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Nokia Lumia 920, a.k.a The Incredible Hulk

Thick and heavy, but deliberate

Colors

All about the finish

Lumia 900, meet Lumia 920

Curve-hugger

Stacked side view

Outhulking the HTC Windows Phone 8X

One final look

The Nokia Lumia 920 is a beast of a smartphone, both physically and in terms of its specs. The Windows Phone 8 device features 4G LTE, a very fast dual-core processor, and an 8.7-megapixel camera.
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If you're looking for a light phone, move on. The Lumia 920 tips the scale at 6.5 ounces and measures 0.4-inch thick all around. Its design, though hefty, is sculpted and well-conceived.
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One of my favorite Windows Phone requirements is the camera shutter button on the spine. Globally, the device comes in white, black, yellow, red, and cyan. AT&T will get it exclusively in the U.S.
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The white version has a glossy finish that makes it rather slippery, but some colors (cyan and black) will come matte. All variations retain the Lumia's carbonate unibody design, with no removable battery.
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There are subtle design differences between the Lumia 900 and slightly taller and wider Lumia 920. Some ports have migrated around, and the body shape on the 920 has a rounder back.
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You can really see the 920's curvature and port repositioning here.
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The Lumia 900 (top) and the Lumia 920 (bottom.)
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Although the HTC Windows Phone 8X is thick in the center, its tapered sides give the impression of slimness compared with the Lumia 920.
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If Windows Phone 8 is your jam, the Lumia 920 for AT&T brings wireless charging, a powerful processor, and a high-powered camera into the mix -- but at the cost of lightness and portability.
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