Nokia Lumia 1020 or Lumia 925? [Poll]

1020 925

In the next couple weeks two of the best Windows Phone devices to ever be made will go on sale here in the U.S. We are speaking of the Nokia Lumia 1020 on AT&T and the Lumia 925 on T-Mobile. These devices are unquestionably the cream of the crop when it comes to Windows Phone devices in 2013 (so far).

This has led to a tough decision for users looking to buy a new phone. These phones are on two different carriers, but could actually be swapped over because of similar bands (LTE might not work, however). Personally, I would prefer the Lumia 925 since I’m not a huge camera buff, but the Lumia 1020 is tempting. There is also the price difference to consider.

What about you? In the next few days these devices will be going on sale. Which one are you picking up? Let us know in the poll below and sound off in the comments!


  • NStyle

    I’m on T-Mobile, so 925

  • Edgar Cervantes

    1020 for the win! There need to be significant innovations in my next phone. The 1020 has them.

  • JSYOUNG571

    Where is the neither option?

  • http://winsource.com/ Joe Fedewa

    That’s called not voting.

  • Sunovavic

    I’m t-mo so I’ll probably wait for the holidays and see they will have a variant… hopefully!

  • Morgan

    1020 – Maybe a 64GB version for the holidays

  • http://josedmorales.net/ Joe Morales

    I want so bad the 1020 but since I’m on TMo :-(

  • Turk

    I believe they both can support the same LTE frequency, so it may be possible to have the 1020 on T-Mobile. The only thing though, is if you get a 1020 on T-Mobile you will either get edge and LTE, no 3g support. I have T-mobile but I really want the 1020. Maybe they will make a 1025, a T-Mobile variant of the 1020, just as they have with the 920.

  • Mike E. Delta

    If someone gets both, in white, can they film a video to parody Portal 2 co-op? =p

  • Carroll Lee

    its not that bad anymore, tmobile is turning up metropcs 1900mhz specture for g4 and 1020 has the band 4 LTE tmobile uses also.