Nokia unveiled another Lumia handset, the 820, which will accompany the 920 announced earlier in the morning Wednesday. The Lumia 820 offers a slightly smaller profile with a 4.3-inch screen with similar styling compared to its larger sibling.
Users will get the chance to change the look of the 820 with exchangeable covers, which will come in various colors. One cover will allows the 820 to also support wireless charging. The device will support many of the new software features developed by Nokia including CityLens. But it won’t support Nokia’s PureView camera technology. The pricing and availability were not released but device should begin to appear in the fourth quarter.