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  1. Mystictrust's Avatar
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    So unless Nokia's original estimates were off (or AT&T did some more extensive testing), it looks like the AT&T version has less battery life than the global version. Granted it's not much but I just found it interesting, particularly because I was very impressed with 10 hour 3G talk time. Now it loses an hour talk time and 15 hours music playback time :(

    Nokia Lumia 920 Specifications - Nokia - USA

    Nokia Lumia 920 Specifications - Nokia
    Last edited by Mystictrust; 10-04-2012 at 03:08 PM. Reason: Grammar/typo
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    The 2G talk time took a **** of a hit from 17h to 7.5h. At least the AT&T numbers look more realistic.
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    I also noticed that the international version appears to cover all the same lte and gsm bands as the US version so it should work fine on AT&T here. I was hoping it would have changed to Bluetooth 4 since it passed certification but oh well.

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