Nokia Will Probably Roll Out It’s Lumia 920

One of the major discussions at the Nokia World 2012 episode was that the Finnish giant Nokia had failed to offer up an exact date for the purchase of its forthcoming generation of Lumia smartphones.
As per reports, the cellular phones would hit Europe by November’s second week. But, this data was mere rumor and there was no precise date offered.
A fresh report discloses extra info and stated that the Lumia 920 will be obtainable in the United States market on November 2, and may be accessible through AT&T.
Another report said that the cellular giant will begin marketing the Lumia 920, its innovative flagship smartphone utilizing Microsoft’s Windows software, in the month of November in European nations.

The report added up that an administrative at an eastern European operator stated that he would initiate sales of the much awaited handset by the last half of November.

The Lumia 920 may be rolled out on November 2.
As per a report, “Nokia is aiming for a November 2nd launch of its flagship Windows Phone 8 handset in the US. Multiple sources familiar with Nokia’s plans have revealed that the company is currently working with Microsoft and AT&T to complete a number of tests required to sign the device off in time. Microsoft is said to be close to finalizing its Windows Phone 8 software, with a Release to Manufacturing (RTM) due next week.”

The key features of the Lumia 920 are as follows:
• 4.5 inch PureMotion HD+ LCD touchscreen having resolution of 1280 x 768 pixels
• 3G
• Wi-Fi
• Wi-Fi Direct
• Bluetooth v 3.1 with A2DP
• Global Positioning System with A-GPS and Nokia Maps Suite
• 8.7 MP camera together with 1080p HD video recording and a 1.2 MP front facing camera together with 720p video recording
• 32GB internal memory


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