Late last night, the pre-order page went live for the Nokia Lumia 1520 on both AT&T and the Microsoft Store. Where should you order your phone? Depends on which perks you want to pick up. Either way, AT&T is already in full preparation to be the sole carrier here in the United States where you can pick up the Lumia 1520. How are they getting ready? By dropping another “Mobile Minute” video and placing demo units in stores.
Head to AT&Ts YouTube channel and you’ll see a series of videos called “AT&T Mobile Minute”. The videos always feature a babe going over some of the specs of the phone that AT&T is currently offering or, in the case of the Lumia 1520, plan to offer.
Who knows when this video was filmed though, because she talks about Nokia’s Pro Camera, which you now just know as Nokia Camera.
We’re also now getting reports of the device popping up as demo units in some AT&T stores. Jason sent us a photo of one from his local AT&T store in Waterbury, CT. The device isn’t for sale just yet in store, but you can definitely place your pre-order there and at the same time get your own hands-on. Warning, this phone is ridiculously big. Also, do you notice the $50 bill credit you get when you purchase the phone?
Thinking of picking up the Lumia 1520? On AT&T it will go for $199 on a two-year contact for the 16GB version that comes in either red, yellow, white, or black. AT&T will eventually be picking up their own 32GB model. Still no word on international availability though.
Did you pre-order the Lumia 1520?
Thanks for the tip and photo Jason W!
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