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  1. un hombre's Avatar
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    Here is an interesting piece of information for you.

    To give you some background, Lumia 920 is very scarce in Poland and its delivery was postopned a couple of times. I have just received an email from the shop I ordered it, that the delivery should finally come later this week, but... The model number is now 920.1 and it seems to be some updated version, that may be addressing some issues with the first model.

    i cannot confirm this to you but after hearing this I felt sorry for those that got the phone in the first wave and have problems with them.
    It also made me cancel the order and see how this new phone will look like/perform...
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    Funny you mention it, my NOKIA Lumia 820 I bought last week in the UK SIM Free is called the "Nokia 820.1" on the box: NOKIA Lumia 820.1 CV GB 4G Ready (SIM Unlock) - a set on Flickr

    I wonder if it's anything to do with models that are NOT 4G Activated at the point of purchase, but rather later through an Update?
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    Sometimes companies use .1 .2 .3 .4 to distinguish between colors / sizes since it is easier for them to manage it. I do hope I am right and they aren't coming out with a new model, that would be very ... unpleasant lol.
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    And the one I got in the US on release date (9 November) is labeled on the box as 920.2
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    I can confirm that the Rogers version is labeled as 920.3
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    It is probably a region designation. European markets would be .1, US .2 and Canada .3.
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    Makes sense - I've got a 920.1 (UK)
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    The last thing I think Nokia and Microsoft would want to happen is a complete redesign of the Lumia 920 come out for all the major carriers within the next six months, leaving anyone with a first gen 920 out to pasture. There is already a poor perception issue with the Lumia 900 from Nokia because it was just launched in April 2012 and here we are in November with a brand new model. Saying we couldn't see a new Lumia from AT&T between now and this time next year would be foolish. What concerns me is that there is such a drastic push to make new devices every year when the hardware out now is more than capable to handle most operating systems.
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    Ok, nevermind then :p
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    Anyone with 920.1 with working LTE? I can only seem to get 4G working... if I leave my apartment.
    It doesn't even show up as an option in my networks menu.
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    Quote Originally Posted by o4komodo View Post
    Anyone with 920.1 with working LTE? I can only seem to get 4G working... if I leave my apartment.
    It doesn't even show up as an option in my networks menu.
    have you updated your device to Portico???
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    NCS keeps giving me errors on my desktop and netbook. Tried over 10 different ROMs.
    Again, 4G [wcdma] works but no LTE. And that's only if I leave my apartment building.

    After A LOT of researching I found that the only LTE/WCDMA band that is supported on the 920.1 in Canada is the 2100 frequency. No clue why I don't get 4G IN my apartment or even LTE though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Torpis View Post
    Makes sense - I've got a 920.1 (UK)
    I saw a 920.1 & 820.1 for sale today in Vietnam.
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    920.1 - RM-821
    920.2 - RM-820 for AT&T (no AWS for 3G, LTE bands 4/17)
    920.3 - RM-820 for Americas non-AT&T (pentaband 3G, LTE bands 2/4/5/17)
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    Here is all the clarification you need guys Global Lumia 920 gets FCC certification

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