I change phones at a sickening rate. At the end of August I signed up with AT&T and got a glossy white Lumia 900 on contract. Then I heard that the Lumia 920 was coming out and was a much improved version, but there was no firm ETA. Since I couldn't use my worry-free exchange to get a 920 I decided to go back to Android and tried the One X. Of all the gripes I had about the Lumia 900, the camera was the only thing I hated. (Even after the update) Sad thing is, when I got the One X and used it for a while the only thing I LIKED was the camera. I went back and got my Lumia from the AT&T store. (Of course a new one, and this time a cyan in matte finish) Thinking this was going to be my phone for the next 8-12 months I settled in on this until my wife and I starting resuming talks about getting our daughter a phone. With discounts, I could get a Lumia 920 cheaper than any goofy feature phone so my wife had the idea to let me get a 920 on my daughters lines and swap the phones. We did just that and my old Lumia 900 is boxed up and waiting for her this coming Friday night. Yes, she is a little young for a smart phone but I would rather her have this and the multitude of garbage out there. Plus, the actual phone features of the device are reliable.
My 920 is black matte, and generally unnoticable. I prefer it that way because honestly a white, red or yellow Lumia would have gotten some unsolicited stares. The director of our department allows us to plug in headphones to a smartphone or mp3 player and listen to music provided that we only leave one earbud in and don't cause a disruption. If you have a smartphone, you aren't allowed to play with it. In some ways my Lumia 900 in cyan looked like an mp3 player of some sorts, until you saw the Windows button. If all I was doing at the time was touching my phone to adjust the volume, people saw the screen and thought I was playing with it. Now because all of the equipment on my desk is black, no one seems to really care at this point and they figure I'm reaching for something else.
My wife loves my 920 and says that is the phone she should have gotten. Well, either the 900 or 920. She has a Galaxy S III that is so littered with problems she might be done with Android. She might let me root the phone - I figure a pure Jellybean install might give her some better reliablity.