Lumia 920 Down to $69.99 (55 Euro) at Amazon

Only the white flavor of the device is up for purchase today

By on November 19th, 2012 07:24 GMT

AT&T’s Nokia Lumia 920 is a highly popular smartphone, only a few weeks after its official launch, yet users can already purchase it at discounted prices.

Amazon Wireless, for example, lists the phone at only $69.99 (55 Euro) at the moment, with the signing of a two-year contract agreement with AT&T.

The phone was initially launched at $99.99 on contract, yet the retailer has got it down to only $49.99 for a while, and is now selling it at the aforementioned price tag.

The handset is also available for purchase off contract, though it features a price tag of $499.99 (392 Euro) in this case.

Amazon currently lists all five Nokia Lumia 920 colors as available at the new contract price option, though it seems that only one of the colors is actually in stock at the time of writing this article, namely White.

Those who would like to go for the Black, Cyan, Red or Yellow flavors will have to wait a bit longer before the device arrives back in stock and starts shipping to them.

Amazon will inform users on the matter with the following message: “Please note that the item you just added to your cart is currently out of stock or has limited availability and may delay the shipment of your order. We will ship your entire order once all items are back in stock.”

Lumia 920
is Nokia’s current flagship Windows Phone 8 device, officially unveiled back in September, but made available for purchase only in early November.

The handset sports a 4.5-inch PureMotion HD+ touchscreen, as well as a dual-core 1.5GHz Snapdragon S4 processor inside, and 1GB of RAM.

Nokia also packed it with an 8-megapixel PureView photo snapper on the back, with support for full HD video recording, as well as with a front camera for making video calls.

The handset also comes with WiFi, Bluetooth and NFC capabilities, as well as with support for AT&T’s LTE network, 32GB of internal memory, GPS receiver, and the usual set of sensors.

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