The two big highlights of the 920 are its camera and wireless charging.
Nokia have a very strong reputation for camera phones, and the 920 is one of its most innovative ever, with 8.7 megapixels, PureView technology, a Carl Zeiss lens and Optical Image Stabilisation.
PureView is Nokia's innovative solution to low light photography, and uses a pixel oversampling technique to improve picture quality in low light.
The extra-large f2.0 lens will let in many times more light than other smartphone cameras. Optical Image Stabilisation is a first and will produce blur-free photos and videos in even low-light or fast moving situations. And the pulsed dual-LED flash promises to be one of the brightest of any camera phone.
Smart Shoot lets you choose the best group photo by picking the best expression for each person.
A dedicated camera key completes the package.
The Lumia 920 can be recharged wirelessly by electromagnetic induction using any Qi-compatible charger. If you have any concerns about the safety of moving significant amounts of electric current through the air, then don't be! The same technology has been in use for many years in induction hobs for high-end kitchens.
The screen will be the world's highest resolution display at 1280 x 768 pixels. That's even higher than the HD displays on the HTC One X, Samsung Galaxy S3 and Sony Xperia T.
Nokia claim that the Lumia's 4.5 inch curved screen is the "world’s brightest, clearest, fastest touchscreen"
Nokia City Lens
An augmented reality app, giving you info about your surroundings through the camera's viewfinder. You also get voice-guided satnav from Nokia Drive.
Also known as cloud storage. You get 7GB of this in addition to the 32GB of onboard memory. Sync with your laptop and tablet to access all your Windows apps and files from anywhere.
The Lumia 920 will be the first Nokia phone to feature NFC, the new wireless communications standard.
Release date & pricing
Nokia haven't indicated a release date, but our guess is that it will be in the shops for Christmas 2012. Pricing? Our guess is less than the iPhone 5! Probably less than the Samsung Galaxy S3, if Nokia are serious about competing with Android.