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AT&T to Sell Nokia Lumia 920 and 820 In November

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Oct 4, 2012, 8:42 AM   by Eric M. Zeman

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.


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Oct 4, 2012, 12:10 PM

Why only AT&T?

How does Microsoft expect for Windows Phone to take off when they're doing the one carrier B.S. again. Nokia needed to pull a Samsung and the release the phone on all carriers at once. That's the only way. Haven't they learned anything from Palm and the Sprint fiasco?
I don't think it is Nokia's choice...the other carriers have just been hesitant to get on board the Windows Phone train....
exactly what i said in the other post (really?). This phone looks like it could be really good but they shot themselves in the foot with one one carrier.
"How does Microsoft expect for Windows Phone to take off when they're doing the one carrier B.S. again."

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 ...

Oct 4, 2012, 9:00 AM


Really? does windows expect to do very well if there intro phones for windows phone 8 are only on one carrier. And I think they are waiting to long to start the sale of these new phones and their surface tablet since they announced them how long ago now.? I think I'm forgetting what was so nice about this phone anyways everyone else is coming out with new things idk...
Just in time for Christmas.
Both Sprint and Verizon have said that they intend to offer Windows 8 devices.....

Oct 4, 2012, 3:29 PM

Keep in mind

While I do wish the Nokia would not have allowed the 920 to be exclusive to just one carrier, the fact of the matter is, there are four other very good phones to head to other carriers. Both HTC phones and that goliath of a phone, the Samsung Ativ. If I'm not mistaken, the Nokia 820 will still make an appearance on other networks.

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...
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