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Nokia Lumia 929 reportedly to land at Verizon in November

The rumored new phone will cost buyers $500 off contract, says Windows Phone Central.

The leaked photo of the Lumia 929.
The leaked photo of the Lumia 929. Evleaks

Nokia's upcoming Lumia 929 smartphone could reach Verizon subscribers in early November.

Citing "sources familiar with the matter," blog site Windows Phone Central said Monday that an inventory date of November 6 is listed for the Lumia 929. The device will reportedly sell for $500 off contract.

Little is known about the 929 so far. A couple of alleged photos of the phone leaked last week by @evleaks display the Verizon logo and the 4G LTE designation. Based on FCC documents, the 929 could sport a 5-inch display. The phone will also offer a color choice of black or white, according to @evleaks.

November is likely to be a busy month for Nokia, assuming all the latest reports prove true. The company could launch its 6-inch Lumia 1520 device on November 8 through AT&T, Windows Phone Central said. Both the 929 and 1520 are expected to be among several devices unveiled by Nokia at its Nokia World event in Abu Dhabi on October 22.