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  1. Xsever's Avatar
    As well a ton of people including myself have been bombarding Rogers with complaints over their launch colors (or lack of) and I feel that there could be a small chance that they may launch a second color. They've responded to my complaints saying they've been escalating my feedback as well as others on this matter. So one things for sure is they are aware people are unhappy about black being the only color choice. And they claim to have more info to release on this matter closer launch.
    Check the latest update on Rogers' colours here: http://forums.windowscentral.com/lumia-920/198464.htm
    10-09-2012 03:26 PM
  2. dhledm's Avatar
    I was on the Rogers Facebook site and ranted at them about the Lumia 920 not being available in any colour but black. It's not like Nokia hasn't been out there telling everyone that will listen about the fantastic colours the 920 comes in. Someone from Rogers actually posted a reply saying that they will pass the message on internally. Not sure what that means.

    If AT&T will sell me a Cyan 920 at full price and unlock it same day, I'm in.
    10-09-2012 04:51 PM
  3. Lundon44's Avatar
    I was on the Rogers Facebook site and ranted at them about the Lumia 920 not being available in any colour but black. It's not like Nokia hasn't been out there telling everyone that will listen about the fantastic colours the 920 comes in. Someone from Rogers actually posted a reply saying that they will pass the message on internally. Not sure what that means.

    If AT&T will sell me a Cyan 920 at full price and unlock it same day, I'm in.
    Yeah I found it ironic that one Nokia Canada's Facebook page they plaster their L920 videos and promo info like crazy and every picture of their phone is in any color EXCEPT black. Meanwhile they launch it in black.
    10-09-2012 04:54 PM
  4. manicottiK's Avatar
    The whole "pentaband" and "international" version is a bit confused. There appear to be at least three versions of the 920: one for the U.S. and Canada, one for Australia, and the supposed "international" variety. Here's what I found on Nokia's website:

    U.S.:
    GSM (2G): quad-band (850, 900, 1800, 1900);
    WCDMA (UMTS/HSPA/3G/fake 4G): quad-band (850, 900, 1900, 2100);
    LTE (4G): penta-band (700, 800, 1700, 1900, 2100).
    Nokia Lumia 920 Specifications - Nokia - USA

    Australia:
    GSM (2G): quad-band (850, 900, 1800, 1900);
    WCDMA (UMTS/HSPA/3G/fake 4G): penta-band (850, 900, 1700, 1900, 2100);
    LTE (4G): 6-band (700, 800, 900, 1800, 1900, 2600).
    Nokia Lumia 920 Specifications - Nokia - Australia

    Global:
    GSM (2G): quad-band (850, 900, 1800, 1900);
    WCDMA (UMTS/HSPA/3G/fake 4G): penta-band (850, 900, 1700, 1900, 2100);
    LTE (4G): 9-band (700, 800, 850, 900, 1700, 1800, 1900, 2100, 2600).
    Nokia Lumia 920 Specifications - Nokia
    (The corresponding pages for France, Germany, the U.K., and other countries also show the 9-band LTE that the above "global" page shows. This is what I'm calling the "international" version.)

    The U.S. version has 4 bands of WCDMA vs 5 bands elsewhere.

    The U.S. version has 5 bands of LTE vs 9 bands on the "international" version vs 5 in Australia (with only 3 of the 5 in common with the U.S.).

    So, is this "international" version a real product that end-users will be able to buy or does it simply show the range of frequencies that additional 920 sub-types could have if so chosen by carriers from a new market? If it's a real end-user product, can someone point to actual evidence that it wil be offered for sale?
    10-09-2012 05:03 PM
  5. Lundon44's Avatar
    The whole "pentaband" and "international" version is a bit confused. There appear to be at least three versions of the 920: one for the U.S. and Canada, one for Australia, and the supposed "international" variety. Here's what I found on Nokia's website:

    U.S.:
    GSM (2G): quad-band (850, 900, 1800, 1900);
    WCDMA (UMTS/HSPA/3G/fake 4G): quad-band (850, 900, 1900, 2100);
    LTE (4G): penta-band (700, 800, 1700, 1900, 2100).
    Nokia Lumia 920 Specifications - Nokia - USA

    Australia:
    GSM (2G): quad-band (850, 900, 1800, 1900);
    WCDMA (UMTS/HSPA/3G/fake 4G): penta-band (850, 900, 1700, 1900, 2100);
    LTE (4G): 6-band (700, 800, 900, 1800, 1900, 2600).
    Nokia Lumia 920 Specifications - Nokia - Australia

    Global:
    GSM (2G): quad-band (850, 900, 1800, 1900);
    WCDMA (UMTS/HSPA/3G/fake 4G): penta-band (850, 900, 1700, 1900, 2100);
    LTE (4G): 9-band (700, 800, 850, 900, 1700, 1800, 1900, 2100, 2600).
    Nokia Lumia 920 Specifications - Nokia
    (The corresponding pages for France, Germany, the U.K., and other countries also show the 9-band LTE that the above "global" page shows. This is what I'm calling the "international" version.)

    The U.S. version has 4 bands of WCDMA vs 5 bands elsewhere.

    The U.S. version has 5 bands of LTE vs 9 bands on the "international" version vs 5 in Australia (with only 3 of the 5 in common with the U.S.).

    So, is this "international" version a real product that end-users will be able to buy or does it simply show the range of frequencies that additional 920 sub-types could have if so chosen by carriers from a new market? If it's a real end-user product, can someone point to actual evidence that it wil be offered for sale?
    Sure, right here: Nokia Lumia 920 (Factory Unlocked) PureView 8.7 MP camera ,Windows Phone 8 ,4.5" | eBay

    But now based on this my question is say you carrier offers LTE on let's say 700/1700/2100 and the "international" version only has 2100 in common will I still be able to get LTE or am I required that all 3 LTE bands are there? That was my concern with the unlocked model. I'd hate to lose LTE.
    10-09-2012 05:09 PM
  6. Xsever's Avatar

    But now based on this my question is say you carrier offers LTE on let's say 700/1700/2100 and the "international" version only has 2100 in common will I still be able to get LTE or am I required that all 3 LTE bands are there? That was my concern with the unlocked model. I'd hate to lose LTE.
    Only one band is required at a time.
    10-09-2012 08:59 PM
  7. devize's Avatar
    The whole "pentaband" and "international" version is a bit confused. There appear to be at least three versions of the 920: one for the U.S. and Canada, one for Australia, and the supposed "international" variety. Here's what I found on Nokia's website:

    U.S.:
    GSM (2G): quad-band (850, 900, 1800, 1900);
    WCDMA (UMTS/HSPA/3G/fake 4G): quad-band (850, 900, 1900, 2100);
    LTE (4G): penta-band (700, 800, 1700, 1900, 2100).
    Nokia Lumia 920 Specifications - Nokia - USA

    Australia:
    GSM (2G): quad-band (850, 900, 1800, 1900);
    WCDMA (UMTS/HSPA/3G/fake 4G): penta-band (850, 900, 1700, 1900, 2100);
    LTE (4G): 6-band (700, 800, 900, 1800, 1900, 2600).
    Nokia Lumia 920 Specifications - Nokia - Australia

    Global:
    GSM (2G): quad-band (850, 900, 1800, 1900);
    WCDMA (UMTS/HSPA/3G/fake 4G): penta-band (850, 900, 1700, 1900, 2100);
    LTE (4G): 9-band (700, 800, 850, 900, 1700, 1800, 1900, 2100, 2600).
    Nokia Lumia 920 Specifications - Nokia
    (The corresponding pages for France, Germany, the U.K., and other countries also show the 9-band LTE that the above "global" page shows. This is what I'm calling the "international" version.)

    The U.S. version has 4 bands of WCDMA vs 5 bands elsewhere.

    The U.S. version has 5 bands of LTE vs 9 bands on the "international" version vs 5 in Australia (with only 3 of the 5 in common with the U.S.).

    So, is this "international" version a real product that end-users will be able to buy or does it simply show the range of frequencies that additional 920 sub-types could have if so chosen by carriers from a new market? If it's a real end-user product, can someone point to actual evidence that it wil be offered for sale?
    It seems the Australian site shows the same LTE bands as the international version. I didn't see it originally, so maybe they changed it? I didn't think a phone could support so many bands.
    10-16-2012 01:47 AM
  8. QOAM's Avatar
    I am replying here because the Nokia 920 is a big $$ purchase and wanted you to know this is an honest seller.
    I purchased my Nokia 920 from the eBay seller in your link (sellerid: never-msrp) but it is not my first purchase from her. I bought the Samsung Note (10 inch) several months ago and it had a problem so I returned it. She made the refund IMMEDIATELY. I trust her and her merchandise 100% ... I bought the Red one. Haven't been able to use it yet because T-Mobile is slow in getting me a micro-sim. If it wasn't for the fact that I am grandfathered into a no-slow down UNLIMITED data plan for $20 per phone I would leave T-Mobile. I hate them and I hate their phones. They have never been first with anything so I always have to pay big bucks for my phones etc ... BTW ... This is my first post here. I am Diane. I am a gadgetaholic !!!
    02-04-2013 08:23 AM
  9. QOAM's Avatar
    I received my unlocked International 920 last week. I am getting 3G in Orlando and ONLY Edge in Deltona, Florida. .... I don't know if 4G or LTE is available in either place on T-Mobile ...
    02-10-2013 01:49 AM
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