So it shouldn’t be too long before Nokia unveils their newest Windows Phone device, the Lumia 1020 with its 41MP camera, and according to recently leaked spec list, we can expect the phone to come packed with 32GB of onboard storage, which in all honesty isn’t too bad. However we expect that more media heavy users who feel that 32GB is not enough for all their games, music, videos, not to mention the photos they will be taking using the phone’s 41MP sensor. Well as it turns out there is a 64GB version of the Lumia 1020, but the bad news is that it will not be headed for the US, at least not anytime soon.
According to a draft press release the folks at Windows Phone Central managed to get their hands on, Telefonica, who owns carriers such as O2, Movistar, and Vivo in the European and Latin American regions, will be the ones who will be getting the 64GB model exclusively. The device is planned for a release in September although it was not mentioned how long this exclusivity would be for, but in the meantime if you were planning on getting the Lumia 1020, you can expect 32GB of storage for now.