Nokia will let you try a Lumia 920 for two weeks


Nokia is known for their non-traditional techniques for advertising and creative ways of getting their products into your hands. If you have been salivating over the Lumia 920 (or even the 900) but are not sure if the device is right for you, Nokia will let you test drive the device for two weeks.

You can get your name on the list to test drive a Lumia device by visiting the link here but note that you must agree to the company’s terms and conditions. Additionally, Nokia has been running this test-drive style promotion for some time but the confirmation the Lumia 920 will be a part of the process, has not been mentioned previously (the device will become available soon for selection on the site).

Nokia has been tossing out infographics left and right slandering the competition while they build up the hype to the Lumia 920 launch. On paper, Nokia’s device appears to be king in nearly aspects but with our marginal hands on time (and no scrolling) with Windows Phone 8, it will come down to the polish of the OS to see who the real winner is. 

Head on to the source link to get yourself signed up and if you have wanted to get your hands on any of the current gen devices, Nokia can hook you up with those too. 

Source: Nokia

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smooth3006 said,
I signed up for the heck of it. Im not gonna pass up a free phone for a few weeks. Probably wont sway me from android though.

Same here, I think this is very interesting, even if the device has to be returned.

smooth3006 said,
I signed up for the heck of it. Im not gonna pass up a free phone for a few weeks. Probably wont sway me from android though.

I did the same. I don't like Windows Phone 7.5 but I'll test drive 8 before judging it all together.

Beware - if you need to use a Lumia 900 phone in a corporate environment. The EAS implementation on the Lumia 900 does not support device encryption. I had one for a day, but had to return it. Very nice phone! WP8 supports all Exchange policies, so it should work with the 920.

They haven't been "slandering" the competition, the word slander implies false accusations. All their info graphics have been technically accurate.

From the website T&C: "7. Due to customs restrictions, we regret that we are unable to send trial devices to Turkey or Serbia"

Serbia. Yeah... I don't need sex, the government f***s me EVERY DAY! Of course it's a problem with customs, they don't get any money from this.

Additionally, Nokia has been running this test-drive style promotion for some time [insert comma] but [delete 'the'] confirmation the Lumia 920 will be a part of the process[delete comma] has not been mentioned previously (the device will become available soon for selection on the site).

How about this?

"...for some time but the confirmation the Lumia 920 will be a part of the process, has not been mentioned previously (the device will become available soon for selection on the site)."

This is an oddly written sentence.

Maybe reworded as...
"...for some time. Nokia has confirmed that the Lumia 920 will be added, and will soon be available for selection on the site, although no specific date was given."

This isn't just a trial. It seems they want people who have blogs or other forms where lots of people read what they write and they want you to write something about it.

no 920, So i asked for the 900.. Maybe ill get it, ill like it, and say hay come on.. I love this.. and see what happens.. They might be like.. yer Chris.. keep it, we will pay for your bills no problem.. We will see... im guessing no

I signed up for the 900. It would be pretty sweet to try the camera out on my runs. My Galaxy Nexus's camera is pretty disappointing, and there have been a few times that I'd love to take a great shot of a sunset or something.