The phone is priced at $608 but that does not account for discounts provided by phone carriers.
The Los Angeles Times reported Tuesday the phone includes 16-gigabytes of memory and an 8.7 mega-pixel camera that is designed to operate under low-light conditions, if necessary.
The phone features a 4.5-inch high-definition screen and metal design with an interchangeable back that comes in yellow, white, black or red.
It uses a Windows Phone 8 operating platform and is thinner and lighter than Lumia phones offered by AT&T or Verizon Wireless.
Nokia did not say when deliveries would start, the newspaper said.
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