Nokia Lumia 1520’s 32 GB Version DISAPPEARS at AT&T, Lumia 1525 Incoming?
A few days ago, we were talking about the fact that Nokia Lumia 1520 has recently received a really cool green color at AT&T. But now it seems that the 32GB version of the smartphone has been discontinued.
It seems that US wireless carrier AT&T has removed the 32GB version of the Nokia Lumia 1520 smartphone from its website, as only the 16GB variant os listed as available for purchase at the moment. There hasn’t been made any official announcement, so maybe the version is just out of stock.
Previously, when the new green color version of the large Windows Phone smartphone was released, it was available only in the 16 GB flavor. Now, it seems that the same thing has been done for other models, as well. So, if you’ll go ahead and check AT&T’s website, you’ll see that the 32 GB version is absent.
The old link for the 32GB device variant won’t work, and you’ll get the message that the device is no longer available in your area. However, the 32GB Lumia 1520 can still be found in the carrier’s brick-and-mortar stores, but we don’t know for sure for how much more. A possible reason for AT&T ditching the 32 GB version is because the carrier is getting ready for the release of a new large Windows Phone handset which could be the Lumia 1525.
The Lumia 1525 would be an improved version of the Nokia Lumia 1520, and it could be released at the three biggest wireless carriers in the United States – T-Mobile, AT&T and Verizon. It’s said to get released with a newer, Snapdragon 801 processor inside, and it could maintain the 6-inch touchscreen display and the 20MP camera.
Software-wise, it could get the Windows Phone 8.1 Update 1 operating system out-of-box, which would bring many new useful features. We’ve reached to AT&T for a comment and will let you know what they say.