Nokia has recently launched two Windows Phone 8 (WP8) smartphones consecutively in the US; the Lumia 928 launched on May 10 and Lumia 925 May 14, has been preordained for T- Mobile. Conversely, new reports recommend that the Lumia 925 is also been confirmed on AT&T.
According to Nokia Power User report designates stats seized off Occasional gamer specifies the Lumia 925 on AT &T’s network. Furthermore, Nokia Developer website confirms the U.S alternative of the Nokia Lumia 925, model RM-893, does support LTE band 17 (700MHz) which is used by AT&T.
The Lumia 920 is presently limited to AT&T and hearsays indicate that Nokia is designing to launch the Nokia EOS on the carrier. As T-Mobile and Verizon will be getting WP8-powered Nokia smartphone, it should not be an astonishment if the EOS is declared as an AT&T exclusive.
It gives the impression that AT&T customers may soon be able to avail both the Nokia Lumia 925 and the Nokia EOS on the carrier’s LTE network. Nonetheless, no authorized statement has been issues by AT&T.
At present, AT&T is subjected to only a minority of WP8-powered smartphones on deal which consists-the Nokia Lumia 920, Lumia 820 (web only) and the HTC 8X. Lumia 920 has an asking price of $99.99 on a two-year contract basis and is obtainable at a price of $449.99. AT&T customers will be gladdened to see a great number of WP8 smartphones in the carrier’s portfolio along with top-end smartphones like Nokia EOS and probably the Lumia 925 for gadget users.