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Nokia Lumia Icon, Black 32GB (Verizon Wireless)

by Nokia
4.5 out of 5 stars 193 customer reviews
Verizon Wireless
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Technical Details

Service Provider: Verizon Wireless | Color: Black | Size: 32GB
  • Size (LWH): 2.8 inches, 0.39 inches, 5.39 inches
  • Weight: 5.92 ounces
  • Network Compatibility: LTE
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Product Description

Service Provider: Verizon Wireless | Color: Black | Size: 32GB

30 Day Warranty. Fully Functional Verizon phone with minimal signs of wear which includes: a clear screen and possible scuffing and scratching on body. Phone only - no accessories or SIM card included.

Product Details

Service Provider: Verizon Wireless | Color: Black | Size: 32GB
  • Product Dimensions: 2.8 x 0.4 x 5.4 inches ; 5.9 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 15.2 ounces
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
  • International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
  • Item model number: Lumia Icon
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars 193 customer reviews
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #76,667 in Cell Phones & Accessories (See Top 100 in Cell Phones & Accessories)
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Size: 32GBService Provider: Verizon WirelessColor: Black
To put this review in context, I've upgraded my cell phone every couple of years since 1992 when I had my first Motorola brick; so I've owned a lot of cell phones and all the smart ones. I'm not a fan of Apple products but my spouse has one so I'm not unfamiliar with them. I'm an IT professional and I've worked with so many different operating systems I've lost count but half a dozen Unix variants, 3-4 Linux Variants, every version of Windows since 1.0, and the Apple OS. I run both a personal Google Identity and Google Apps for my small business.

I've had my phone for a week and I bought the DT910 charger for my desk and the DT900 for traveling.

This phone is just wonderful, I gave the Verizon store clerk my Microsoft identity name and added my password when she passed it to me. By the time I got home the phone had completely synchronized with my desktop and laptop. It's seamless: just different windows into the same "ME". The sound quality is great; the camera is brilliant (I'm an amateur photographer with several thousand in semi-pro equipment); I can link together all my contacts various identities (google, skype, facebook, etc) into a single unified contact list; Facebook, Kindle, Audible, Netflix, Amazon, Microsoft Office, all work great.

Before I bought the phone the Verizon folks told me that no one liked the Windows phone because it didn't run all their apps. And there are some applications that are not available yet for Windows 8. The only one I miss is TripIt but this is more than made up for by the seamless integration with Microsoft Office. (Update: I found TripIt)

I wanted a working phone that integrated seamlessly into my work environment; gives me a great camera, delivers my core communication needs; the Icon hit that target dead on. I've never been happier with a new phone.
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Size: 32GBService Provider: Verizon WirelessColor: Black
I have a sickness... I love to upgrade

I have been with the Android Operating System since the original Sprint EVO Phone. To put things in perspective. I have had the EVO, EVO 3D (Junk) traded to the Motorola Photon, Motorola Droid Razor Max, to the HTC One. I have played around with unlocking, using custom roms, etc. Android is a great OS, tons of apps and a ton of phone choices. Given all this, why would I even consider switching.....I am bored

When it comes down to it, most of the apps I use now are mainly for work, when I want to play games, browse the web, etc I use my Ipad Air.

I wanted a phone for work and I wanted to try something new, so the Lumia Icon had the latest specs, so I decided to give the Windows phone a try. For me it's a hit, with a few misses

•Your basic rectangular Verizon (orange) box nothing spectacular
•inside it is well packed with the phone, wall charger and usb cable, small printed manual
•This is version 8 of the Windows Mobile OS, 8.1 is not released yet
•Phone is boxy, with a significant amount of weight behind it, which detracts away from its excellent design, button layout, metal trim with polycarbonate back
•Camera has Duel LED Flash in the back with Headphone jack up top and Charger at bottom
•Phone feels heavy in your hands, but even with its larger bulk it fits well

DISPLAY (9/10)

This is where the phone shines, I really like the screen, it's AMOLED 1920x1080 screen. I agree with most of the professional reviews, colors are very vivid and bright, with excellent black levels, but fall a tad short on whites when compared to my HTC ONE. I do like the fact that you have a lot of customization when it comes to screen color brightness, etc.
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Size: 32GBService Provider: Verizon WirelessColor: Black
I've been waiting for this phone for a long time. I got tired of Apple's "50 shades of grey" upgrade in IOS7, and so had my Verizon rep for my corporate account send me the Lumia 928 back in September of 2013. I loved it, and would've ordered one right there until I saw a leaked photo and some tentative specs of the Lumia 929 that was to be released in a couple months. I decided to wait, since the improvements over the 928 were many.

I almost lost patience in November, December, and January when all the rumored release dates passed, but I'm glad I waited. My rep was able to overnight one to me so I had it on release day. I gave my old iPhone 5 to one of my employees and never looked back.

This is a VERY nice phone in all respects. In every way I compare it to my iPhone 5, it wins. The only downside is the thin choice of apps still in the Microsoft store, but that's improving. The iPhone and Samsung phones started out the same way. The only things I really miss from the iPhone are a few apps, not the phone itself, since I have a lot of home automation, and there is, as yet, no Windows phone options for my Logitech security cameras, my Ecobee thermostat, and a few of my power switch modules.

But apps aside, from a hardware perspective, this is a clear win. The full 1920x1080 screen is gorgeous to view. Even in sunlight I can see what I need to see. I was a little worried about the size for two reasons - first, I didn't want something that was awkward to hold. I've seen people with the "phablet" devices and I just can't picture lugging something like that around as a PHONE - may as well use my retina iPad mini...
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