Nokia unveiled the Lumia 920 back in September and confirmed that the Windows Phone 8 device would be available for purchase in yellow, red, grey, white, cyan and black.
However, there was no mention of any pink-themed Nokia Lumia 920, though the device recently appeared in Denmark.
We’re not yet sure if Nokia has any plans of releasing this pink/magenta Lumia 920 by the end of the year, but the smartphone has been the star of a video made by Nokia for Open Song Project.
It looks like the Finnish handset maker teamed up with Danish Spleen United electro rock orchestra, in order to offer music lovers the possibility to create their own song using only 16 sounds that have been uploaded on the project’s site.
While the magenta-themed Lumia 920 is not listed on the site, Nokia Denmark Chief of Products, Niels Kjelstrup shows the phone in intro movie for the company’s Windows Phone 8 flagship smartphone.
This would be the seventh color option that potential customers can choose when purchasing the Nokia Lumia 920.
For the time being, there hasn’t been any official word on the possible release of the magenta Lumia 920, but we expect Nokia to release this version pretty soon.
Nokia has already started to ship the Lumia 920 in some European countries, including France, Germany and the UK. The smartphone is expected to arrive in the US at AT&T on November 11 for 150 USD (115 EUR) with a new two-year agreement.
A wide range of accessories will also be available for purchase for those who choose Nokia’s best Windows Phone 8 device to date, the Lumia 920.
Some of these accessories will make it possible for Lumia 920 to charge the smartphone wirelessly. Stay tuned for more updates on the magenta Nokia Lumia 920 and check out the video below.