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Nokia Lumia 920 for AT&T: what’s different?

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Nokia Lumia 920 for AT&T what's different

A few days ago we reviewed the global version of Nokia’s Lumia 920 flagship running Windows Phone 8. The handset’s been available for purchase on AT&T since last Friday with a few carrier-specific tweaks, such as compatible LTE bands. It’s aggressively priced at $100 with a two-year agreement — this includes 32GB of built-in storage, a free Nokia wireless charging plate (while supplies last) and the same camera magic as its global sibling. It’s a phone that would otherwise cost about £445 ($710) unsubsidized and unlocked. Nokia’s Lumia 920 for AT&T comes in a choice of high-gloss (red, yellow or white) and matte (cyan or black) finishes. Despite the global and AT&T models being virtually identical, there are minor differences worth noting. Join us after the break for the details.

Gallery: Nokia Lumia 920 review (AT&T model)

Gallery: Nokia Lumia 920 review

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