Nokia Lumia 820 up for UK pre-order: free on contract or £380 sim-less, wireless charger thrown in

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Carphone Warehouse is now taking pre-orders for the Nokia Lumia 820 handset, and there's good news for the cash bereft -- it's free on contract, and the reseller will toss in a £45 wireless charging plate to boot. You can commit £29 per month to O2, Vodafone or Orange to avoid paying up front, or grab an unencumbered handset at £380 for the 4.3-inch Windows Phone 8 device in black, red or white. For that, you'll get a 4G-capable smartphone with an 800 x 480 OLED screen, 1.5GHz dual-core Snapdragon S4 processor, 1GB of RAM and 8-megapixel camera. The free extra offer will expire when shipping starts, so if the WP8 launch has you all charged up, hit the source.

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Nokia 820 available to Pre-Order from Carphone Warehouse

Free wireless charging plate - worth £44.99 - for all pre-order customers

London, 31st October 2012 – Carphone Warehouse has announced that the new Nokia Lumia 820 handset is available to pre-order from today at Customers who pre-order with Carphone Warehouse will also receive a free Nokia Wireless Charging plate worth £44.99.

Powered by the latest Windows Operating System, Windows 8, the Nokia Lumia 820 is a speedy handset that's beautifully simple to use. The slender look smartphone has a stunning 4.3" screen and 8MP camera with 'Smart Shoot' feature that lets you take multiple photos with a single click so you can edit photos effortlessly to get that perfect picture.

Pre-order customers will also receive a Nokia Wireless Charging Plate for free that allows you to charge your Nokia Lumia 820 without cables or plugs. Just lay your Lumia on a colourful charging plate until you're ready to go. Put a plate in the kitchen, the office, or your bedroom; the more plates you have, the more places you can easily charge.

The Nokia Lumia 820 is available in Black, White and Red and available to pre-order from Carphone Warehouse at It will be available on O2, Vodafone and Orange starting at £29 per month.

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