Nokia Lumia 920 Available at £459.95 in the UK

It is sold SIM-free, but compatible only with EE, Orange and T-Mobile services

By on December 18th, 2012 15:54 GMT

Nokia’s Lumia 920 smartphone, the flagship Windows Phone 8-based handset from the company, is now available for purchase in the UK and is a bit cheaper than before.

The phone can now be purchased via Phones4U at only £459.95 ($745 / €565) contract free, though it would still be locked on the networks of wireless carriers EE, Orange and T-Mobile.

As mentioned above, the handset is being sold SIM-free, but only the yellow version appears to be available at the retailer.

Even so, it’s still an appealing deal, considering the fact that other retailers no longer have the phone in stock.

Recently, online retailer Clove UK announced that it would receive the next Lumia 920 stock only in mid-January, though it would sell it both SIM-free and unlocked.

At EE, however, Lumia 920 can provide users with access to 4G data transfer speeds on the wireless carrier’s LTE network.

Nokia’s flagship Windows Phone 8 device also sports a 4.5-inch PureMotion HD+ touchscreen display, along with a dual-core 1.5GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 processor.

The handset was launched with 1GB of RAM inside, as well as with 32GB of internal memory, but with no microSD memory card slot to expand it.

Lumia 920 can also provide users with support for full HD 1080p video recording courtesy of its 8-megapixel PureView camera, as well as with video chatting features via a secondary front-facing camera.

Nokia packed the device with Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n, DLNA, Wi-Fi hotspot and Bluetooth connectivity options, as well as with NFC capabilities, wireless charging, and GPS with A-GPS and Glonass support.

The smartphone also features wireless charging capabilities, and it is being sold at Phones4U with a free wireless charging plate included in the package. Those who would like to learn more on the available deal for this Windows Phone 8 device should head over to this page on the retailer’s website.

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