The Lumia 920 hit stores two weeks ago. Nokia’s latest flagship phone certainly looks impressive with a sleek plastic body featuring a 4.5-inch screen (768 x 1280 pixels). It runs on a grid-based Windows Phone 8 operating system that’s smoother than the previous incarnation, and it comes with a pre-installed Thai keyboard. Photo lovers should dig the 8MP camera with Carl Zeiss optics and image stabilization technology with a 1.3MP front camera, while the 2,000mAh battery is said to last for 12 hours even for data-heavy users. It’s also capable of wireless charging, though the wireless charging station is sold separately (B2,290-2,950). B21,500 for 32GB, available in red, yellow, grey, white and black.