The most popular Windows Phone 8 handset, Nokia Lumia 920 has just landed in Spain. The smartphone is exclusive to Vodafone, which means that customers will have to sign up for a new agreement with this carrier in order to get the device.
According to Telecompaper, Vodafone Spain is offering the Nokia Lumia 920 in Black and White for business customers and the self-employed.
The smartphone is available for prices ranging between €0 to €55/$75 on 2-year contracts. However, individual customers in Spain can also grab the Lumia 920 for pricing raging between €0 to €51/$70 per month with the Vodafone Red Pro tariff plan.
The Vodafone Red Pro tariff plan offers customers unlimited voice calls and SMS, as well as 2GB for mobile data traffic, VoIP access and 4GB online data storage space.
Even though the smartphone is only available at Vodafone, we expect that the Lumia 920 will sell out in a few days due to high demand or low supply. It’s unclear why Nokia and Vodafone introduced the Lumia 920 only in two colors, black and white.
Anyway, the Lumia 920 has been selling well in all the countries that Nokia launched it. As a matter fact some carriers and retailers that offer the smartphone depleted their stocks before they even got on sale.
Backlogs for Nokia Lumia 920 are huge and the Finnish handset manufacturer doesn’t seem to bother to fulfill the high demand for its flagship smartphone.
According to the latest hearsay, Nokia had some troubles with the components of the device, which is why it cannot ship more units to carriers and authorized resellers.
In the same piece of news, Nokia Lumia 920 is now shipping with Windows Phone 8 Portico, though we don’t have a confirmation from Vodafone Spain yet. Portico update is meant to improve the phone’s PureView camera and brings several bug fixes that enhance overall stability.