Telecom Operators of the U.K. refuse to sell the Nokia’s latest Symbian Belle smartphone Nokia 808 PureView with contract, the main feature of which is built in 41-megapixel camera.
Their refusal to sell the Nokia 808 PureView with the contract was confirmed by all operators which providing their services in the United Kingdom. Here is the list: O2, Three, T-Mobile UK, Orange UK, Vodafone and Virgin Mobile UK. It is reported by engadget.com portal with reference to the U.K. operators.
One of the leading telecom operator Orange confirmed that they really will be the first manufacturer to bring the Nokia 808 PureView smartphone in the UK. Orange said it will be available to purchase around 8 July.
The representative of O2 on the question of Wired UK edition of the reasons for the refusal decision said that the matter is that “old” operating system Symbian Belle.
“We are proud to offer our customers the best selection of devices on the market . While we do not sell Nokia PureView , we continue to work with Nokia on future products”, said representative of O2.
At the moment, camera phone Nokia 808 PureView can be purchased without a contract for 500 pounds sterling.
Here is the Break through video of Nokia 808 PureView: