FCC visits for the AT&T Nokia Lumia 920 and the Nokia Lumia 820
The Nokia Lumia 920 and Nokia Lumia 820 models that visited the FCC are earmarked for AT&T. The carrier will have an exclusive on the higher end model and the FCC visit revealed the Lumia 920's support for the 700MHz LTE band used by the nation's second largest carrier, and the AWS flavored LTE band available for AT&T and the carriers up north in Canada. The Nokia Lumia 820's LTE bands are limited to AT&T's range. You might remember that just the other day, we passed along word that Verizon's version of the Nokia Lumia 820, the Nokia Lumia 822, recently visited the FCC.
The 29th of October is rapidly moving closer and with the FCC visit out of the way, the AT&T Nokia Lumia 920 and Nokia Lumia 820 are both one step closer to your pocket.
source: FCC (1), (2) via Engadget
1. XPERIA-KNIGHT (unregistered)
Best Choices out there (for everyone)
Nokia Lumia 920-820
Lg Optimus G and Nexus 4
HTC One X+
Sony Nexus X?
3. XPERIA-KNIGHT (unregistered)
hahaha something kept telling me to put the galaxy s3 in there too lol.......but i guess i didnt because alot of people already have the S3.....so i was mainly talking about upcoming devices :)
4. Lift_Off (Posts: 152; Member since: 04 Apr 2012)
Ya the S3 so you can desperately look to find someone to rub the back of your phone against, and show up all the idiots who bought the ip5
6. -box- (Posts: 3960; Member since: 04 Jan 2012)
If we include the GS3 we should include the AtivS, as it's roughly the same phone with a different OS. I'd rather have the Lumia, but some folks like Samsung or the thinner body, so good to suggest both (especially since you include 5 Android-running devices). On that note, the HTC WP8X could be added as well.
5. Wissenschaft (Posts: 10; Member since: 15 Oct 2012)
The biggest difference btw IOS/ Android and win8 is the live tiles. They are a revolution as compared to the other OSs dead static icons. Being live, they still don't eat up the battery.
THIS IS GREAT
7. -box- (Posts: 3960; Member since: 04 Jan 2012)
Agreed, they're like less resource-hogging widgets