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Lumia 920 Vs 900 And Verizon


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I have a Lumia 900 that I use just as a wifi device. I got it off of craigslist in order to learn more about it. I am considering moving to a Windows 8 Phone on Verizon but I know they are not going to get the 920. A couple of discussion points here.

 

I wonder if Verizon will get a 920 similiar device or not. Also, I've never popped the SIM cover on my VZW iPhone 4s. I would like to be able to change phones on a whim by swapping SIM cards. My understanding is this is only possible on AT&T.

 

Lastly, I'm looking forward to the Windows Phone update that makes the 900 look more like 8. Update 7.8 is it?

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Just a rumor, but there's a report of a Lumia 922 for Verizon in November which would be a modified 920. I'm hoping for things to get sorted out by the new year when I'm up for renewal so I have some choices.

 

Not sure on sim swapping, When I had my Verizon iPhone swapped (warranty) they swapped sims (old phone to replacement) and I still had to do the online activation.

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I doubt that Verizon with get a Lumia 9xx derivative. I am leaning towards them getting a 8xx derivative though. Which, the Lumia 820 is not a bad phone at all.

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