Nokia's flagship handset, the Lumia 1020, is coming to the UK later this month.
The imaging-focused device, that carries a 41-megapixel sensor, is accessible from 25 September, following its US release earlier this year.
Pre-orders for the device are absolutely open, with all 4 of the main UK mobile networks slated to stock the device at release.
The 1020 is obtainable in 2 models, 32GB plus 64GB, latter of that will just be accessible about O2 for today.
O2 is providing the 1020 about its 24-month Refresh 3G plans, that expense between £12 plus £27 a month plus come with information allowances of between 750MB plus 4GB. For 4G equivalents, the Refresh plans vary from £22 to £32 with information allowances of between 1GB plus 4GB.
The Lumia 1020 may additionally be accessible about O2's Standard tariffs differing between £11 a month, with 100MB of information plus 50 call minutes, plus £27 monthly, with 300 minutes along with a 500MB information allowance.
O2's upfront device charge is between £639.99 to free, depending found on the monthly tariff.
Three has additionally absolutely indexed its tariffs for the Lumia 1020, that will expense £69 upfront with a 24-month contract at either £34, £26 or £38 a month. Those whom don't fancy enlisting for a contract must pay £549.99 for the device outright.
Both Three plus O2 are providing free accessories packages with pre-orders, such as the 1020's camera grasp add-on.
Resellers Carphone Warehouse plus Phones 4U are equally carrying the device. EE plus Vodafone have yet to detail their 1020 pricing.