If you’re living in the US and don’t want to wait until next year to get your hands on a Nokia Windows Phone device, you’re in luck. You can now pick up the phone thanks to Amazon. The online retailer is now listing the Nokia Lumia 800 for sale. It will be compatible with AT&T’s HSPA network (T-Mobile’s 1,700MHz frequency isn’t supported), and will feature 16GB of internal storage.
The phone is slated to arrive in the US in early 2012, so if you’re the impatient sort of person who doesn’t mind buying a phone off-contract, head over to Amazon to pick up the Lumia 800 today. The phone will set you back $659.99. If you’re on the fence about purchasing the phone, be sure to read our Nokia Lumia 800 review.
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