GB||16GB (32GB Vodafone)||32GB|
|Storage Expansion||Up to 64GB microSD||N/A||N/A||N/A|
|SkyDrive cloud storage||7GB|
|Secure NFC (for payment)||No||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|Inductive wireless charging||No||No||Yes (with optional accessory cover)||Yes (with optional accessory cover)||Yes (with optional accessory cover)||Yes (with optional accessory cover)||Yes||Yes (with optional accessory cover)||Yes|
|Synaptics Super Sensitive Touch||Yes||No||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|SoC||Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 MSM8227||Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 MSM8960|
|CPU||1.0 GHz dual-core Krait||1.5 GHz dual-core Krait|
|GPU||Qualcomm Adreno 305||Qualcomm Adreno 225|
|RAM||512MB||1GB (Dual-channel, 500 MHz, LPDDR2)|
Windows Phone 7 
|Feature||Lumia 510||Lumia 610||Lumia 710||Lumia 800||Lumia 900|
|Date Introduced||September 2012||April 2012||January 2012||November 2011||April 2012|
|Minimum OS||Windows Phone 7.5|
|Maximum OS||Windows Phone 7.8|
|Networks||GSM, HSDPA, Wi-Fi||adds LTE|
|Dimensions||120.7 mm (4.75 in) H
64.9 mm (2.56 in) W
11.46 mm (0.451 in) D
|119 mm (4.7 in) H
62.2 mm (2.45 in) W
11.95 mm (0.470 in) D
|119 mm (4.7 in) H
62.4 mm (2.46 in) W
12.5 mm (0.49 in) D
|116.5 mm (4.59 in) H
61.2 mm (2.41 in) W
12.1 mm (0.48 in) D
|128 mm (5.0 in) H
69 mm (2.7 in) W
12 mm (0.47 in) D
|Weight||129 g (4.6 oz)||131.5 g (4.64 oz)||126 g (4.4 oz)||142 g (5.0 oz)||160 g (5.6 oz)|
|Screen||Gorilla Glass||Gorilla Glass (Curved)||Gorilla Glass (Flat)|
|Screen Type||TFT LCD||AMOLED (PenTile pattern)||AMOLED (RGB stripe pattern)|
|Screen Size (Diagonal)||4 in (100 mm)||3.7 in (94 mm)||4.3 in (110 mm)|
|Battery Life (3G talk time)||8.4 hours||9.5 hours||7.6 hours||9.5 hours||7 hours|
|Battery Life (Video playback)||7.4 hours||7 hours||6 hours||6.5 hours||8 hours|
|Battery Life (Music playback)||38 hours||35 hours||38 hours||55 hours||60 hours|
|Battery Life (3G standby)||653.2 hours||720 hours||400 hours||335 hours||300 hours|
|Camera Resolution (Still)||5 MP||8 MP|
|Camera Resolution (Video)||480p @ 30 fps||720p @ 30 fps|
|Camera Lens||N/A||Carl Zeiss|
|Front Camera||N/A||1.3 MP|
|SoC||Snapdragon S1 MSM7227A||Snapdragon S2 MSM8255||Snapdragon S2 APQ8055|
|CPU||800 MHz Cortex-A5||1.4 GHz Scorpion|
|Applications||FM Radio, Nokia Maps|
Nokia reported "well above 1 million" sales for its Lumia line up to January 26, 2012, 2 million sales for the first quarter of 2012, and 4 million for the second quarter of 2012. Sales figures for third and fourth quarters were 2.9 million and 4.4 million respectively. In Q1 2013 Nokia sold 5.6 million Lumia devices.
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