The top of the Finnish Lumia range will be introduced to UK consumers in a couple of weeks. The news of which, has now been revealed by Nokia retailers.
Phones4U (opens in new tab) is already taking pre-orders on-line, with the website announcing 27th of April as its delivery date. For the British customers, this retailer will be releasing the white version of the device, on a two-year contract, with O2.
Carphone Warehouse expects (opens in new tab) the Nokia Lumia 900 to be available sometime in May. The latest smartphone in Nokia Lumia line up was introduced to the market in January, at CES in Las Vegas. Nokia Lumia 900 runs from Windows Phone 7.5, known as Mango.
The smartphone also comes with "a dazzling 4.3in touchscreen", a high-end 8-megapixel camera with a Carl Zeiss lens and a sleek design.
Nokia and Microsoft expects this premium device to push Windows Phone and the Nokia brand, to a better position in the smartphone market. One of the selling points of the Lumia 900 is the support for LTE.
However, there are no 4G networks in the UK at present and the Lumia 900 will just get DC-HSPA features. The Nokia Lumia family are already a feature in Briton, as the 710 and 800 models are already a firm fixture.
The lower-end version, Lumia 610, is also expected to be available soon.
Source: Zdnet (opens in new tab)