Video shows advantages of Lumia 920's HD+ screen

A new video coming from shows off the Lumia 920 and, though there's nothing really new here, the rather long video shows off the best parts of the phone. The most interesting aspect of which we've seen little until now is the HD+ screen. 

The 920 display sports a resolution of 1280x768 making it one of the highest resolutions available in the smartphone market. Put that together with the 4.5" screen and you get a pixel density of 332 pixels per inch. It's this high density screen that makes everything look stunning. For comparison the new iPhone 5 only has a 4" screen with 326 pixels per inch.

And you can clearly see the advantages of Lumia's screen in the video below - the screen demo starts at 9 minute mark. Even when the user zooms out completely in the browser you can still read the text on the page. Of course that's providing you have 20/20 eyesight, or you're really close to the screen. Couple that with the 60Hz refresh rate for blur-free scrolling and you have yourself a pretty amazing device.

You can watch the whole video below, and see some NFC functionality as well. Fair warning though: it's in French.

Source: Via: WMPoweruser

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