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Lumia 925 getting tested on AT&T. Specs page also shows compatibility with AT&T’s LTE band 17.

NUSA-PP-Lumia-925-Hero-01-jpg The T-Mobile bound Lumia 925 variant RM-893 has been caught getting tested on AT&T in Occasional gamer stats. Surprising, as it is a T-Mobile exclusive device.


Having a look at the specs page at Nokia Developer and at Nokia USA confirms RM-893’s compatibility with AT&T’s LTE band 17 (700).Untitled1

So, it seems really possible that if it is not coming to AT&T being T-Mobile exclusive, it may still be compatible with AT&T network and users may even be able to use the AT&T’s LTE network. Seems beauty Lumia 925 and beast Nokia EOS both may be available for AT&T users.

Nokia developer link




Nayan has more than 10 years of experience of covering Technology and innovations. He is a big Nokia fan and Tech disruptions aficionado. He loves to review new cool gadgets and writing about Android, iOS, Gadgets and general Technology stuff. He has been associated with other well-known Tech sites WinCentral and GadgetOx since long.

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  • Don’t know where else to say this, but: Why is there now this hard to read typography, retro layout and non-tiling wooden planks on this blog? Nokia goes forward with clean WP8 whereas this blog goes skeuomorph?

    • Kamal Mishra

      Surprisingly, all other readers have appreciated the new layout and design :).

      • w-man

        I like the new layout. I also liked the old one, but commenting is now much easier which is really nice.

        • Kamal Mishra

          Thanks for your nice comment. keep posting!!

  • troll

    Dual sim without the sim . Quality crushing Androids again. I’m really enjoying using Office and Wallet on my Nokia. Add the new camera apps and LiveSight and features keep showing Nokia’s great camera over the lagging behind competition. Amazing 2013. But they always have Nokia to copy.