The Lumia 920 managed to generate the most buzz among all Windows Phones running Microsoft’s latest mobile platform even if Nokia, as an OEM, is only trailing second after Samsung according to a recent poll. We have tried to explain the phenomenon and we also shed some light on why exactly the Nokia flagship is thick and heavy.
We know that the phone is landing on AT&T as an exclusive –something we reacted to with a big “NO!”– and thanks to the leaked training videos below we learn that the phone will be AT&T-only for six months. You can also find some demos of features like CityLens, wireless charging, NFC pairing, alongside general specs, all meant to enlighten AT&T sale reps and help them sell you the phone.
Luckily there are rumors of other Nokia devices in the 900 family coming to alternative carriers, like the Lumia 9XX (922 maybe?) which will allegedly land on the operator’s line-up with a larger imaging sensor.