AT&T has become the first US mobile operator to sell Windows Phone 8 devices. All three WP8 handsets that have been previously announced by AT&T are available for purchase as of today, November 9: Nokia Lumia 920, Nokia Lumia 820, and HTC 8X. And all are LTE-capable.
The Lumia 920 is available in no less than five color versions (black, white, cyan, yellow and red), and AT&T is asking only $99.99 for it on contract. The off-contract price isn’t bad, either: $449.99. A Nokia Wireless Charging Plate is included for free (however, this “will ship at a later date”.) You can buy the Lumia 920 online here.
The HTC 8X is offered by AT&T with two storage options: 8GB ($99.99 on contract) and $16GB (149.99 on contract). I see no reason for anyone to buy the HTC 8X instead of the Nokia Lumia 920, since the latter has 32GB of internal memory, and comes with that amazing PureView camera.
Lastly, the Nokia Lumia 820 is costs $49.99 at AT&T (on contract, of course), and can be bought here.
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