A Nokia Lumia 800 model from 2011. (Photo : Wikimedia Commons)
Despite the fact that AT&T controls the rights to Nokia's Lumia 820 and 920, it appears other phone providers will have their own versions of the phone shortly.
One of those companies includes Verizon, who according to Business Insider will get two modified Lumia models.
The phones will be modified based of the Nokia 820 and 920.
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"The Lumia 920 is powered by a dual-core 1.5GHz processor, 1GB RAM, 32GB storage and features a large 4.5-inch HD touchscreen, 8.7-megapixel PureView camera, front-facing camera and Windows Phone 8 mobile operating system out of the box," according to Pophearld.
Expect the 920 to be sold in Verizon stores sometime this November and for a cheaper price then the iPhone 5 as well. AT&T will be releasing their two phones on Nov. 4 according to Phones Review.
T-Mobile has already reveled to the world they will be selling altered versions of the Lumia 820, but will call it the Lumia 810 instead. No release date has been announced.
Most of the main features for the Lumia 810 have been released to the public though.
The 810 will come equipped with the only unlimited nationwide 4G data plan and a 4.3-inch OLED WVGA Clear Black display. The phone also powered by Windows Phone 8, making it easy for users to personalize their phones while being able to stay connected to friends and loved ones easier than ever before.
In total, there are at least five different types of two Lumia phones that will be sold all around the same time.
Nokia can't release the same phone to every carrier, making things much harder on the company then it should be. It's believed that because they aren't in the same level as companies like Apple and Samsung they can't dictate decisions like that just yet.
The company must feel pretty good about the demand for the phone though, and one site even has the Lumia 920 listed higher than the best-selling iPhone 5.
According to Auto Mobile, compared to the iPhone 5, the 920 has the advantage in many ways.
Owners can charge their phones wirelessly where as you have to use a wire to charge a iPhone 5. The 920 is also available in more colors like red, blue and black whereas the iPhone 5 is available only in the set base color. The PureView megapixel camera and PureMotion HD Display are also much better than the iPhone options for both.
Make sure to do your research wisely before purchasing one of the phones, things could get a little confusing.