It was at the end of last month when we mentioned that the Nokia Lumia 520 could very well be making a beeline for AT&T, and it seems that those rumors were proved correct. Never, ever despise small and humble beginnings, as the Nokia Lumia 520 might not have the kind of hardware configuration underneath its hood to rival other flagship smartphones in the market, but it still packs 4G connectivity, and will be made available for AT&T GoPhone customers who want to pick up a Windows Phone 8 powered device, all for just $99.99 a pop. This means you are able to enjoy the affordability and simplicity without having to worry about an annual contract with its wireless plans. Do bear in mind that the AT&T 3G service is right now available with any GoPhone smartphone plans.
Just what can one expect from the Nokia Lumia 520? For starters, you get an above average 5-megapixel camera alongside Nokia digital camera lenses, a 4-inch IPS LCD WVGA display that works great even when you are wearing gloves, access to free global HERE Maps so that you need not get lost in unfamiliar territory, alongside a slew of goodies that accompany each Windows Phone 8 device. Anyone interested? [Press Release]