Nokia's is head over heels in love with Microsoft's Windows Phone platform these days, but it's HTC that had the business savvy to actually name its next generation smartphones after the Windows 8 platform. To the less knowledgeable shopper, this might seem to indicate that HTC's Windows Phone 8X and 8S devices are the only official Windows 8 phones, even though that's not the case. However, the 8X is certainly a well-rounded phone, and for those who plan on doing a lot of video chatting, it has the highest quality front-facing camera (2.1MP) of the bunch. It's also the only one touting Beats Audio, if you're into that.
For whatever reason, Nokia can't seem to help shooting itself in the foot, and the Lumia 920 is yet another example of this. How so? For all the hype, Nokia decided to sign an exclusive agreement with AT&T to carry its flagship device. Bad move, Nokia. We're still including it here because this isn't AT&T's first rodeo with an exclusive, and also because it's packing an impressive feature list that might allow it to be a success despite Nokia's self-sabotaging business acumen. After all, the Carl Zeiss lens on the Lumia 920 is the real deal, and it has twice the amount of internal storage compared to HTC's flagship model. That could be a deciding factor, since neither device is equipped with a microSD card slot.
I really cant wait for them :)
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