AT&T’s Lumia 920 with Downgraded Battery Performance

The phone’s battery life is shorter on AT&T’s 3G network

By on October 9th, 2012 19:51 GMT

AT&T is the exclusive wireless carrier of Nokia Lumia 920 in the United States, providing its users with the possibility to enjoy the benefits of LTE connectivity on this Windows Phone 8 handset as well, though it all comes with a price, it seems.

The wireless carrier’s flavor of the new mobile phone will hit shelves with lower battery performance than the International version, at least this is what Nokia’s own website shows.

Lumia 920 will offer 9 hours of talk time at AT&T, 320 hours of standby and 52 hours of music playback, compared to 10h, 400h and 67h touted for the international flavor, WPCentral has found out.

Moreover, it seems that Lumia 820’s battery suffered a downgrade as well, with 7.5h of talk time, 260h of standby and 43h of music playback, compared to 8h, 330h and 55h, respectively.

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