When Nokia took the stage earlier this week and unveiled their new flagship Windows Phone 8 device, the Lumia 920, they wowed the audience with their new camera technology, the devices unique design and of course the PureMotion HD+ display, with ClearBright technology. They almost did everything right, but they forgot to mention some very important details, a release date, carriers and price.
According to Reuters, we have two out of the three answers to those questions, first it looks like the Lumia 920 will arrive sometime in November for countries in Europe, as for the U.S., while Reuters said around the same time, we’re hearing that the Lumia 920 will arrive on November 2, which leads us to our second answer, which carrier. Like the Lumia 900, the 920 will arrive on AT&T as of right now, it looks to be exclusive.
The last bit of info we need to make this circle complete, is the price. While it was nice to see the Lumia 900 come in at $99, I don’t know if Nokia can afford to take a loss on the Lumia 920, with a better display, a faster processor and what has to be a more expensive camera, selling the Lumia 920 at a loss could cripple Nokia, especially if they don’t sell very many. Nokia needs this device to become a hit and sell millions, otherwise their plans as a Windows Phone only company, may come to an end and we may see “Plan B.”
Via our sister site: WP-Life.com