Back in November 2012, Nokia launched the Lumia 920, its latest Windows Phone flagship with Windows Phone 8 from Microsoft. The phone quickly became a commercial success, selling more units than many people would have expected. Alongside this, it instantly received praise from critics on account of its intuitive software and impressive hardware features.
The Nokia Lumia 920 continues to sell out of stock in a number of countries on account of its demand, while Nokia struggles to produce enough Lumia 920 handsets to fulfil orders placed by networks and retailers. Nokia recently announced that throughout Q4 last year, 4.4 million Lumia phones were sold, a high proportion of which were the flagship Lumia 920 model and its mid-range Lumia 820 counterpart.
The Nokia Lumia 920 has made its way to the bestsellers list at Phones 4U, according to an article over at NokiaPowerUser. In the UK, Phones 4U is a household name and one of the biggest retailers of mobile phones in the country. The fact that the Nokia Lumia 920 has become a bestseller for this retailer demonstrates how well British consumers are receiving Lumia 920. As you may expect, other handsets on the list include the Samsung Galaxy S3 and Galaxy Note 2 and the Apple iPhone 5. This list applies to handsets sold on pay monthly contracts. However, the Nokia Lumia 920 has also appeared on the Phones 4U list of best selling SIM free handsets, along with the black version of the Nokia Lumia 820. Visit us at PhonesLimited to compare the best deals on Nokia Lumia 920 contracts, and find the best Nokia Lumia 820 special offers.
The Nokia Lumia 920 is currently under an exclusivity period with network EE in the UK. However, this is due to end in the near future, meaning that those who want to get their hands on the Lumia 920 without switching networks will be able to do so, which will more than likely result in increased sales of the handset.