Nokia will be launching the Lumia 920 on February 14th, according to a report over on Gizmodo. The flagship Windows Phone will be available for R$1,999 (approximately $1,000) and in the black version. The pricing may appear to be slightly on the high side, but Nokia will attempt to dampen the blow with a USB portable DC-16 charger (not wireless) bundled with the first customers who pre-order the handset.
The Lumia 920 sports a 4.5-inch display, 1.5GHz dual-core processor, 1GB RAM and 32GB of internal storage among other features. As well as the Lumia 920, Gizmodo has also learned that the Lumia 820 will be heading to Brazil later this month. They're hinting at February 21st and a price tag of between R$1,500 ($750) and R$1,600 ($800).
If you're looking forward to getting one for yourself, be sure to get in quick on the 14th of this month to be with a chance on pocketing the free portable charger.
Source: Gizmodo; thanks everyone who tipped us!
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