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Nokia Lumia 'Atlas' Press Shots Leaked
Verizon seems to be preparing for a Windows Phone 8 phone soon. A new image of Nokia Lumia Phone with Verizon as its carrier has surfaced on the internet. The phone in discussion is titled as ‘Atlas’. From the image, the device seems to be sporting a 4.3 inch display. The corners are curved and space has been allocated for front facing camera and earpieces. This confirms the previous speculations that were floating around in the online world around a possible Lumia 820 variant launch from Verizon. An announcement regarding the device could arrive quite soon. For the time being, we know that the new device will have LTE capabilities and will share features with Lumia 820 and Lumia 810.
A Lumia 820 variant titled Lumia 810 was announced by T-mobile recently. As per trustable sources, Verizon’s Lumia 920 variant could arrive in November along with Windows Phone 8X.Nokia in the meantime has informed that it will be working with carriers to produce specialized device. This is because specialized devices from carriers have a huge demand in the US market. Both Nokia and Verizon have had huge success in the past with specialized devices. It has to be seen how Atlas manages to impress Windows Phone users.
It may be recalled that very recently a Lumia 822 device with Verizon as its carrier was also released. It has arrived in two colour choices of Gray and White. Verizon had also revealed its plans to release its version of HTC 8X, which will also be released by AT&T and T-Mobile.