On Tuesday, AT&t has already released the prices for its Windows Phone 8 devices. The three new phones are wished to appeal to different crowds of customers.
Although a blue or yellow-colored version with half memory will be available for a price of $99.99, to be identified as an exclusive product, the Windows Phone 8X from HTC will cost $199.99 with a 2-year contract. Both of the versions will be available in the market by Thanksgiving as reported. This can be combined with a wireless charging case, but it’s only optional.
Meanwhile, the Verizon Wireless version has a wireless charging already built-in on the device.
The Nokia 920 is priced at $99.99 along with a contract and the Lumia 820 is priced at $49.99. These two models will be available in the market by the end of this week, but pre-orders start on Wednesday.
Another exclusive is that Lumia 920 will be coming in with a wireless charging pad for free, considered as a limited promotion for the device.
Moreover, AT&T will be having the biggest line-up of Windows Phone 8 smartphones to be sold. It officially was released the previous week as part of Microsoft’s major step towards selling next-generation OS on multiple platforms.