Gray Nokia Lumia 920 Now Retailing In Hong Kong

By Sumit Passary email: | Jan 26, 2013 10:06 AM EST

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Nokia's Windows Phone 8 (WP8) flagship smartphone Lumia 920 has impressed many smartphone enthusiasts globally and the popularity of the device is growing even more. The smartphone has been initially launched in five colors, and now the handset is available in a new color - gray - giving more choice to potential buyers.

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Nokia released the Lumia 920 in November last year and since then, the smartphone has enticed many smartphone enthusiasts who want to divert from iOS or Android-powered smartphones. The Finnish company unveiled the handset in glossy yellow, glossy red, glossy white, matte cyan, and matte black colors. And now, Nokia is teasing consumers with a matte gray avatar of the phone, currently available only in Hong Kong.

Nokia revealed the gray version of the handset on its Facebook Web page. Reports suggest that the gray Lumia 920 and can be found in the local market with a price tag of 5,598 Hong Kong dollars (approximately $722).

In the U.S., AT&T is the exclusive carrier of the Lumia 920 and offers the handsets in all five colors. Nokia has not confirmed if the gray handset will be exclusive to Hong Kong only, so hopes will be high that the gray iteration of the smartphone may make its way to stateside as well.

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