Russia was only one of the European markets that received access to Nokia’s Windows Phone 8 devices today, as users in Italy and Germany can also place reservations for the two handsets now.
Nokia has confirmed that these phones will hit shelves sometime in November, and has also confirmed price tags for them.
Thus, the Lumia 920 will be available in Italy at €599 ($770), while being priced at €649 ($835) for it in Germany. The Lumia 820 will cost €499 ($645) in both countries.
These are the only European countries confirmed to receive the two phones
in November, yet the Finnish handset vendor is expected to announce more of them in the not too distant future.
Running under Windows Phone 8, both phones should prove highly popular once released, especially the Lumia 920, which is said to be better even than the new iPhone 5.