By Sumit Passary | Sep 11, 2012 10:52 AM EDT
Finnish smartphone maker Nokia recently revealed its Windows Phone 8 OS handsets Lumia 920 and Lumia 820. Nokia did not confirm when the phones will hit the shelves, but rumors indicate that both the smartphones will be available in the U.S. on AT&T from Nov. 2 onwards.
"AT&T is currently testing the Lumia 920 in its labs, with a view to launching it on November 2nd, we're told. Microsoft is tentatively scheduling its own Windows Phone 8 launch plans for October 29th, just a few days before the expected launch date for the Lumia 920," reports The Verge.
T-Mobile U.S. is also expected to offer Lumia 820 from the first week of November, and Verizon users can anticipate the high-spec Lumia 920 on the carrier from the beginning of November.
"We continue to have healthy conversations with Nokia," said Marni Walden, chief operating officer of Verizon. Verizon confirmed that it is planning to offer its users an array of Windows Phone models, but the carrier does not disclose the handsets that will be on offer.
Along with the U.S., a Reuters report claims that the Lumia 920 will also go on sale in Europe in November.
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