Nokia EOS for AT&T, Laser for Verizon and Catwalk for T-Mobile. Well that makes sense !!

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Above image was caught in a promo video of Lumia 920 at the time of launch. We all expected it to come as the next high-end device from Nokia. It may certainly come in future though :). Recently, 41 MP EOS and Aluminium body Lumia were supposed to be unveiled at MWC along with RM-860 for Verizon. Read our earlier coverage,

http://nokiapoweruser.com/2013/01/23/rumor-lumia-920-with-41-mp-sensor-camera-oisoversampling-coming-to-mwc-metal-body-lumias-also-rumored/

http://nokiapoweruser.com/2013/02/23/nokia-to-upgrade-att-lumia-920-with-lte-band-2-and-band-5-rm-860-hits-fcc-with-verizon-bands/

Also Chris Weber has talked about Nokia’s plan to bring High-end, Mid-range and Low-end devices in 2013 to AT&T, Verizon and T-Mobile.

http://nokiapoweruser.com/2013/01/10/chris-weber-says-att-verizon-and-t-mobile-to-get-high-end-mid-range-and-low-end-devices-in-2013/

Now for a change, The Verge has penned a sensible article 😛 (surprisingly without anything negative about Nokia)  about how Nokia has a complete WP8 device range now and how Microsoft should help Nokia and the Windows Phone platform. In the article they have also mentioned what looks much more promising than earlier rumors. They quote that Nokia EOS is heading to AT&T, while Nokia Laser aka Lumia 928 aka RM-860 is for Verizon and Aluminium body Nokia Catwalk will go to T-Mobile in Summer. This is totally in sync with the high-end strategy mentioned by Chris Weber.

About timing of launches, the FCC entry for RM-860 has got a confidentiality date till 08/14/2013, so don’t expect any high-end launch in near future, unless Nokia has other plans.

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9 comments

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  4. This new Nokia phone coming to Verizon better impress. Hate hearing about phones for months and when they arrive they are only “SoSo” with specs.
    This phone needs Sd slot, bigger batterry(2600 or higher), and to improve their camera quality. We all know Nokia is top notch when it comes to camera’s so make it worth our wild. I rather have a little thicker phone and have all these goodies. I usually add an extended battery on all my phones anyways.
    If they do this I think they will be on top even with WP platform. I’m 44 and I really don’t need to put different screen savers on my phone and add all these extra customization to it. Want a phone with ease, great call quality, camera, and I will be a happy guy..

  5. Art

    I hope this high-end device comes to Tmobile and it’s not “just talk and no action”

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  7. panap

    Its not Lumia 920. See the placement of the speaker, size of the bezel above and below the screen and the location of WP8 capacitive buttons. Its not Lumia 800 either.

  8. So so Hmm 🙂 🙂 This years’s Nokia World will be the place for their unveiling 🙂 Any idea of when Nokia World is scheduled this year?
    Late launches are not a problem.. What we need now is that the products should be self speaking. They should be worth the wait. Nokia should also start playing with specs as is the every other manufacturer. Even though those specs are never fully used, but they sell 😦
    And now after analyzing the 920 sales, Nokia knows an estimate of how much selling potential its devices has. So hope the global launches will be quicker and without any supply issues.

  9. nehul

    Its 920 only
    what is the difference,shown in that promo picture,?

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