Announced on October 26, the Nokia Lumia 800 is enjoying great popularity on the markets where it is already present and the manufacturer is slowly working its way in other regions too. People in Australia can prepare to greet Nokia’s first Windows Phone at the end of the first quarter, in March.
It will be available both from carriers like Optus, Telstra, and Vodafone as well as through all major retailers in the country. The color palette will be complete and future owners will be able to choose from black, blue (Cyan) and pink (Magenta).
“Interest locally for Nokia Lumia, our first range of Nokia with Windows Phone devices, has been extremely positive, with a significant appetite from operators and retailers looking to offer consumers a real smartphone alternative”, said Chris Carr, Nokia Australia’s managing director.