Nokia returned for a second -- and even more critical -- round to put its Lumia brand on the map. Its larger, thicker Nokia Lumia 920 marquee device was the first to bring wireless charging and a highly sensitive screen that can accommodate navigation with both a fingernail and a gloved hand. Although heavier and bulkier than its chief rival, the , Nokia's AT&T exclusive is also more powerful and comes in at half the price.
Nokia will need its flagship 920, and its slightly less premium 820, 810, and 822 models to also perform well on AT&T, T-Mobile, and Verizon, respectively, to help boost sales. Weak profits to date have spurred the Espoo, Finland-based handset-maker to recently sell its headquarters.