According to some reliable sources, AT&T is set to launch the new Nokia Lumia 920 handset on this Friday, November 9th. But, its contract pricing is yet to be confirmed by the carrier. Some reports are hinting at a $149.99 price tag for the device. It looks like we finally got word from Nokia regarding the price information of the Lumia 920 handset.
Thanks to Nokia mobile website. In the first live tile image (see above picture) you can see it is showing: Lumia 920 for $149.99 with AT&T logo. Of course, the carrier asks you to sign a two-year contract and you will get a 32GB Lumia 920. So, that’s a reasonable price tag for a Windows Phone with PureView Phase 2 technology and Nokia is also rumored to offer a Wireless Charging Pad for free of cost with each handset. If you head over to the source link, you can also see the text has been modified to “in select markets later in 2012″. The off-contract price should be $599.
It’s worth noting that Nokia Lumia 920 is quiet an eco-friendly and its packaging holds up to 60% recycled material, and it is 100% recyclable, and even “all materials of the devices can be recovered as materials and energy.” Lumia 920 runs Windows Phone 8 OS with 4.5″ HD+ display,. There’s a 1.5GHz dual-core processor, 1GB RAM, and an 8 megapixel main camera and also a front facing 1.3MP snapper. It has also got NFC, wireless charging capability, BT 3.1, Wi-Fi connectivity features an comes 32GB onboard storage and it can connect AT&T’s 4G LTE network.
For more information, read: Nokia Lumia 920 AT&T Full Specifications.