Finnish mobile phone maker Nokia is reportedly gearing up for making its Lumia 920 smartphone available for purchase in Europe in mid-October, starting with Germany.
Running under Microsoft’s Windows Phone 8 operating system
, the Lumia 920 is said to be the most innovative smartphone in the world, and should feature a price tag of €600 ($758, £476) at launch, with 4G LTE capabilities enabled.
Austrian art magazine ‘Future Zone
WMPoweruser) suggests that Nokia is aiming at having the device available in Germany, France, Britain, Italy and Russia, in the beginning, with Poland set to receive it in late October.
Other markets in Europe, including Spain and the Scandinavian countries, should get the phone soon after. A cheaper Lumia 920
is expected to arrive as well, without LTE connectivity inside.
The magazine also suggests that Lumia 820 will arrive on shelves shortly after Lumia 920, priced at around €450 ($568, £357).