MOBILE CARRIER AT&T will announce plans to carry the Nokia Lumia 920 in the US today, according to a Bloomberg report.
Citing two people familiar with the telecom's plans, the report says that AT&T will showcase the Nokia Lumia 920 at an event in New York later today, when it will announce that it will be the first mobile network to bring Windows Phone 8 to the US market.
The loose-lipped insiders added that the country's largest operator, Verizon Wireless, will also start selling a Nokia Windows Phone 8 handset later in the year, although it's unclear whether this will be the Lumia 920 or the mid-range Lumia 820.
There's no word on US pricing or a release date yet, although here in the UK the Lumia 920 is expected to arrive at the beginning of November, costing around £500.
Announced in September, the Nokia Lumia 920 is the Finnish phone firm's flagship Windows Phone 8 handset. The colourful phone features a 4.5in HD display powered by a 1.5GHz dual-core processor and running Microsoft's Windows Phone 8 operating system.
There's also 1GB RAM, an 8MP rear-facing Pureview camera with HD video, NFC technology, microSD memory expansion and support for EE's 4G LTE network in the UK.
Nokia said it was unable to comment on rumours.
AT&T has confirmed that it will be offering both the Nokia Lumia 920 and Lumia 820 on its LTE network in the US. There's still no word on release date or pricing, but the US mobile operator said the two handsets will be arriving this Autumn. µ
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