Nokia Lumia 920 to be launched by AT&T on November 11

While AT&T has still not unveiled the official launch date of its Nokia Lumia 920, the new Windows Phone 8 handset is almost certainly going to be available starting November.

According to BGR, “multiple sources” have confirmed that AT&T is planning to launch the device on November 11.

The Lumia 920 is arguably the best WP8 device you can get this year. Its features include a 4.5 inch PureMotion HD+ display with 1280 x 768 pixels, LTE, 8MP PureView camera, dual-core 1.5GHz processor, 1GB of RAM, and 32GB of internal memory. AT&T will likely sell the handset for $149.99 on contract.

Alongside the Lumia 920, AT&T will introduce two other Windows Phone 8 handsets: the Nokia Lumia 820, and the HTC 8X. It remains to be seen if they’ll hit the shelves the same day as the 920.

Author: Florin

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  • James Davis

    Lumia 920!!!! Awesome!! Last chance to pull Nokia out of the dirt in US

  • Done w/ Apple

    Damn, I was hoping 11/4. Black Matte for me.

  • Anthony Czarnik

    wtf? why does everyone keep pushing this back? sorry to be impatient, but ive been waiting for a LONG time to replace my samsung focus

  • Rangu

    same here… was eligible for contract upgrade 7 months back

  • Jason

    I just kicked Lumia 920 out of my list because I am sick of the delay over and over again.

  • comment_comment_comment

    Relax son, it’s 2 weeks. I think you’ll survive.

  • Finger_Tips

    Why doesn’t AT&T or Nokia release the date already? Is this phone going to arrive so late that it hits shelves after Nokia files for bankruptcy?

  • Finger_Tips

    It’s been two months since this phone was official announced. The November 11 date was announced by the same bogus blogger who stated October 26th would be the release date.

    There is no U.S.A. release date and no pricing. And I am no longer holding my breath.

  • gsjnexus

    Just go get a NEXUS!!!!

  • John Ernst

    Nokia sucks with “exclusive carrier” deals, they need to sell phones not keep carriers happy. Stupid decission amoung the many stupid decissions made by their marketing department, slow to get products in people hands translates to missed opportunites.