It's been a big year for the smartphone market. Samsung released its Galaxy S III in May in the US to pre-empt the arrival of Apple's much-anticipated iPhone 5 last month. HTC threw its One X into the ring also in May to keep things interesting (both in and out of the courtroom). So where has Nokia, once the world's leading mobile phone manufacturer, been during all this excitement?
It released the Lumia range earlier in the year, which has largely failed to be included in tech blog comparisons with the holy trinity mentioned above. But the manufacturer is back with a flagship model, the 920, which was unveiled last month and is slated for release in Thailand before the end of the year.
So can the model bring the teetering manufacturing giant back to balance? Will the new Windows Phone 8 operating system help save it from extinction? Let's take a peek.
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