What you see on the right could very well be the Nokia Lumia 920 that runs on T-Mobile’s network, putting to bed concerns that an unlocked international Lumia 920 is unable to run on the T-Mobile network. We do know that the Lumia 920 on AT&T will not feature AWS bands courtesy of a device breakdown from the FCC. However, international models of the Nokia Lumia 920 are not similar to the ones found on AT&T, where it will play nice with T-Mobile’s 1700MHz AWS spectrum right from the get go.
Developer units of the Lumia 920, too, have allegedly been touted to run on T-Mobile, at least according to some folks on the Internet. Too bad benchmark fans rooting for the Lumia 920 will not be impressed with the device’s results in speed tests, although TmoNews did manage to muster approximately 12Mbps thereabouts. Does this bit of news make you want to pony up cash for an international version of the Nokia Lumia 920 if you have a close affinity for all things T-Mobile?
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