Is Now the Perfect Time to Buy a Nokia Lumia 920?

nokia_lumia_920yellowLet’s face it while the Nokia Lumia 920 is now officially no longer the “King of Windows Phones” it’s still a damn fine device and worth buying.  Especially now that  we are less than two weeks away from the Lumia 1020 coming to AT&T and this will leave a huge stock of 920 being sold for cheap! Does this make it the perfect time to buy one? 

If you are in the US I’d wait just a little longer you can get locked ATT models for around the 250USD mark but I expect them to go down to around the 200 range in a few weeks.  However if you live overseas or need an unlocked 920 they have hit the magic price point of 300USD this what Nokia Lumia 720 is going for!  You can get the big papa Lumia device for the price of his younger son.  This is a win if I ever saw one people.   Also this is the price that the Lumia 1020 is going for on contract so this will be the price point set by people looking to pay for their next Nokia Lumia fix.

If you are worried about being left behind I wouldn’t be…everyone at the 1020 launch assured me that most of the software from the 1020 will make it’s way to the 920 including the awesome new Camera Pro interface, GRD2 Update, Amber update, and Microsoft will update your 920 to Windows Phone Blue and beyond.

If I had to recommend a specific carrier branded device I’d try to get a Rogers device.  I have an unlocked one myself and bought it because it has no branding on it what so ever and it’s pentaband like the developers devices.  This means it’s bound to work with any carrier you have no thinking required.  Need more info? Still confused? Leave your questions in the comments or feel free to send me a tweet directly I love to help.


Lenny Bonsignore
Lenny Bonsignore
Lenny Bonsignore @LennyBons34 is Owner/Editor- in -Chief of OneTechStop, Sports fan, Tech guy, & Mailman by Day [email protected]

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