The Lumia Icon is available exclusively to Verizon. The Lumia 930 is its just-released identical twin, which is available on a number of GSM networks around the world.
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Pro 5'' Full HD (1920 x 1080) OLED display
Like the design the display size of the Icon is less polarizing than the outrageous and unconventional six inch display of the 1520. The 5 inch size of the Icon is a perfect medium for a range of people and the size allows for a full three rows of tiles on the Start screen. The OLED display is fantastic as well. The PPI is a dense 441 PPI. The colors are rich and the display has great viewing angles. The Icon also includes Nokia's sunlight readability, super sensitivity settings, and the color profile app.
Pro Quad-core 2.2 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 with 2 GB of RAM
With a top of the line quad core processor and a lightweight operating system like Windows Phone, the Icon screams. The Icon has no problems navigating the OS or running processing processor intensive games.
Pro 20 MP PureView camera
The Icon shares the same camera as the Lumia 1520. The 20MP Pureview is one of the best smartphone cameras available. Nokia offers extensive manual controls in the Nokia Pro Camera app and overall image quality is very impressive.
Pro Wireless charging
The Icon features wireless charging built in.
Pro Rectangular design
With the Lumia Icon, Nokia evolved the bold designs of the Lumia 1520 and 1020 into a more traditional approach. The Icon's design is by no means boring, it just lacks the daring form of it's AT&T siblings. The Verizon Icon uses an attractive rectangular design with excellent build quality but it breaks no conventions. The Icon is available in the traditional black and white color choices.