Nokia’s Windows Phone 8-based Lumia 920 smartphone is expected to arrive in stock in the UK at online retailer Expansys in the next two days.
The phone has been one of the best-selling Lumia devices in the past months, but the Finnish handset vendor has had issues with keeping it in stock ever since bringing it to shelves in November.
This week, however, users in the UK will be able to purchase the handset once again, while having to get £574.99 ($935 / 709 Euro) out of their pockets for it.
The smartphone is offered free of contract through the retailer, while also being available for purchase via EE, Orange and T-Mobile on contract.
Starting with January, however, other wireless carriers in the UK (such as O2, Vodafone and Three) will also add the mobile phone to their offerings.
Lumia 920 was made official back in September with a 4.5-inch PureMotion HD+ touchscreen display and with a 1.5GHz dual-core Snapdragon processor packed inside.
The handset also sports 1GB of RAM, along with 32GB of internal memory, with no microSD memory card slot to expand it, though it offers 7GB of free SkyDrive storage.
However, it does sport LTE connectivity, 3G, WiFi and Bluetooth capabilities, NFC, wireless charging, and the usual set of sensors.
On the back, the mobile phone features an 8-megapixel PureView camera with Optical Image Stabilization and support for full HD video recording, complemented by a front camera for making video calls.
Lumia 920 runs under Microsoft’s Windows Phone 8 operating system and comes pre-loaded with a wide range of exclusive applications from Nokia, while also offering support for various apps and games available for download through the official Windows Phone Store portal.