Saturday, 6 October 2012

AT&T Nokia Lumia 920 and 820 differs from the International version with its battery


By Ibrahim Dbouk | 6 October 2012




The newly launched international version of Nokia Lumia 920 and 820 actually differs from the AT&T version. Despite having the Cyan color, there's another difference which is the battery.
When the International version was announced, one of its advantages was that it carries a huge 2000mAh battery that was supposed to be an "all day use".

The bad news is that the AT&T version will have a downgraded version for the Nokia Lumia 920 and 820 battery.



You could notice that there's a 1 hour been reduced as a talking time from the International version. 80 hours  on Standby mode, and 15 hours on Music playback time. Moreover, this version has the LTE connectivity and we all know that it consumes more power than normal 3G connectivity. However, there will be a firmware upgrade for the AT&T version for sure. The owners of the old Lumia 900 know how good the battery is; with the AT&T version being downgraded its still better than the Lumia 900.

These are the differences between the AT&T Lumia 820 and the international version.

  • 7.5hrs VS 8hrs - Talk 3G
  • 260hrs VS 330hrs - Standby 3G
  • 43hrs VS 55hrs - Music playback

Leave your comments below to know your opinion!

Sources: WPCentral

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