The latest flagship smartphone from Nokia, the Lumia 920, is now available to pre-order on EE via Phones 4U and will make its UK debut tomorrow, the phone-maker has confirmed.
Originally expected to land on November 9th, according to EE and Microsoft anyway, the 920 will now go on sale a week early and will be in stores tomorrow, Nokia has told Pocket-Lint.
Phones 4U has revealed contract tariffs for the 920, which is exclusive to EE, the UK’s first 4G mobile operator, at launch. These start at £36 a month on the cheapest plan, which gets you a stingy 500MB of monthly data allowance and you’ll still have to spend £140 for the phone itself.
If you’re the sort to fly business class, meanwhile, you can go for the high-end £56 a month tariff that comes with 8GB of mobile internet use and requires just a £20 one-off payment for the handset. All tariffs come with unlimited calls and texts.
Highlights of the Lumia 920 include a 4.5-inch PureMotion HD+ display, a dual-core 1.5GHz processor to keep things ticking, an eight-megapixel PureView camera with Carl Zeiss optics and 32GB of on board storage for your all content and apps.
Of course, 920 also runs on the latest Windows Phone 8 operating system, which brings a slew of new features and improvements, including a greater scope for customisability and performance optimisations.
Nokia’s mid-range effort, the Lumia 820, is also launching soon on November 7th. Although Carphone Warehouse had put up a pre-order page for it, this has since been taken down for reasons unknown. But we got the skinny nonetheless. On contract the 820 will be available on O2, Orange and Vodafone for free from £29 per month on a two-year term.
Those with spare cash lying around can expect to pick it up SIM free from £379.95.
Stay tuned for more Lumia news and announcements in the days ahead.
The Inquirer, Pocket-Lint