By Michael Fisher | December 3, 2012 6:09 PM
The Nokia Lumia 920 has been getting all the media love since its unveiling several months back, mostly at the expense of its less-remarkable Lumia 820 sibling. But much as T-Mobile USA did with the Lumia 810 we recently reviewed, Verizon Wireless asked Nokia to make a customized variant of the “littler Lumia” for itself.
The result: the Nokia Lumia 822, an LTE-packing Windows Phone 8 device with a somewhat homely design, but lots of features to call its own. We’re in the midst of giving the 822 the quick-review treatment, and if you haven’t seen it yet, head on back to our unboxing and hardware tour video to get a feel for the device.
Be sure to come back here afterward though, because we’re putting the 822 up against its premium Lumia 920 cousin in a series of comparisons ranging from feel-in-hand to display saturation to camera quality … and (almost) everything in between. Whether you’re a Windows Phone buyer debating jumping ship to AT&T from Verizon, or just someone interested in how well today’s Windows Phone 8 offerings stack up against one another, you’ll want to grab some popcorn and plop down in front of this video, because once again … it’s comparison time.