New videos have leaked online showing the Nokia Lumia 920 in action. The videos appear to have been made by AT&T in the USA, they seem to be internal training videos helping to prepare shop staff to flog the new colourful range of WP8 smartphones. In the US the Nokia 920 is an AT&T exclusive handset.
The first of the videos starts with a graphic “DEVICE LAUNCH, Nokia Lumia 920, with Windows Phone 8”. This introductory video does serve as a good introduction to the Lumia 920 and its capabilities including a smattering of details about the Windows Phone 8 OS as part of the Windows ecosystem, the Pureview camera, some hardware and screen specifications, wireless charging and City Lens application.
AT&T has focused upon another two aspects of the Nokia Lumia 920 as stand out selling points. Above we have a video all about wireless charging of the soon-to-be-released smartphone. The wireless charging plate (mat), the wireless charging stand and the JBL power-up wireless charging speaker are all featured.
Lastly we have a video showcasing the Nokia City Lens app & Tap and Share. City Lens is an interesting new way of finding nearby “attractions, restaurants, shops and places of interest”. Tap and share is exactly what it sounds like, sharing media with another NFC capable device.
The latest pricing indications we have seen come from the German tech retailer Media Markt online store. The pair of new smartphones is listed on the website with availability on 15th November 2012. The Nokia Lumia 920 is listed at 649 Euros including sales tax, this equates to £527. The Nokia Lumia 820 is listed at 449 Euros including sales tax, this equates to £365. Those figures indicate an even more expensive Lumia 920 than earlier indications showed (scroll to bottom of article). Both devices are pre-orderable in a range of four colours on MediaMarkt.