Nokia's Lumia 920 flagship Windows Phone looks promising, but the camera isn't quite what everyone was hoping for. Where as Nokia's 808 PureView phone packed a massive 41-megapixel sensor and mostly served as a proof of concept for the PureView tech, the Lumia 920's sensor is believed to only be 8-megapixels which Nokia says can capture 5x-10x more light that other sensors.
As Nokia pointed out last week, PureView is not a single technology or spec. So the tech in the Lumia 920 could function in an entirely different manner than what we saw in the 808. But on the upside, the phone is equipped with what Nokia calls a floating lens. The benefit for you the user is image stabilisation not only for photos, but also for video — especially video. Remember this teaser? This is likely what Nokia was teasing and it seems pretty excited about this new tech.