This whole Windows Phone 8 launch has been decidedly murky, with the finer details of the operating system remaining a mystery till the eleventh hour, and release dates being vague at best.
“Where the handsets be at?” is an entirely valid question at this stage. Well, we’re now told that the Nokia Lumia 920 in particular will arrive on November 2. Heck, that’s this Friday.
That’s the good word according to the ladies and gents at Pocket-lint, who’ve been speaking directly to the Finnish manufacturer.
A November 2 release date for the Nokia Lumia 920 would in fact be one week earlier than the date mentioned previously i.e. November 9.
As we heard on Monday, the Nokia Lumia 920 will be exclusive to EE (and Orange and T-Mobile) and Phones 4u in the UK.
On Everything Everywhere, you can grab the Nokia Lumia 920 for £129.99 up front, with 500MB and unlimited minutes and texts for £36 per month (24 months). That’s a total of £993.99.
The priciest 24-month plan extends data to 8GB, reducing the up front cost to £19.99 but increasing the monthly tariff to £56. That’s £1,363.99 total.