AT&T is targeting a November 2 launch date for Nokia’s new Windows Phone 8 flagship, sources suggest, with the Lumia 920 said to be currently in testing at the carrier. Announced on Wednesday, though with no more specific release timescale than “later in the year,” the Lumia 920 is likely to support LTE on AT&T’s 4G network – Nokia confirmed that there would be LTE and HSPA+ versions of the smartphone – though the goal release date could still slip. That’s because the phone is currently going through sign-off testing in AT&T labs, according to multiple sources talking to The Verge, potentially complicated by the state of the software. Read the full story at Slashgear.
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