Manufacturer’s first two smartphones to run off the Windows Phone 8 OS now available, with 4G versions of the 820 and 920 on sale exclusively at EE
The Nokia Lumia 820 and 920 have gone on sale in the UK. They are the manufacturer’s first two handsets to run the new Windows Phone 8 operating system.
The 820 (pictured left) and 920 (pictured right) LTE have both gone on sale exclusively at EE. The 920 is available for £36 with 500MB of data (£129.99 upfront), £41 a month with 1GB of data (£49.99 upfront), £46 a month with 3GB of data (£19.99 upfront), £51 a month with 5GB of data (£19.99) and £56 a month with 8GB of data (19.99 upfront).
The 820 is available on the same tariffs and data allowances but with no upfront charges for the handset. All tariffs come with unlimited minutes and texts.
Phones 4U is also selling the 4G version of the 820 in black, red and white, free from £36 a month on EE with the same allowances offered through its direct sales channel.
The 920, the higher-specified of the two handsets and Nokia’s flagship product for this year, has also gone on sale at Phones 4U, available in black, red and white. This is available for £41 a month on EE, Orange and T-Mobile.
The 820 is available from Carphone Warehouse and O2. It is free from £26 a month on Orange at Carphone and free from at O2.