In a recent move AT & T has slashed the price of the Nokia Lumia 920 to 99 cents and it is one of the offerings of the Windows 8 phone. The Nokia Lumia 920 recently received a drop in its price late August when the carrier announced that the price of the phone will drop down from $99 to $49. This price fall was due to the launch of the Nokia Lumia 925.
The Nokia Lumia 920 was launched on AT & T a year back and it had a successful stint in the market since then. Now the carrier is all set to launch the first tablet of Nokia the Nokia 1520 device next month at this time. This may be the phone that will place the Nokia 920 into oblivion. This will be a warm welcome for many who are looking for some new fresh faces from the Nokia Lumia phone lineup.
There are some potential customers that have received the Nokia Lumia 920 for 99 cents before the price of the phone was dropped by the carrier. There are some people who still buy their phones via the Internet and they are always looking for great deals on websites like Amazon.
This phone has been very successful and has been responsible for about 13% of the Windows phone handsets in the USA and it is now the third popular mobile in the nation presently. Another Nokia Lumia mobile is currently making news and it is the Nokia Lumia 1020. This phone has been recently considered to be a hit at a blind photo competition among some big phone names in the market. These names include the HTC One, The LG G2, the iPhone 5c, the iphone 5S, Samsung Galaxy and some other big shots. All the photos got resized to a 13MP frame with their EXIF data removed. Readers later were asked to name the photo they like the best and the Nokia Lumia 1020 emerged the winner. In fact the phone managed to grab about 62% of the poll that is a pretty good response. Samsung Galaxy followed suit with 20% of the votes followed by the rest. The test was indeed an interesting one and it is great news that a Lumia handset emerged the winner. This does encourage Nokia and it is hoped that more high quality camera phones are churned out in the market in future!