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Lumia 950 & Lumia 950 XL available November on AT&T, says Lumia US.

Lumia 950 950 XL AT&T

It seems Lumia US Facebook account just confirmed what we had already reported via our sources. Both Lumia 950 and Lumia 950 XL will be available on AT&T beginning in November as per the confirmation from the official account in reply to question asked by an user. Our sources had confirmed AT&T carrying both Lumia 950 and Lumia 950 XL and they had also tipped release date of 1st-2nd week of November.

Microsoft Lumia US Not to worry, Joel – both the Lumia 950 and Lumia 950 XL will be available beginning in November. Hang tight for more details!

You can read about Lumia 950 and Lumia 950 XL pricing and release date for all markets by clicking here. You can read all about Lumia 950 and Lumia 950 XL specifications, features and release markets at our dedicated pages.

[Lumia 950 Page]

[Lumia 950 XL page

We have also posted comparisons between,

that gives you a good idea about how Lumia 950 /XL compare to other flagship devices in terms of specifications, feature and price.

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  • bobe2

    its early November!

  • taco

    “beginning in November” is not the same as the beginning of November. Derp.

    • Kamal

      Per our sources it is early November for sure. Derp.

      • taco

        Then that’s not confirmation from ATT. It only suggests that your sources could be right. 50/50

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