A few days ago, we told you about Microsoft Stores doing a pre-order for the upcoming Lumia 1020 starting tomorrow, July 16th (one day before T-Mobile sells the Lumia 925, fancy that). If you did so, you were going to nab a $79 camera grip accessory for free so long as you do the whole two-year agreement thing.
We noted at the time that in the specifications it listed 32GB and 64GB versions, but we told you that was most likely a typo as only Telefonica (and their sub-carriers) are getting that coveted version. In other words, nothing to see here, please move on.
Granted, some other sites ran with the story as confirmation of a 64GB version and some of you continue tipping us on the rumor, so we’re doing a whole “it’s not happening post” about it.
Once again, we'll definitively state that there will be no 64GB version of the Lumia 1020—at Microsoft Stores or from AT&T—going on sale any time soon in the US. Indeed, if you now head over to the pre-order page on the Microsoft Store webpage, almost by magic, that reference to 64GB is gone.
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