A Nokia executive shows the new Lumia 920 phone with Microsoft's Windows 8 operating system at a launch event in New York, September 5, 2012.
(Photo : Reuters/Brendan McDermid)
The smartphone battle continues on with Apple's iPhone 5 and Samsung's Galaxy S3, but Nokia is gearing up with their Lumia 920 and prices across the pond could indicate how much Americans will have to offer.
The Nokia Lumia 920 features a 4.5-inch screen with PureMotion HD+ display with a 1,280x768 resolution and 332 pixels per inch (ppi), 3G and 4G LTE, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, NFC, Snapdragon S4 processor, a rear-facing camera with 3,264x2,448 resolution, front-facing camera with 1.3-megapixels and 1,280x960 resolution, and more.
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Prices for Lumia 920, according to Reuters, in Sweden for the 32G variant will be sold at 5,700 Swedish Krona, when converted to the US dollar, it equals to $868.
Meanwhile the Galaxy S3's 16GB device cost 4,515 Krona ($688), while the iPhone 5's 32GB device is expected to sell for 6,995 Krona ($1,066).
In Germany, the Lumia 920 is reported to sell for €649 ($834). It sells the iPhone for €820 ($1,054), the 32GB Galaxy S III for €740 ($951) and the 16GB Galaxy for €530 ($681).
In Italy, the Nokia device will sell for €599 ($770), while the 16GB Samsung S III's €529 ($680).
Over in Russia, Nokia announced the price for the Lumia 920 is set at 24,990 rubles ($802).
According to Reuters, preorders for the Nokia device start on Oct. 29, ahead of its November retail release.
Latinos Post has helped break down and define the specs of the Lumia 920, click here.