It certainly took Nokia and AT&T a little longer than expected to bring Lumia 1020’s on-contract price down from $300 to $200, but once that threshold price point has been reached (only a week back,) it seems there’s no limit for how low it could all go.
Today, it’s $150. Next week, it could be $100. Or it could be $200 again, so if you’re willing to take the risk, be sure you can handle the consequences.
Anyways, what say we’ll all live in the moment for once? If you’re with me, visit Amazon now and you’ll see AT&T’s exclusive phone listed at $149.99, no matter its color variant: be it yellow, white or black (the red one is still impossible to score anywhere in the world).
The even better news? Amazon charges 150 bucks for the Nokia Lumia 1020 regardless of your current status as an AT&T customer. In other words, both new and existing users of the network are treated the same. Isn’t that neat?
It is, but I’ll tell you what’s neater. The phone’s 41 MP Pure View camera with Carl Zeiss optics, optical image stabilization, Xenon and LED flash. The pre-loaded Windows Phone 8 Amber is not too shabby either, while the 4.5-inch HD screen and dual-core 1.5 GHz processor are, let’s say, honorable. Bottom line, this fellow is a must buy at $150.
<Source: WM Power User>