THE LATEST flagship Windows Phone device, the Nokia Lumia 900 has gone on sale in the UK earlier than expected.
That's thanks to Phones4u, which told The INQUIRER that it has already started sending out shipments of the Lumia 900, despite earlier expectations of a release on Monday, 14 May. However, the phone shop only has the white Nokia Lumia 900 in stock at present, with the black and cyan models expected tomorrow.
The retailer added that it's not yet shipping handsets bought on O2 contracts either, with those still set to start shipping on Monday as originally planned.
If you fancy picking up Nokia's 4.3in screen Lumia 900, Phones4u is offering the phone for free on a 24 month £36 contract with 900 minutes, 3,000 texts and 750MB of monthly data. It's not available to buy on pay as you go.
If you're interested, you might read our review of the Nokia Lumia 900. µ
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