That means as early as May of next year, Nokia's premiere Windows Phone 8 device could start showing up with competing carriers such as Verizon, T-Mobile, Sprint and U.S. Cellular.
The way smartphone lifecycles tend to go, that should be just in time for a price drop as the next generation of Windows Phone 8 handsets hit the market.
Ready to launch
The phone also boasts an 8-megapixel PureView rear camera, NFC, LTE and wireless charging, among other features.
Here's one video, which highlights wireless charging options:
Users can also use the camera, which provides an augmented reality effect as locations show up as markers relative to where a user points the camera.
AT&T is clearly gearing up for the Lumia 920 launch to be a big one, and with rumors the carrier will start pre-orders soon, the wait can be hard to bear.
Though for non-AT&T customers, the wait might be that much harder.