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[size=2][font=arial,helvetica,sans-serif][size=4]With the release of Windows Phone 8 on the horizon, only one version of the phone will be on all the big carrier and it's the HTC Windows Phone 8X. The main reason it will be the most popular WP8 because every big carrier will have it. Even though the Nokia Lumia 920 is the it or best phone to get, ATT will be the only carrier will have it at launch and people will not switch their carrier to the Lumia 920 with it's PureView. Lumia is not an iPhone. With that said, 8X will have the highest PPI than any other WP8 and it's colorfully design it's a sure winner for a lot of people who is going to upgrade from WP7.5 to WP8 or one of those crappy Android phones. The only big downside is not that internal storage but the lack of microSD that none of the high end WP8 will have.[/size][/font][/size]

[size=2][font=arial,helvetica,sans-serif][size=4]Anyway what's your thought on this?[/size][/font][/size]

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[font=arial, helvetica, sans-serif]Their is one other downside of the 8X is that it will have Beats Audio in it which is just a marketing scam.[/font]

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[quote name='remixedcat' timestamp='1351581797' post='595283973']


I wouldn't mind a 12mo with true unlimited data... not this puny wussy 2GB cap BS that I would blow thru in a week. US carriers suck
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Me either but I don't see anything changing anytime soon.
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Nokia and Microsoft shot themselves in the foot. They can't afford carrier exclusive phones, they need all the business/market share they can get.
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Only 16GB and no card slot.

Sorry, deal-breaker for me :(
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Well, if some T-Mobile users desperately want the Nokia Lumia 920, they'll have to buy them unsubsidized. Since, the Nokia Lumia 920 does support T-Mobile's 3G, I can see a few taking this route.

For the most part, I do agree that T-Mobile's and Verizon Wireless's customers will stick with the subsidized HTC 8X.

What that said, I see absolutely nothing wrong with the HTC 8X. The device is simply gorgeous and its beauty rival that of the Nokia Lumia 920. Clearly, HTC has put some major design work in.

In fact, I am on AT&T, but I am still considering whether I should get the Nokia Lumia 920 or the HTC 8X.
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I think HTC 8X may sell more than Nokia 920 in the US, since Nokia 920 is tied to AT&T only. That will open more market for HTC 8X.

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[quote name='Lord Method Man' timestamp='1352082575' post='595297363']
Only 16GB and no card slot.

Sorry, deal-breaker for me :(
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I struggle keeping more then 200MB free on my 16GB SD card.

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[quote name='Lord Method Man' timestamp='1352082575' post='595297363']
Only 16GB and no card slot.

Sorry, deal-breaker for me :(
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that and lack of nokia apps.. which imo really fill the gaps in the OS. example: Nokia Drive with turn by turn navigation

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