O2, Three, Phones 4U and Vodafone will stock the Lumia 925, which launches in June.
Nokia’s new handset launched today, which the company is calling a variation of its flagship, the Lumia 920, and most major operators and retailers have confirmed they will stock the device.
Nokia has said the new device would sell for around Ã¢¬469 ( £398).
Vodafone have said they will be offering the phone on its Red and other tariffs, with customers receiving exclusive access to the 32GB version (Nokia announced the 16GB version today).
O2 said it would be offering the white version of the Lumia 925, the only place at launch to do so, available for pre-order from May 30th and available in store from June 13th. The device would be available on O2’s Refresh tariffs and come without a charger, as part of its environmental initiative to reduce technological waste, O2 said.
Three said the device would be available “soon” on its Ultrafast network.
Phones 4U said it would stock the device when it launched in June but pricing and specific availability would be announced later. It said it had a track record of bringing Nokia Lumia handsets to the market before anyone else and the operator was expecting a good reception for the device.
Everything Everywhere said it had “no further details” to share about the device.
What Mobile is waiting on comment from Carphone Warehouse.