Nokia Launches Lumia 920 in UAE, Pre-Orders Already Sold Out

Lumia 820 announced as well, both arrive on shelves next week

Today, Finnish mobile phone maker Nokia has officially introduced its new Windows Phone 8 devices to the market in the United Arab Emirates, confirming that they will become available for purchase starting next week.

Furthermore, the company has kicked off pre-orders for these smartphones, but has already announced via Twitter that the entire stock has been sold out.

Users in the country who would like to have a closer look at the Lumia 920 before it arrives on shelves will be able to do so on Wednesday, when the company demoes it at the Mall of the Emirates, Dubai, United Arab Emirates.

“Swing by Mall of the Emirates for Lumia 920 demo’s and experience the most innovative Smartphone for yourself,” Nokia UAE notes on its Facebook account.

The new handsets have been unveiled back in early September with a nice range of new features and capabilities when compared to what previous Lumia smartphones from Nokia had to offer to their users.

“Our next generation Lumia family comes with a unique lens that lets you take a series of photos with a single click. You can combine smiles, edit images and enhance in an instant to create that perfect shot that never took place,” Nokia notes on its website.

“The new Lumia family is designed with loads of special features. Like wireless charging built in. Just place your phone on its plate to boost the battery. There are lots of wireless chargers to choose from – including the beautiful Nokia Wireless Charging Plate and the Charging Pillow by Fatboy.”

Lumia 920 was launched with a 4.5-inch PureMotion HD screen, a dual-core 1.5GHz processor inside, 32GB of internal memory, an 8-megapixel PureView camera, NFC, Wireless charging, and a load of other high-end features packed inside.

Lumia 820, on the other hand, sports a 4.3-inch screen, the same dual-core CPU and 1GB of RAM, 16GB of memory, microSD card slot, an 8MP camera with Carl Zeiss optics, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and the like.

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