Nokia has announced on its South African blog that the Lumia 920 will indeed be heading to the country. Arriving in November, the Nokia flagship Windows Phone will be available to platform enthusiasts to take full advantage of what the manufacturer can offer with the next version of Microsoft's mobile operating system.
So where will the Lumia 920 be stocked? It'll land at both MTN and Vodacom stores, with the Lumia 820 reportedly following soon after. No word yet on pricing, but we expect to see more details revealed at some point in the future, possibly on or after Windows Phone 8 is unveiled at Microsoft's events.
Source: Nokia; thanks, Graham, for the tip!
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