Yesterday we told you about a possible delay of Nokia Lumia 800 in the UK. It was Clove who released a statement regarding the Lumia 800 availability. It said the SIM-free version is delayed for January 2012, while the one on contract will be released as planned on November 16.
Today Nokia's communication director confirmed the Lumia 800 launch for November 16 in the UK. The SIM-free model will be launched on the same date as the carrier-locked version, but there is a catch.
The only two retailers to offer the unlocked Lumia 800 are Carphone Warehouse and Phones 4U. As far as the carrier versions are concerned - Vodafone, Orange, T-Mobile and Three are the ones to offer it on contract.
All other retailers are going to offer the Lumia 800 in Q1 2012. So, the yesterday's news turned out to be right and wrong in the same time.
Not sure why all the bashing of Nokia. I am still using my Nokia E62 on one of my lines. OS is slow but, i must say 100%, it is the most reliable phone set that i have ever had. I also have i-phone 4G, and my 9800 BB. I use my BB 80% of the time. My ...
There are confirmed reports that Lumia is launching in India on Nov 14. Bold move by Nokia, hitting a strong market very early which is normally neglected by Apple. Strategically it should help Nokia with numbers due to sheer size of market. Samsung ...
your so right it is a pity this site is full of android i-sheep nokia haters meego/harmattan would have put them all to shame if given a proper chance the Nokia N9 is far better. and no i do not own one i have a N950 and i love it and the os.