AT&T’s Nokia Lumia 1520 may have passed the FCC
With Verizon’s Nokia Lumia 929 Windows Phone phablet expected to be released on November 6, AT&T users may wonder when their carrier will launch its version of the device – the Lumia 1520. Well, previous rumors had it that it would also happen in November. And that’s quite possible – now that two Lumia 1520 models (RM-938 and RM-940) with AT&T-friendly LTE connectivity have been approved by the FCC.
The RM-940 has built-in wireless charging capabilities, while the RM-938 does not (but still supports wireless charging). One of the two is likely going to be sold by AT&T.
If everything goes as expected, the Lumia 1520 and 929 will be announced by Nokia on October 22. The company’s first Windows RT tablet (Lumia 2520) should be also announced then, maybe alongside the Lumia 525 and some new Asha phones.
While sharing most of their features, Verizon’s Lumia 929 and AT&T’s Lumia 1520 will be differentiated by the screen size: 6 inches on the 1520, and slightly less on Verizon’s device.