No news on specs yet but and it's a variant of the 820. The Atlas will sport a 4.3” display and takes on a nicely curved design
The question is where is the 920 variant Do get me wrong it nice to see a Nokia on VZW but after seeing Nokia's highend device I'm not settleing for anything lower.
I'm right there with you. I'm not going to buy a screen that has 800x480 resolution, I'm not going to buy a camera that isn't the OIS or BSI, and I'm not going to buy a lower quality screen image. Oh - and I want the Nokia Marketplace apps, so a Samsung or HTC phone won't do. Sorry....
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Oh the Nokia apps that alone sets the phone apart from HTC and Samsung. Granted I know HTC has their own apps but I don't think they are of the same quality as Nokia's.
Heh. Looks like a lower end phone. Won't be compatible with 810/820 accessories. Unless the camera and screen are upgraded with 920 parts, this looks like minimal effort from Verizon.
Eh. Not impressed, I really hope that this is just a lower end Nokia phone that Verizon will offer and they still have a high end phone up their sleeve.
I'm not impressed at all. This looks like the Lumia 710 with a bigger screen. Looks like HTC 8X or Ativ S are my options for Verizon unless a 920 variant is coming.
I sincerely hope this in NOT the 820 varient Verizon is getting. In comparison to the AT&T and Tmobile versions this thing is butt ugly! What the heck Verizon? Why do you meddle with a great design? Nokia got it right the first time...your meddling to get a unique phone is ruining that beautiful design. That is, if this is REALLY the phone you are releasing, So sad!