Nokia's new flagship mobile phone will arrive in the UK next month, but which networks will be offering the latest handset?

It has already been confirmed that Vodafone will exclusively offer the 32GB black version of the device.

Being 4G enabled, it will join the network's list of models that will make the leap to the super-fast connection once the company gets it up and running.

Three has also staked its claim that the Nokia Lumia 925 will run on its ultra-fast network which will transform into 4G later this year.

O2 has been the only carrier to clearly state its intentions, saying the device will be available from June 13th. The company will start accepting pre-orders on May 30th and will exclusively sell the white version of the Lumia 925.

EE is yet to confirm anything about what it may offer and pricing is still unconfirmed but Nokia expects it to retail for around £400.

Posted by Simon Thomas

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