So the other day we reported that the 32GB version of the Nokia Lumia 1520 would be made available on AT&T’s network on the 10th of January, and sure enough it has. If you thought maybe a default storage of 16GB was too little for your tastes, you can now head on over to AT&T’s website where you will be able to order the handset, which at the moment is priced at $249.99 on a new two-year contract. This is compared to the 16GB version of the Lumia 1520 which at the moment is still priced at $199.99 on contract.
It should be noted that the Lumia 1520 does come with expandable memory but we guess there are those who store a lot of movies and music on their phones and find that the default storage and microSD might not be enough. Users will be able to expand via microSD for an additional 64GB, meaning that if you were to get your hands on the 32GB version of the Lumia 1520, you should have a maximum storage of 96GB! That’s a lot of movies and music you will be able to keep on your device. Interestingly enough AT&T’s website lists the device as unavailable at the moment and might require the customer to go into a store to purchase.
This seems to contradict earlier rumors that suggested the phone will be only available online. Perhaps AT&T has yet to make it available, but the listing suggests that you should be able to purchase very soon.