AT&T to Sell Nokia Lumia 920 and 820 In November
AT&T today announced that it plans to sell both the Nokia Lumia 920 and Lumia 820 devices beginning in November. The two Lumia smartphones run Windows Phone 8. The Lumia 920 will be offered in red, white, black, yellow, and cyan. The Lumia 820 will only be offered in black. Both devices will run on AT&T's LTE 4G network. Pricing and exact availability were not provided by AT&T.
Hands On: Nokia Lumia 920 and 820
Nokia debuted two new Lumia smartphones today and Phone Scoop had a change to take a close-up look at the new hardware, both of which are running Microsoft's Windows Phone 8 platform. Here are our initial impressions.
Review: Nokia Lumia 820 for AT&T
The Lumia 820 is a welterweight contender in AT&T's smartphone lineup. It packs a powerful three-punch combo with LTE, Windows Phone 8, and an 8-megapixel camera.
Review: Nokia Lumia 920 for AT&T
Nokia pushes all sorts of boundaries with the Lumia 920, its feature-laden flagship smartphone for AT&T. If the luminescent colors don't attract you, the big screen, LTE 4G, and dual-core performance might.
Best Buy Prices Nokia Lumia 920 at $149, HTC 8X at $99
Best Buy has made the Nokia Lumia 920 and the HTC 8X Windows Phones available for preorder on its web site. Best Buy is charging $149.99 for the Lumia 920 and $99.99 for the 8X.
Verizon to Sell Nokia Lumia 822 for $99
Verizon Wireless today announced that it will soon offer the Nokia Lumia 822 smartphone. The 822 is a customized version of the Lumia 820, which was announced earlier this year.
Nokia Lumia 820
4.3" display 480 x 800 pixels
Snapdragon S4 processor 1 GB RAM
1,650 mAh battery
Memory Card Slot, NFC, Wireless Charging, Headphone Jack (3.5mm)
Why only AT&T?
1) This is a Nokia phone. Not a Microsoft phone. Just like Galaxy isn't made by Google, it's made by Samsung.
That means the decision to be ...
Keep in mind
Someone had mentioned that Microsoft shouldn't have allowed this to happen. The thing is, despite their close partnership with Nokia, Nokia is a business of its own and doesn't answer to Microsoft, when it comes to who they decide to sell to, even of they (Microsoft) may want the phone to sell on more than just one carrier. Besides, with the way things are looking for WP8, i doubt OEMs will stop at just what is...