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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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
You can really see the 920's curvature and port repositioning here.
The Lumia 900 (top) and the Lumia 920 (bottom.)
Although the HTC Windows Phone 8X is thick in the center, its tapered sides give the impression of slimness compared with the Lumia 920.
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.