Nokia will launch the Lumia 900 smartphone in the UK in June, according to Carphone Warehouse.
The 4.3-inch Windows Phone Mango device was praised upon its debut at CES 2012, but until now has been billed as an AT&T exclusive in the United States.
Nokia is yet to reveal launch plans for its third Windows Phone handset outside of the United States agreement with AT&T.
Like the Lumia 800, only bigger
The Lumia 900 is essentially a larger version of the impressive Lumia 800 which debuted in the UK last November.
There is, however, the addition of a front-facing camera and a wide angle lens on the rear.
A June arrival would open the door for the device to arrive with the forthcoming Windows Phone "Apollo" update, although that's probably a long shot.
US users will have access to 4G LTE internet, but with next-generation broadband still a pipedream for us Brits there'll be little use for that 4G chip when the device lands in the UK.
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