The Nokia Lumia 1520 is the company's high-end "phablet" Windows Phone. The 16GB variant is currently available at numerous outlets within the US, as well as AT&T for direct purchasing. The mobile operator has yet to launch the 32GB version of the Windows Phone, but this could well change soon as we've learnt that January 10th is believed to be the day when AT&T opens up orders.
It's been known for a while that the 32GB version of the Lumia 1520 would be heading to AT&T in due course, and we're sure consumers who are after more internal storage than what's currently available will be pleased to see such a launch. It's also worth noting that both models come with microSD support, allowing you to add a further 64GB to the table.
We've attempted to reach out to AT&T for further confirmation and will update you accordingly. Are you waiting for a Lumia 1520 with more capacity? Sound off your thoughts in the comments.
Update: We understand that the Lumia 1520 will be DF (Direct Fulfillment) only, meaning you will have to go online to order and not via stores.
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