Nokia launches the Lumia 1020 in Russia; available at the N-Store for 26,990 rubles

The Lumia 1020 has launched in Russia and is available at the official Nokia store. Priced at 26,990 rubles ($835), the Windows Phone will also be on display at mobile operator MTS. Already released in numerous markets already, the smartphone is turning heads with its 41MP PureView shooter.

Sure, it's quite the price tag for a mobile phone, but you're investing in the most advanced Windows Phone available. Should the Lumia 1020 not be for you (check out our detailed review for our thoughts), there's always the Lumia 920 or Lumia 925.

We haven't even touched on the Lumia 1320 or 1520 yet. It's going to be quite the line-up. The Lumia 1020 is available in white, black and yellow at N-Store.

Source: N-Store, via: WP7Forum

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  • The more and more I see the white Lumia it makes me consider going to exchange my yellow 1020......hmm. Good for Russia :-)
  • The white Lumia 1020 looks nice but yellow is still my favorite :)
  • I wonder how much the upcoming Nokia Lumia 1520 costs in Russia. In Pakistan, the Nokia Lumia 1020 is still not available. I have been waiting for this phone for about 2 months now. I am getting frustrated now...
  • This phone has just recently been released in India. Maybe it will be released soon in Pakistan, or not at all if it fails to sell well in India.
    Have Nokia said that it will be released in Pakistan?
  • Got mine. Awesomeness. Enjoy Mother Russia.
  • Got mine Yellow one today here in Seden. First in Partille to receive ine :)
  • Already available already
    The thing is not to repeat repeat))
  • Will be launched here in Brazil in Monday, together with the Lumia 925.
  • That price roughly converts to £525 which seems reasonable if the Russian price includes taxes and does not have any other costs on top.
  • The price is higher than our average salary(which is 8000-12000 rubles), but still reasonable. It's 41MP camera we are talking about here.
  • Black one + Camera Grip. Llllllike!