When we attended the Nokia Lumia 920 launch event back in September, we got a ton of chances to find out about all the hot new tech that was going into Nokia’s new flagship device. Great features like the camera and “Lens Apps”, and top of the line internals like a Snapdragon S4 processor and wireless charging bult-in.
What we didn’t get to find out is price, availability and what carrier the phone would be on. As of today, we know two out of three. Both the Lumia 920, and the “budget” 820 model, are launching next month, in November, and exclusively on AT&T. We don’t have an exact date yet, but I’d expect it won’t be too late in the month—Nokia isn’t stupid and will want to capitalize on as many Christmas sales as possible.
The pairing of AT&T and the flagship Windows 8 phone isn’t too much of a surprise. AT&T carried the original Lumia 900, the previous Windows Phone 7 flagship device, and as the press materials note, “The unrivaled leader in Windows Phones, AT&T has sold more Windows Phones than any other carrier.”
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Final colors for the phones have been announced as well, and it looks like the slate grey is being dropped from the lineup and the cyan of the original is being reintroduced. The 920 will be available in red, white, black, yellow, and cyan