Nokia shows Lumia 1020 smartphones on the production line

With AT&T now taking pre-orders for the Nokia Lumia 1020 in the US, you might be wondering if the actual smartphones are in mass production. Well, worry no more, as Nokia's head of sales and marketing Chris Weber decided to use his Twitter account to show a rare glimpse of a smartphone productiion line.

Weber's Twitter post is as follows:

The Windows Phone 8 powered Nokia Lumia 1020 is currently scheduled to ship to AT&T customers in the US next week for the price of $299 with a two year contract. It's also supposed to launch sometime this quarter in China. In the UK, Three has promised to offer the smartphone later this year, as will Telefónica, which will also offer a special 64 GB variant under its O2 brand in the UK and Europe, along with Latin America under the Movistar and Vivo brands.

We've also reported that two German retailers have priced the regular 32 GB version at €799 EUR but there's no word on when it will be released in that part of the world.

Source: Chris Weber on Twitter

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