AT&T adds 32GB Nokia Lumia 1520 to its lineup

The 32GB version of the Windows Phone handset costs $250 with the usual two-year contract.

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Consumers searching for the 32GB version of the Noka Lumia 1520 can now find it through AT&T.

The 1520 is available through AT&T's Web site and retail stores in a matte black color. The phone runs $250 with a two-year agreement and $640 without a contract. Buyers who opt for AT&T's Next installment plan pay either $24.62 or $32 a month.

In-store pickup for online purchases of the 32GB 1520 is not an option; instead online orders are shipped directly to your home. The phone was listed as out of stock earlier in the day, but the Web site now shows it as available. You can also click on the link to "check in-store availability" to see if the phone is on the shelves at your local AT&T outlet.

AT&T has been selling the 16GB edition of the phone since last November. Offering a screen size of 6 inches, the 1520 packs in a 1,080p HD display, a 20-megapixel camera, and a quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor.