Nokia’s 41-megapixel behemoth 808 PureView was initially announced to become available in most markets around the world, except for the United States.
However, it appears that the Finnish mobile phone maker might have changed its mind, and that it is currently considering ways to launch the device in the country.
In a recent interview with PCMag
, Nokia's U.S. president Chris Weber confirmed the company’s plans to release the unlocked flavor of the smartphone for US consumers as well.
No wireless carrier has announced plans to range the Symbian phone, but the unlocked version should offer support for AT&T’s network (it might prove compatible with T-Mobile’s network as well).
"We'll figure out a way to make that available in the U.S. in the next couple of months," Weber reportedly stated. Third-party US retailers
have already listed the device on their website.