By Stephen Schenck | September 7, 2012 11:24 AM
Now that Nokia’s Windows Phone 8 lineup is public, we’re sure many of you are already starting to form your plans to pick up one of the pair, and for those of you looking for a higher-end handset, the Lumia 920 will be at the forefront of your considerations. Though Nokia had plenty of info to share about its new phones, it wasn’t yet ready to share all the details on how they’d launch. Some new rumors attempt to nail-down just when you might be able to hope for the 920 to arrive.
First up, AT&T in the States is rumored to start sales of the Lumia 920 on November 2, just a few days after we’re expecting Microsoft to throw the official Windows Phone 8 launch event. That date’s supposedly the target, but it may change slightly.
As for availability in Europe, we’re hearing that the “larger” countries could hope to get the 920 sometime in the first half of November, generally in the same time frame as it comes to the US. Smaller nations, as well as those in Eastern Europe, may get access to the 920 closer to the end of the month.
There’s still no word on just what the 920 will cost.