Update: The listing has since been pulled from the Microsoft Store website, but you can see a screenshot below.
Good news tonight for those waiting on the Nokia Lumia 1520, the massive 6-inch Windows Phone with a 1080P display and 2.2 GHz Quad-core CPU, as a release date and pricing have finally been revealed for AT&T.
While AT&T has had their pre-order page up since the announcement on October 22nd, pricing and availability were not known. Now, it looks like the Microsoft Store online has leaked the details via their just launched pre-order page.
The phone, if pre-ordered, has a release date set for Friday, November 15th. Asking price is $199 on a two-year contract and a nicely priced $549 off contract. The color options will of course be in yellow, red, white and black.
The downside to the AT&T Lumia 1520 we already revealed last week: no built in Qi-wireless charging and only 16 GB of internal storage. While the latter option was probably meant to keep the price down, the former change was due to AT&T’s support of the alternative PMA wireless standard. Those buying the Lumia 1520 can optionally buy a wireless charging back plate, but the feature won’t be built into the device, unlike the international version.
Other features of the Lumia 1520 include 2 GB of RAM, expandable storage via microSD and a 20 MP PureView camera with improved optical image stabilization (OIS).
With only nine days until release, it shouldn’t be too long before we have this colossal Windows Phone in our hands. The only question left is, who’s getting one?
Source: Microsoft Store; Thanks, xscess, for the tip!
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