Nokia has announced availability details for the Nokia Lumia 920 in more European countries.
They revealed, unlike last time, Sweden and Norway would not have to wait for Nokiaâ€™s latest.
In Norway Nokia announced the handset will be released in Q4, and cost 4700 krone. The device will be available on Telenor and TeliaSonera Norway, NetCom and Chess.
Northern Manager at Nokia, Johan Eidhagen, said:
We are very pleased that Telenor and TeliaSonera Norway, NetCom and Chess will sell Nokia Lumia 920 in Norway. It underscores the momentum we are experiencing with our Lumia smartphones and the ecosystem around Windows.
In Sweden the handset will also be available in Q4, and will cost around 5700 SEK before subsidies and will be sold by Vodafone, 3 and Tele2.
It will be available in yellow, red, gray, white and black and will support penta band LTE and HSPA +.
Lastly, in Denmark the handset is also set for Q4, and will be available in Telia, 3, Telenor and TDC for 4,900 Krone before subsidies.
â€œWe are very pleased that all the major operators have chosen to take Lumia 920 into their range from the sales start. It emphasizes the momentum we are experiencing with Nokia’s Lumia smartphones and the entire Windows ecosystem – not only in Denmark, but throughout the world,â€ says Nokia Danish Product Manager Markku Suomi.
Via Windowshub.no, Thanks Jonas, Mads and Kristoffer for the tips.