What was previously an AT&T exclusive, the green Lumia 1520 is now available for purchase in Germany. The device we are referring to here is the international (RM-937) model of the Lumia 1520.
First announced by Stephen Elop on stage at Build 2014, the matte green Lumia 1520 was made available only to AT&T customers, but because of the network providers commitment with a competing wireless charging association, Qi wireless charging technology was removed from the device. So the international version differs from the AT&T version (RM-940) in three ways; built-in wireless charging, different 3G and 4G bands, and larger internal storage capacities with 32GB on the international model compared to 16GB on the AT&T one.
Otherwise all other specs remain the same including the quad-core Snapdragon 800 CPU, Adreno 330 GPU, 2GB of RAM, 6” 1080p display, 3400mAh battery, 20MP PureView and 1.2MP rear and front cameras respectively, 802.11ac Wi-Fi, NFC, Bluetooth 4.0 and SensorCore technology.
The Windows Phone 8.1-powered handset is available for €419 (~$510) from German retailer Notebooksbilliger.de.