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Friday, 20 September 2013 09:18

Nokia gets a big AT&T win

Written by Nick Farrell

6-inch Lumia to launch in November

Despite being flogged to Microsoft, it appears that Nokia is starting to do rather well. AT&T has just agreed to picking up the 6-inch Nokia Lumia 1520, which is expected to launch in early November.

The device will come in four colors, including red, black, yellow and white—most of which have already been revealed in either leaked photos or renders. Pricing for the 6-inch tablet with a 1080P display is purportedly set for $699 off-contract, making it easily one of the most expensive Windows Phones to date and equating what the Lumia 1020 originally launched at for Microsoft Stores.

The on-contract price is likely to be $299 like the Lumia 1020. The Lumia 1520 has yet to be announced by Nokia, but the device is all but confirmed at this point due to the numerous leaks over the last few months. Originally planned to be unveiled at the end of September, that event was postponed.

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