Rogers to Launch Red, White and Yellow Lumia 920 Flavors Soon

The carrier should bring the new color versions to shelves in a few weeks

Canadian mobile phone carrier Rogers was the first wireless operator in the world to make the Nokia Lumia 920 smartphone available for purchase on its network, though it launched it in a single color flavor, namely Black.

However, it seems that this is set to change in the coming weeks, as the carrier is gearing up for the release of the device in new color options.

Red, White and Yellow variants of Nokia’s flagship Windows Phone 8 device are set to become available through the carrier soon, Rogers has confirmed today.

For the time being, however, no specific info on when the new flavors will be released has been provided, but it should not be too long before they make an official appearance, that’s for sure.

“We’re excited to announce that we’ll be offering the Nokia Lumia 920 in red, white and yellow. These devices will be available in Rogers stores in the coming weeks and are also available on the Rogers Reservation System now for existing customers to reserve,” the company announced.

As MobileSyrup notes, users can already register for the purchase of one of the new Red, White and Yellow Lumia 920 models through the Rogers Reservation System after providing a $40 deposit.

One thing that is certain, though, is the fact that Lumia 920 will keep the same price tag despite its changing clothes, meaning that users will be able to grab it at CAD $99.99 (USD $101 / €76) on a 3-year contract, or at CAD $599.99 (USD $609 / €456), if they choose to go for a month-to-month deal.

No changes will be made to the phone’s specs list either, and Canadians will enjoy the same 4.5-inch PureMotion HD+ screen on its front, along with the dual-core 1.5GHz Snapdragon S4 processor, 1GB of RAM and the 8-megapixel PureView camera on its back.

The handset also features Bluetooth, NFC and Wi-Fi connectivity, wireless charging, 32GB of internal memory, GPS receiver, front camera, and all the capabilities that Microsoft has packed inside its Windows Phone 8 platform.

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