For those who are anticipating the Nokia Lumia 920, the newest Windows phone built on Windows 8 technology, the wait has been painfully slow. What’s worse is that the release date as of yet has still not been announced. Here we will give you our best guess and update this page whenever any news changes on the release of the Lumia 920.
The latest report is that the Lumia 920 should be released on Friday, November 9. This is two days ahead of the previous rumor of November 11.
A report today claims that AT&T sources have said the release date for the Lumia 920 will be November 11, 2012.
Prior to the most recent announcement, it was widely believed that the Lumia 920 would be released on November 4, 2012. There has still been no official announcement, however. Most experts agree that it will come very shortly after the October 29, 2012 event called “Meet Windows Phone 8.” Based on the timing of that event, we have seen guesses as early as November 2, and as late as November 11.
Expect more details to be released at the October 29 event.
Some of the anticipated features of the Lumia 920 are its interfaced based on the Windows 8 OS, advanced camera, wireless charging, and “tap + send” feature which allows users to trade information by tapping their phones together. It will also be AT&T’s first 4G LTE Windows 8 phone. The 920 will be available in red, white, black, yellow and cyan. The interface is already very similar to existing Windows phones, but previews of the Windows 8 phones show an improved overall experience.
See the video below for a more comprehensive preview of the Lumia 920.
Not excited about the Lumia in the US? Apparently smart phone consumers in Europe are chomping at the bit for it – read more here.
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