Nokia Lumia 920 Coming to Sweden in Mid-November via Telia

The smartphone will be available for around 700 USD (545 EUR)

  Nokia Lumia 920
Nokia Lumia 920 will be globally rolled out within the next few months. However, we still don’t know for sure which country will get it first.

Nokia Lumia 920 will be globally rolled out within the next few months. However, we still don’t know for sure which country will get it first.

According to the latest hearsay, some European countries will get it in late October, while North Americans will be able to purchase it from early November.

Unfortunately, we don’t have any confirmation that these rumors are accurate, so we will have to wait until October 28 when Microsoft is set to officially unveil the Windows Phone 8 platform, along with details on the devices’ prices and availability.

Nevertheless, that doesn’t mean we cannot speculate on Lumia 920 price tag and release date, especially that we get new details almost every day. Well, today is one of those days that bring new info on the smartphone’s release.

The folks over at WMPoweruser have just been tipped on the upcoming launch of the Nokia Lumia 920 in Sweden. Surprisingly, the Finnish company won’t introduce the smartphone in Sweden earlier than mid-November.

Rumor has it that Nokia Lumia 920 will be available at Telia starting week 46 of the year, so Windows Phone enthusiasts should expect it to go on sale sometime between November 12 and 18. Obviously, this has to be taken with a grain of salt until we get more info that might confirm it.

It’s been confirmed that the smartphone will cost 4700 Swedish krona, which is about 700 USD or 545 EUR, outright.

For those who don’t remember, Nokia Lumia 920 has been recently listed on pre-order by a Swedish retailer for 560 GBP (700 EUR), which is way over the suggested retail price.

It is also worth mentioning that the Lumia 920 is expected to go live on Netcom and Chess as well, but we have yet to confirm the smartphone’s price and availability, so stay tuned for more updates on the matter.

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