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  1. jalb's Avatar
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    I don't like the screen size, but at $250, maybe I can overlook that.
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    A 620? I don't see why you couldn't throw an AT&T SIM in it if you're so inclined. As long as it supports the right standards, GSM 850 & 1900 MHz and hopefully LTE too, it should work just fine. Just make sure you get an unlocked one. Bear in mind an unlocked one may cost more though. Even though I have 920, I'm digging the 620 too. Seems like it will be a great phone.
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    I can't believe this phone making me have second thoughts on my new 920, but I love the size and price of this phone. And that replacable earplug thing rocks! It should work on AT&T, but from what I've read, this is only going to be a 4G phone, no LTE. I don't remember where I read it, but it's probably b/c this phone is meant for the global market. We dont' even have word on a US release.
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    So does that mean that Nokia will be selling an international version on their website?
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    Quote Originally Posted by cruzr96 View Post
    And that replacable earplug thing rocks!
    What's that?

    Quote Originally Posted by cruzr96 View Post
    Ithis is only going to be a 4G phone, no LTE.
    LTE is one of the 4G techs. ;) That SoC Nokia is using on this phone really doesn't go together with LTE and in general adding having LTE on it kind of defeats the purpose of this phone by increasing the battery usage and jacking up the price. Also this isn't really phone to be bought via operator.

    Don't know much about the bands used in USA, but the Lumia 620 supports:

    GSM 1800
    GSM 1900
    GSM 850
    GSM 900
    WCDMA Band I (2100)
    WCDMA Band II (1900)
    WCDMA Band V (850)
    WCDMA Band VIII (900)
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    I think AT&T uses 1900.... there's no LTE in my area and none in the works, so that's cool too.
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    I'm quite interested in this one as well. I'm considering dumping Verizon and moving to Straight Talk (which uses AT&T bands), and I don't see why you couldn't use it on AT&T.

    I wish the screen was just a bit bigger too but the price is right for sure.
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    Yeah I like this phone too! its not a brick like the current line up of wp8 phones. Although those are awesome, they are too big IMO. This should work with t mobile's new 1900 band after the refarm right?
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    Quote Originally Posted by socialcarpet View Post
    A 620? I don't see why you couldn't throw an AT&T SIM in it if you're so inclined. As long as it supports the right standards, GSM 850 & 1900 MHz and hopefully LTE too, it should work just fine. Just make sure you get an unlocked one. Bear in mind an unlocked one may cost more though. Even though I have 920, I'm digging the 620 too. Seems like it will be a great phone.
    I have a 920 but I also agree. I'm interested in this little phone. I'm thinking it would be nice to replace my Zune HD. ;) Also good to swap out with my 920 from time to time. $300 unlocked though. Hmmmm. I'll think about it. Tax return might make that easier to swallow! :p
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    I wasn't going to own up to it but with this many people interested in the 620 I might as well confess that I want one. lol

    It will work fine on at&t except no lte, I am not sure if I will miss it, but the size is definitely very appealing.
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    I received mine last Friday in Green! Works great on AT&T. It is not a 4G phone by design, but has 4G (LTE) profiles. I had to set up the data and text data connection information as the phone is unlocked. $299 with free delivery and no tax from GSM Nation.
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    Very interested in this phone
    Nokia Lumia 1020/Blu Studio 5.0 LTE owner here...

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