Nokia Lumia 1020 shows up in AT&T's inventory
There's little debate that AT&T customers are in line to get the new Nokia Lumia 1020 and we've received another sign to confirm just that. The Lumia 1020 is now being listed in AT&T product inventory and has been assigned a SKU number. Our anonymous tipster also noted that the Lumia 1020 has been seen in the hands of AT&T employees for testing.
The inventory listing also confirms the black, yellow and white color options that we saw with the Microsoft inventory sheet the other day.
We are still expecting the Lumia 1020 to be available at the end of the month with an out of contract price of $602. Contractual discounts haven't been announce but will surely reduce the pricing significantly ($199 maybe?).
Remember Thursday Nokia is set to officially announce the Lumia 1020 at the Zoom Reinvented event and hopefully pricing and availability will come into sharp focus. And if you're in New York City on Thursday, remember the Zoom Party that Nokia is going to throw that evening. We'll be at both events and will bring you all the news and coverage possible.
Thanks, anonymous, for the tip and screen grab!
Windows Central Newsletter
Get the best of Windows Central in your inbox, every day!
George is the Reviews Editor at Windows Central, concentrating on Windows 10 PC and Mobile apps. He's been a supporter of the platform since the days of Windows CE and uses his current Windows 10 Mobile phone daily to keep up with life and enjoy a game during down time.
Yeah, don't worry about the V too much. I usually just add 2 points to whatever they give to WP phones and I'd be right on the money. Watch this, suddenly the camera will not play such a huge role on the review scale. I'm still laughing at their review about the 925 for lacking color variety or 920 for looking too much like its predecesor. Really? Funny that doesn't seem the hurt Iphone reviews. Also funny is that ever since adroid phones left the Iphone on the dust specs wise, specs stopped being such important factors on reviews. Nevertheless, I thank everyday that Apple didn't come up with NFC, Wireless charging or a 41mp camera first cause we would have never heard the end of that Magical vision. Still, I respect Apple for pushing us this far as that encouraged competition that brought about the 920, S4 and the rest, so I hope they bring their A game with their next phone. Now let's just hope Nokia do not dissapoint on Thursday and they present the new phone with better energy and momentum that previous presentations. I'm still hopping that they'll be offering more than 32gb for the so called 1020. Cheers,
I don't see the Eos selling in Europe, without a carrier attached, as is practice, for less than 700€ (that's around 800$) if the specs you mentioned (41mp and 2GbRam) are accurate.
but i'l be tere in ny thursday to see it for myself
Also, the Vs only real complaints were too heavy and ecosystem. which are true with the latter changing everyday.
I would rather have an all aluminum 909 that wasthinner than the 925 with the same camera.....oh and functional fucking BT.