By Stephen Schenck | January 23, 2012 7:14 PM
We know that Nokia’s Lumia 900 is coming to AT&T’s LTE network in the States, and have heard rumors discussing how the phone might eventually arrive on other US carriers. What we haven’t seen yet is a whole lot of information about Nokia’s plans for 900 sales outside of North America. That has now changed, thanks to one retailer putting up a Lumia 900 page that speaks of its eventual debut on UK soil.
Carphone Warehouse is inviting visitors to pre-register to receive additional information on an international Lumia 900 launch once it becomes available. Presumably, if it’s coming to the UK, we’ll also see sales of the phone in other European nations.
One nice extra bit of clarification comes courtesy of this posting, which seems to confirm that the Lumia 900 would still feature an eight-megapixel camera, instead of the upgrade to a twelve-megapixel component as rumored.
Carphone Warehouse is expecting the Lumia 900 to be available in the UK this June.