AT&T might soon start offering the Nokia Lumia 520, the entry-level Windows Phone 8 smartphone from Nokia. Consumers interested in a low end Windows Phone should keep their eye and ears open, as the Nokia Lumia 520 might come to AT&T any time.
Popular Twitter source ‘Evleaks’ has posted a new image that shows us the back cover of the Nokia Lumia 520 with an AT&T logo on it. This indicates that the Nokia Lumia 520 might be on its way to AT&T. Evleaks also added a message with this image that said: “It’s coming.”
For those who are not so familiar with the Nokia Lumia 520, the Lumia 520 is an entry-level smartphone that runs on Windows Phone 8. The Lumia 520 is very similar to the Nokia Lumia 521 in terms of specs and design. The Nokia Lumia 520 has a 4-inch LCD touchscreen display with a display resolution of 480×800 pixels and pixel density of 233 ppi. The device is powered by a 1GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Plus processor, Adreno 305 GPU and has 512MB of RAM. The device comes with 8GB of internal storage and also has a microSD card support that supports cards of up to 64GB. The device also has a 1430mAh battery and a 5MP primary camera.
As we have already mentioned, the Nokia Lumia 520 is identical to the Nokia Lumia 521 that is offered by T-Mobile, HSN and Walmart. We also expect it to be priced similarly. T-Mobile sold the Nokia Lumia 521 for a price of $199.99 without having to sign a contract; HSN sold it for $149.95 along with a car charger and screen protector, and Walmart sold the Lumia 521 for just $129.88.