Nokia Lumia Icon User Reviews

Announced Feb 12, 2014 •
5 screen | 20 megapixels (rear) | 1 megapixels (front)

Best camera phone I ever had.  With MS os also best portable office pc.  Keeps work and photos running seamlessly, fast, and reliable.

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Fabulous phone if you want to stay focused on business. Takes great videos and photos no post processing needed.  At 20 MP its ability to capture detail even in low light really surprised me. Seamless connectivity is lightning fast, works with all Microsoft platforms, email, texts, internet, power point, excel, word, office 365, its is basically a mini computer with a high end camera. Was used by National Geographics to photograph grand canyon cover piece. Extremely durable, reliable, high ...

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I have had this phone for a year now.  It is a TANK!  Not one crash, no real glitches, has taken falls and still survives.   Previously I was an HTC user but on the first day of vacation last year that phone went for a swim and I was left tech free for the week.  While I totally enjoyed a week away from phone distractions once I was back to town I had pick a replacement. I had always been interested in the Windows platform for mobile devices.  The lack of apps and limited phone choices held ...

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dtphoto
 

As a photographer, this phone has been sufficient on many occasions to leave my DSLRs at home. With 6 months of ownership, I'm nearly to 100GB of photos (and some video) captured with it. 16MP raw photos have excellent quality and sufficient size to crop. It runs Windows 8.1, so it fits in at home, with all of my other Windows machines. I'm looking forward to the Windows 10 upgrade, almost as much as I was to the Denim firmware. It does everything I need (except connect to a bluetooth ...

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drh681
 

as a replacement for an aging Lumia 900 switching(back) to Verizon from ATT. The simplest Phone Change I have ever made. Literally in twenty minutes I walked out the door with a phone on a different carrier with a fully functioning contact list. Staying in the Windows Environment was what made that possible. All I had to do was sign in to Windows Live and it was all done. It synched the calendar/ contact list and all the other stuff I had on One Drive with no delays or fussing with cables and ...

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