One of the biggest disappointments of Nokia's Lumia 920 and 820 announcement earlier this week was the lack of information around both pricing and availability. While we still don't know how much the Lumia 920 will cost, we're starting to get some idea of when it'll be in consumers' hands — Reuters is reporting that two European carriers have claimed they will begin selling Nokia's new flagship device in the second half of November. One of the sources also claimed that "larger countries" would receive the phone earlier in the month. It sounds like the company has planned a month-long rollout across Europe, though we won't know for sure until Nokia or its European carrier partners makes it official. There's still no word on the launch timeframe for the Lumia 820, nor have we heard any info on when both handsets would make their way to the US — but we're hoping to hear all the info sooner than later.