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Lumia 920 and 820 priced on AT&T, pre-orders begin 7th November

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Gallery Photo: Nokia Lumia 920 hardware photos
Gallery Photo: Nokia Lumia 920 hardware photos

AT&T has unveiled its final pricing and launch dates for its range of Windows Phone 8 devices. Nokia's Lumia 920 will be made available on AT&T for $99.99 on November 9th, with pre-orders starting on November 7th. Nokia's Lumia 820 will also launch on AT&T on November 9th for $49.99, with pre-orders on November 7th.

AT&T also confirmed its HTC Windows Phone 8X pricing. The handset will launch at $199.99 for a 16GB version and $99.99 for an 8GB version, both will be available before thanksgiving. AT&T will stock exclusive Limelight Yellow and California Blue color variants of the 8X with 8GB of storage for $99.99. AT&T informs us that it will also include a free wireless charging plate with each purchase of Lumia 920, for a limited time.

Update: The Nokia pre-order pages are now live on AT&T's site, revealing the "no-commitment" (off-contract) pricing for both Lumias. The Lumia 920 will be available for $449.99, while the Lumia 820 can be had for $399.99. That's competitive when compared to similar Android and iOS devices, although obviously doesn't match the LTE-less Nexus 4 for value. No-commitment pricing for the HTC Windows Phone 8X hasn't been released yet.