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Nokia Lumia 920 Rumored To Launch On November 11th On AT&T Exclusively

Just yesterday, an Italian carrier known as TIM originally tweeted that they would be launching the Nokia Lumia 920 on November 12th. People were definitely excited, but it rose the following question: when would we see it in the United States? There has been multiple sources telling BGR that the device will be available on AT&T in the United States starting on November 11th, two days after Samsung’s Galaxy Note II launches on AT&T. In the United States, the device is going to be an AT&T exclusive (much like the iPhone was for a while), unless you just happen to be famous actress Jessica Alba who able to get a red version of the device. She was probably given it for free, in fact, she was probably given a couple for free! TIM has also sold out of its pre-orders for the Nokia Lumia 920, which makes me think that the device will be seeing some good success when it eventually does become available in the United States. This is definitely good news for Nokia.

Back to the topic of AT&T’s launch of the device. Sources have been saying that the Nokia Lumia 920 will be available on AT&T exclusively with three different colors. Last week Best Buy had also started taking pre-orders for the new smartphone set at a mere $149.99 with a two-year contract. The listing later disappeared from Best Buy’s website for some odd reason. Later on, the handset was listed with a “Sold Out” banner. That said, the Nokia Lumia 920 is definitely going to be getting some good publicity pretty soon here.

At the same time, this November 11th rumored launch date seems to actually dovetail with the tweet that was earlier released by Italian carrier TIM. It will be exactly one week past the original November 4th launch date that we originally heard passing through the internet earlier this month. Whatever the case, with rumors, you really need to take them with a grain of salt, but at the same time multiple sources are confirming the same thing. That said, I think we can at least expect the Nokia Lumia 920 to launch earlier on in November.

If you haven’t heard of the Nokia Lumia 920 before, it is going to be running Windows Phone 8 with a 1.5GHz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon processor. You should also keep in mind that this guy will have capabilities with 4G LTE.

All in all, let’s hope these rumors turn out to be true. I for one would not mind to see this bad boy do really well in the market despite how crazily popular it is with Android and iOS devices. Windows Phone 8 has a lot of promise, and I think a lot of us would hope for it to succeed.

Is anyone going to be getting the Nokia Lumia 920 when it releases in the next month or so? It is definitely a cool phone. It does not have all of the bells and whistles that a lot of Android devices have had so far, but it is definitely going to be a good handset nonetheless.

source: phone arena

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  1. Galaxy Note II and OTHER SAMSUNG phones better?
    Which? What Samsung phones?
    Galaxy note II, whether it’s out or not at this moment, the 920 is superior with all its Camera features and QUALITY; Screen resolution (Pixel density), Maps, (Augmented reality). And yes the music is free with no need for apps or 3rd party. and ETC

    Note II is faaaaaar from superior. It does have more memory and bigger screen (a bit too large for most folks) and some other very minor advantages which is debatable depending to the user.

    Most will take features and quality over size and features.

  2. Oh and yes, the Nokia Lumia 920 has bells and whistles, but not as much as Samsung has been putting in their phones as of late, imo.

  3. I’m not sure why you’re comparing it to future phones to defend your point, the Note 2 for instance is not out yet so it doesn’t qualify as an existing android device, the exact words were “have so far”, and 1080p doesn’t exist either. I don’t think Jan was offended by what you said, and I think he’s correct in pointing out that the Nokia 920 not only has all the bells and whistles but has more than existing Android devices, so your statement doesn’t make sense to me either.

  4. It’s got the best camera, which is best in low light conditions, and has best image stabilization (for pictures and movies). It’s got the best resolution, you can use a fork to tap the screen. It’s got wireless charging.. it’s got a fresh and snappy UI. the list goes on. Yeah, other phones may someday have better resolution, other features, etc. But I think it’s safe to say this is the best phone – to date – in many areas.

  5. Galaxy Note 2 for one thing. Free music can be found anywhere without any sort of pirating as well. I’ll give it to you with highest ppi, but when the true 1080p HD smartphones come out, I doubt the Lumia 920 will be the top in that area.

    Keep in mind that I did not say the Lumia 920 sucks. I expect it to be a really good handset that many will people will enjoy. No need to get offended, my friend.

  6. Lumia 920: “It does not have all of the bells and whistles that a lot of Android devices have had so far..”.

    Ummmm, as far as the iphoney 5, your statement may hold true, but the Lumia 920? I and many people would love to hear what droid’s you are referring to when comparing.

  7. “It doesnt have all the bells a lot of Android deviced had so far…”

    What are you talking about? The lumia 920 has the best features of all smartphones. Supersensitive touch, best camera 8.7 Mp OIS lense, wireless charging, highest ppi, augmented reality, Nokia Maps, Nokia transport, Free music….

    Please tell me, what Android device has better specs?

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