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Nokia Lumia 820

Nokia Lumia 820

Nokia Lumia 820

Everything you need to know about the Nokia Lumia 820

Keeping in line with the Lumia line but stepping it back just a little, the Nokia Lumia 820 will have a similar polycarbonate, uni-body design as the Lumia 800 with removable backplates. Make no mistake, this is a Lumia.


Key features:  8MP Rear Camera, VGA Front-Facing Camera, 4.3" AMOLED Display, Dual-Core 1.5 GHz Snapdragon S4, 1GB of RAM, 8 GB Internal Storage with expnadable microSD slot, 1650 mAh battery, Wireless Charging, NFC, Windows Phone 8.

Pricing: Coming Soon.

Availability: Now. Check local market.




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Nokia Lumia 920, 820 available in Middle East on November 25th

Nokia has announced availability and pricing for both the Lumia 920 and Lumia 820 Windows Phones at a press event held in Dubai, UAE. We previously looked at reports the Finnish manufacturer was planning to launch handsets in the GCC market, which has now been officially confirmed with said announcements.

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Carphone Warehouse UK offering free Windows 8 Pro upgrade when buying a Lumia 820

In one of the more creative offerings we have seen to get people to buy new Windows Phone 8 handsets, we like this one from Carphone Warehouse.  By simply purchasing a Nokia Lumia 820 you qualify for a free upgrade to Windows 8 Pro on your PC. (Unfortunately, Phones4U have an exclusive on the 920).That reinforces the notion that Microsoft (and their partners) are really pushing the idea that the desktop OS and phone are companions.

Fans of Microsoft's mobile OS for years have clamored for such a marketing campaign and now it looks to finally be happening. Thanks, Louis B, for the photo!

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Deal: Walmart offers AT&T Nokia Lumia 920 for just $49 and $0 for the Lumia 820

For some odd reason Amazon Wireless is not yet aboard the Lumia 920 train but Walmart sure is, as they have put the device on sale on their site. What's more, they have even undercut AT&T by selling the device for $50 cheaper at just $49.99 on a two-year contract. That's one heck of a deal if you're looking to jump in on what we consider to be the best Windows Phone around.

The off-contract price is still at an over-inflated $699, so there is no deal there. Colors are cyan, white, black and red with yellow noticeably absent. In addition if you look closely, they have the 820's image instead of the 920 for the black version. Whoops!

And if you're into the Lumia 820 that of course has been dropped from AT&T's $49 price to just $0 on a two-year contract.

Head to Walmart to check for your regional availability. Thanks, Vishnu S, for the heads up!

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Nokia Contacts Transfer, transfer your contacts with ease

If you are new to Windows Phones and are dreading having to find a way to transfer the contacts from your old phone to new, we may have a solution for you.

For those opting for the Nokia Lumia 920 or 820, Nokia has the Contacts Transfer app that will facilitate the transfer of contacts from Symbian, Android, iOS and Blackberry phones via Bluetooth.

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New Windows Phones featured in the WPCentral Forums

So you've battled the elements, traffic and long lines and have gotten your hands on a new Windows Phone. While you're waiting for your new Nokia Lumia 920, Lumia 820 or HTC 8X to charge up you can head over to the WPCentral Forums and chat it up about your new phone.

We have a new HTC 8X forum where you can discuss everything from Verizon's offerings to performance issues with the 8X.

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AT&T Customers line up for the new Windows Phones

Today's launch of the AT&T Windows Phone 8 devices was sure to draw lines at some stores. Dare I say it was a perfect storm type event with the launch of the Nokia Lumia 920, Lumia 820 and HTC 8X on the same day?

Readers are reporting a mixed bag with some stores not having any of the new phones in stock to stores with plenty Lumia's in stock but no 8X's.  WPCentral reader, Jignesh, sent us the above picture from the AT&T Store at Irving, Texas of customers lining up to buy the new Windows Phones.

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KPN looking to push Windows Phone in the Netherlands

Dutch provider KPN is looking to push Windows Phone in the Netherlands, according to a report over at Providing Windows Phone with a 'substantial share', the provider is set to take full advantage of business opportunities it sees with the platform.

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Nokia to offer free wireless charging plate to many Lumia 820 and 920 customers

Looks like AT&T giving out free charging plates to those who purchase a Lumia 920 may be part of a bigger proposition. The good news come by way of UK seller Phones4U who put up a link and details on how to get a free charging plate with your 820 or 920 purchase.

The site, appears to be very much like the free-Lumia 710 back-cover offer from earlier in the year, whereby you purchase your phone and then apply for a free add on accessory, in this case the Nokia wireless charging plate. Details of the offer state that it will be offered from November 2 through December 31st, with the application process starting on November 16th.  User should visit the site within 14 days of their purchase, punch in their unique IMEI number, fill out the application and they should have their new charging plate within 28 days.

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AT&T Nokia Lumia 820 and 920 coming November 9th for $49 and $99

It’s official. AT&T has just announced the date and pricing for the Nokia Lumia 820, Lumia 920 and the HTC 8X as well and by our estimates, AT&T is getting very aggressive with pricing here.

The Nokia Lumia 920 will be available this Friday, November 9th for just $99—a full $50 less than what Best Buy was pricing the device at just a week ago. In addition, AT&T will be offering a free wireless charging plate with each purchase of the Lumia 920 while supplies last. Windows Phone Central accurately brough you that news a few days ago. Preorders start tomorrow, November 7th.

The Nokia Lumia 820 will fetch for just $49, also available on Friday, November 9th with preorders also beginning tomorrow.

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Nokia to launch Windows Phone 8 hardware in the Gulf market

Nokia is planning an event next Monday to launch its new Lumia Windows Phone 8 handsets in the Gulf market. According to an article in the popular Saudi Arabia newspaper Alriyadh, the manufacturer is expected to price the new hardware at no more than SR2300 ($613), which was revealed during GITEX Dubai last week.

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