Rumors by Andrew Kameka on Friday September 07, 2012.
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When Nokia debuted its new Lumia 920 Windows Phone 8 device earlier this week, CEO Stephen Elop refused to share any specific details about its price or release date. Reuters now reports that Nokia's flagship phone will debut in select European countries this November.
Elop would initially commit only to saying that the Lumia 920 - and the Lumia 820, its mid-range Windows Phone 8 offering - will be available in the fourth quarter of 2012. Reuters reports that a source at a European operator says the Lumia 920 will go on sale in the second half of November. The phone will be available first in large European markets, and then go on sale in Nordic countries beginning in mid-to-late November. The Lumia 820 would arrive soon after the Lumia 920 debuts in each market.
Nokia has not yet revealed any specific launch dates for its new Windows Phone 8 smartphones, but the company has said that the Lumia 920 will debut in Europe, Asia, and North America. U.S. carriers have yet to announce any release dates, but TheVerge reports that AT&T hopes to begin selling the Lumia 920 on November 2.source: Reuters