By Anton D. Nagy | January 3, 2012 3:11 AM
U.K., Germany, Spain, France, Italy and the Netherlands were the six countries where the Nokia Lumia 800 was initially available after its official announcement. Additional markets were promised the Lumia 800 at the beginning of 2012 and it looks like the phone will land in Sweden soon.
All network operators in Sweden will start selling the Lumia 800 as of January 23. The phone enjoys great initial feedback from the markets that already have it and in certain places it even sold out. Now Nokia is expanding the Lumia 800 availability map to even more regions as the world is expecting something new from the Espoo-based company at the upcoming CES and MWC.
Update: It looks like the phone will also arrive in Denmark on January 20, according to official wording. It will, like in Sweden, be available on all carriers.