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At a time when consumers are queuing up outside Apple stores to get their hands on the new iPhone 5, rival smartphone manufacturers are busy comparing the flagship device to their own new offerings, while trying to put emphasize areas where, they think, the iPhone 5 lags.

Following Samsung’s foot-steps, Finnish firm Nokia has released an infographic, in which it attempts to show that the recently unveiled Lumia 920, its first Windows Phone 8 device, is way better when compared to Apple’s newest bet, the one and only iPhone 5.

But, as noted by Redmond Pie, Nokia seemed to be in a hurry to release the tiled-esque-designed infographic before Sept. 21, the official release date for the Apple iPhone 5. In the one-upmanship flurry, Nokia forgot to mention many of the key facts, especially of its own product.

“Yep, that’s right; although we’re used to companies erroneously pointing out flaws in rival’s device, Nokia cannot seem to differentiate between the Lumia 920 and 820,” said the report.

Have a look at the infographic below: