Nokia will start selling its flagship Lumia 920 smartphone in November, according to an industry report.
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Earlier this week, Nokia unveiled the Lumia 920 and its smaller Lumia 820 smartphone in New York, but the company raised eyebrows when it didn't reveal pricing or when the devices will hit the market.
Now, Reuters is reporting that the Finnish-based company has its sights set on launching the 920 in November, citing sources at a European telecom operator. The report it is still unknown when the Lumia 800 will go on sale.
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The new devices will introduce the next phase of Windows Phone to run on Windows 8, and is part of an effort for the company to better compete against mobile big hitters such as Apple and Samsung.
The new flagship phone — featuring a 4.5-inch 720p, curved glass display — supports wireless charging and touts Nokia’s PureView camera, along with a 1080p HD camcorder. It also packs a Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 processor, 1GB RAM and 7 GB Skydrive memory, the company’s cloud storage service.
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