The Good AT&T's Nokia Lumia 820 offers Windows Phone 8, 4G LTE, and a terrifically low subsidized price.
The Bad This Lumia is heavy, a little slippery, and has a short battery life. Data speeds were variable.
The Bottom Line If you're looking for an inexpensive, approachable smartphone with a few more features, the Nokia Lumia 820's price tag is tough to beat.
A high-end Windows Phone steal, with flaws
It may only cost $50 for AT&T after a new, two-year service agreement, but the Nokia Lumia 820 isn't just a pretty price tag.
The third in a series of phones that also includes theand , Nokia's Lumia 820 is the less expensive and slightly less expansive alternative to AT&T's more advanced .
This variation is also heavier than its cohort, has a smaller battery capacity, and exhibits sometimes slower data speeds than expected.