What analyst and others don't understand is that the Lumia is build for the highest user experience
Not to be the best in specs. But anyway Camera stays the best. Wins from a higer spected Experia and videostabilisation is much better on a Lumia then on the S4 (see youtube for test results) Really embarrassing for Samsung.
But overal, I think and tested, the internetreception in the best on Nokia devices. That's quiet important, because you want internet ALWAYS AND EVERYWHERE (tested by myself).
The Windows Phone 8 OS is really already integrated with FB, so do not need facebook HOME
The Windows Phone 8 OS is by far the fastest OS and most stable!!!
Love the way Nokia really think (maybe like steve jobs) about thing wich are really usefull instead of specs and specs!!!! FB bazukaa does not effect Windows. Windows is already a people centric phone!
I told you "I am going to buy Lumia 920 in 05/2013, as I love its PureView camera, a large, 4.5-inch, 768x1280 pixel HD display, powering the 920 is Qualcomm's dual-core S4 processor, clocked at 1.5GHz, accompanied by an Adreno 225 GPU and 2GB of RAM to aid multitasking, and 32 GB internal storage.
Also, photos and videos can also be set to automatically upload to your free SkyDrive cloud storage space, but by default the phone is set to reduce photos to 1280x720 pixels to reduce data consumption. If you're using wi-fi, or have a high data allowance, you can opt to upload your media in full resolution.
If you haven't read the review of the Nokia 920 in Wired Magazine: "Is Nokia’s Lumia 920 the Perfect “Dad Phone?” it's definitely worth reading including the comments. It makes a good reality case against the perception of both Apple and Samsung. It also addresses the user experience using insights from the psychographic perspective of a dad who is also a geek/nerd.