AT&T had an exclusive on Nokia’s first Windows Phone device, the Lumia 900, and now it’s about to have an exclusive on the follow up smartphone.
According to WPCentral, Nokia and AT&T have entered into an agreement under which AT&T will offer the Windows Phone 8-powered Lumia 920 exclusively for six months. At least, that’s what the above image certainly implies. After that, Nokia is free to shop the device to other carriers.
We wouldn’t be surprised to see it show up on another carrier, either, but it might have a different name. The latest rumors suggest that Verizon Will carry the Lumia 822, which isn’t as robust as the Lumia 920. Assuming Verizon’s customers like the 822, we’re guessing it will eventually introduce a different version of the Lumia 920.
WPCentral also got its hands on several AT&T Lumia 920 training videos, one of which we’ve embedded below.