Nokia Lumia 920 and Samsung Galaxy Note II hitting AT&T on October 21

According to information from sources being cited in a report on BGR, AT&T is set to release both the Nokia Lumia 920 and the Samsung Galaxy Note on October 21. Apparently, these will be among the US carrier's flagship offerings from the 2012 holiday season. The Samsung Galaxy Note II is the successor to the wildly successful original Galaxy Note. The Nokia Lumia 920 is one of the first smartphones with Microsoft's Windows Phone 8.

What Else You Need To Know

  • The Nokia Lumia 920 was launched alongside the Nokia Lumia 820 with Windows Phone 8 in New York.

Other sources

With so many rumours it should all be taken with a pinch of salt, but at most it seems Nokia’s flagship phone is only 5-6 weeks away. - Surur, WM Power User  
AT&T to launch Nokia Lumia 920 and Samsung Galaxy Note II on October 21st  

Nokia unveiled its flagship Lumia 920 smartphone during a press conference last week.

WM Power User
Nokia Lumia 920 coming to AT&T on October 21st!  

The handset was rumoured for a 2nd November release in USA, following the official launch of Windows Phone 8 on October 29th, another rumoured date.

Rumor – AT&T to launch the Lumia 920 October 21st  

The flagship Windows Phone from Nokia is reportedly going to launch on October 21st.

Lumia 920, Galaxy Note II launch October 21 on AT&T
AT&T Galaxy Note 2 Release Date Pegged for October 21st  

The Galaxy Note 2 could hit AT&T on October 21st alongside the Lumia 920.

Samsung Galaxy Note 2 headed to AT&T on October 21st?  

It seems that Samsung is attempting to copy the successful world-wide launch of the Galaxy S3, with head JK Shin pointing towards October as the date of the Note 2′s general launch.

Rumor: Samsung Galaxy Note II Might Be Hitting AT&T October 21st
Android Guys
Galaxy Note II reported to arrive at AT&T on October 21
Droid Life
Galaxy Note 2 Launching on AT&T October 21?
AT&T Getting Lumia 920 Much Earlier Than Expected?  

A new rumor, though, claims that the 920 could arrive quite a bit earlier than anyone else had been suggesting.