Just yesterday we reported that Nokia’s upcoming Lumia 1520 would be making its way to the US as an AT&T exclusive, and while that might be a bummer for customers not from AT&T’s network, well it looks like it might not be all that for AT&T subscribers either. It seems that AT&T’s version of the Lumia 1520 will only pack 16GB of onboard storage by default, versus the 32GB option that was announced by Nokia. This was confirmed at both the official Windows Phone website as well as Nokia’s US website. To top things off, the Lumia 1520 for AT&T will be dropping the built-in Qi wireless charging as well.
However it should be noted that the Lumia 1520 does support microSD cards so you can expand the 16GB by inserting a microSD. At the same time we imagine that there are some users out there who would rather not pay extra for a microSD card, and that they would much prefer if the storage was native and built into the phone already, but we guess these are some of the sacrifices you might have to make if you want to get the phone from AT&T!
|Key Specs||Lumia 1520|
|Size (Diagonal, Inches)||6"|
|Processor Name||Snapdragon 800|
|Max. Total Storage Capacity||80 GB|
|Battery Capacity (mAh)||3400 mAh|
|Complete product data||Nokia Lumia 1520 Full specs|
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