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international lumia 920 to work on ATT LTE?

4th October 2012, 04:46 PM |#1  
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I want to know if with the international lumia 920 will work with ATT 4g LTE
http://www.gsmarena.com/nokia_lumia_920-4967.php
http://www.gsmarena.com/nokia_lumia_900_at&t-4275.php
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5th October 2012, 04:41 PM |#2  
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I want to if with the international lumia 920 will work with ATT 4g LTE
http://www.gsmarena.com/nokia_lumia_920-4967.php
http://www.gsmarena.com/nokia_lumia_900_at&t-4275.php

I'm curious too. I refuse to buy the Lumia in black off of Rogers and the AT&T model is likely to be unlockable like the 900 was.
5th October 2012, 10:37 PM |#3  
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Add one more request to that. I'm not eligible for an upgrade until next year, so I'll be paying full price for my Lumia 920. I'd rather get the unbranded version if I go that route, since I won't have AT&T blocking any updates that they're notorious for doing.
6th October 2012, 06:43 AM |#4  
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Hopefully someone will answer this, that att logo looks ugly, and they block updates, so I need to know this, and two others too.

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9th October 2012, 03:34 PM |#5  
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It will work fine -

http://www.nokia.com/global/products...specifications

Operating Frequency

Frequency bands

  • GSM 850
  • GSM 900
  • GSM 1800
  • GSM 1900
  • WCDMA Band V (850)
  • WCDMA Band VIII (900)
  • WCDMA Band IV (1700)
  • WCDMA Band II (1900)
  • WCDMA Band I (2100)
  • LTE 700
  • LTE 800
  • LTE 850
  • LTE 900
  • LTE 1700
  • LTE 1800
  • LTE 1900
  • LTE 2100
  • LTE 2600
9th October 2012, 07:46 PM |#6  
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It will work fine -

http://www.nokia.com/global/products...specifications

Operating Frequency

Frequency bands

  • GSM 850
  • GSM 900
  • GSM 1800
  • GSM 1900
  • WCDMA Band V (850)
  • WCDMA Band VIII (900)
  • WCDMA Band IV (1700)
  • WCDMA Band II (1900)
  • WCDMA Band I (2100)
  • LTE 700
  • LTE 800
  • LTE 850
  • LTE 900
  • LTE 1700
  • LTE 1800
  • LTE 1900
  • LTE 2100
  • LTE 2600

Unless Nokia did something extraordinary, I really do not believe they will release the phone with 9 LTE bands.

The original specs was PentaBand LTE and the AT&T LTE Bands were missing. Meaning the international version will NOT work on AT&T's 4G LTE.

Please see my post here for more information.
10th October 2012, 04:10 PM |#7  
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Here's an interesting article about unlocked/international phones. I found it pretty informative.

http://www.cnet.com/8301-17918_1-575...ones-unlocked/

I may just resign myself the AT&T version.
11th October 2012, 08:26 AM |#8  
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Make a simple answer yes or no? The att lte phone have lte 2100 so does the international lumia 920.

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11th October 2012, 05:32 PM |#9  
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Make a simple answer yes or no? The att lte phone have lte 2100 so does the international lumia 920.

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Yes. According to the current specs both have LTE at 2100Mhz.
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