Tweet says high end Nokia Lumia model coming to Verizon

Tweet says high end Nokia Lumia model coming to Verizon
Verizon customers looking for a top-shelf Windows Phone 8 model have had just one to consider. Because the Nokia Lumia 920 is an AT&T exclusive in the U.S., the HTC Windows Phone 8X is the only Windows Phone 8 high-end model available to those using the nation's largest carrier. Verizon customers who would rather have a Nokia Lumia Windows Phone 8 model are stuck with the mid-range Nokia Lumia 822 which is the carrier's exclusive variant of the Nokia Lumia 820.

But something is brewing, something good for Verizon customers who would like a high-end Nokia Lumia to choose from. A tweet from The Verge's Tom Warren, whose beat happens to be Microsoft, says that "If you're on Verizon and you want a high-end Nokia Lumia. You're gonna be happy soon." Could this mean that the Nokia Lumia 920 or a similar version, is coming to Big Red?

The Nokia Lumia 920 has been red hot lately with long lines greeting the device in China not once, but twice. Nokia has been running a world-wide television campaign urging smartphone users to switch from their current platform, and adding its flagship phone to the nation's largest carrier while having the ad playing on television should generate plenty of interest for the handset at Verizon. But keep in mind that the tweet doesn't mention the Nokia Lumia 920 by name and until we hear something official, keep that salt shaker by your side.

Any Verizon customers out there dying to get their hands on a version of the Nokia Lumia 920?

source: @TomWarren via WMPoweruser

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