At this point in time, when you think of Windows Phone 8, what comes to mind? For me, its the Lumia 920 and I know I’m not alone. This is a very impressive feat for a device that has singled out only one carrier for exclusivity in almost every market it has launched in.

In the United States’ case, it was AT&T. So what makes the Lumia 920 such an exciting and well-respected handset? Many things, but the biggest reasons are its sharp screen, stunning design and its excellent camera.

The PureView camera found in the Lumia 920 is one of the most impressive cameras found on a modern smartphone (though Nokia’s Symbian-based Pureview 808 is even better). Unfortunately, for all its great image-stabilization and low light features, many owners of the Lumia 920 do say that the camera has a weakness as well.

When it comes to daylight photos, Nokia’s flagship is not king. The pictures are often blurry and not of the quality we’d hope and expect. The good news is that Nokia is now said to be preparing a software update that will address the issue.

Sometime this month (which is almost over) the Nokia Lumia 920 will get an update that includes a fix for random rebooting issues, Wi-Fi issues and will also bring major improvements to the camera.

Keep in mind that this is a rumor and should be taken with a grain of salt. That said, it isn’t surprising and certainly doesn’t sound far-fetched either.

Any Nokia Lumia 920 owners out there? Have you had any problems with the issues this first update is said to be addressing or has your experience been nothing but great?

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  • AlmostBigFan

    Since you ask, I agree with you that it is a very nice phone and mobile OS combination. I have one. But it has some real weaknesses too.

    The biggest concern for me have been bugs in the interface between Windows Phone And Gmail that mean my work emails sometimes go out garbled ( the long subject line bug).

    On Nokia’s part, I have been disappointed that the Gorilla Glass screen can crack easily, if tapped gently face down …