Swisscom, a major telecommunications provider in Switzerland, has announced via Twitter the carrier will be looking to launch the Lumia 920 late-November, which has been pushed back from earlier reported dates. According to WParea.de, the Nokia Windows Phone was originally slated for mid-November availability with December being the month when the smartphone hits the Swisscom stores.
Unfortunately the tweet that was published earlier today doesn't contain any further information on ordering or pricing.
It's starting to feel like a rather long wait already for availability and pricing for Nokia's latest Windows Phones across Europe and beyond, though Phone House in France is reportedly looking at an early November release. US residents will also be rejoicing early November with the 4th being planted as AT&T's launch date. November appears to be the month for the Lumia 920. It just depends on whereabouts within the thirty days.
Windows Phone 8's launch is later this month and we expect more details be made available around the time of Microsoft's mobile platform being unveiled.
Source: @Swisscom_Care (Twitter), via: WParea.de; thanks, iopa, for the tip!
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