The Nokia Lumia 920, it has just been announced, will arrive in the UK with LTE on board and will be exclusive to local operator EE. The company behind the Orange and T-Mobile brands in the UK has today detailed its plans for rolling out the UK's first 4G LTE network, which will be graced by Nokia's Windows Phone 8 flagship in the near future. An EE spokesperson tells us that the company will have "a period of exclusivity at launch" for the Lumia 920.

Nokia's Lumia 820 is also on board for the LTE launch in the UK on EE, alongside the Samsung Galaxy S III, HTC One XL, Huawei Ascend P1 LTE, and two Huawei mobile 4G products. Announced at a special event in New York last week, Nokia's Lumia 920 does not have a formal launch date or pricing. We understand that AT&T is aiming to launch the device on November 2nd, and that it should be rolling out across European carriers in November. EE has not yet provided launch dates or pricing for the Lumia 920 or Lumia 820.

Update: We're waiting to hear back from EE over its use of "exclusive" for the Lumia 920.

Update 2: We've spoken to EE who have confirmed the Lumia 920 will "have a period of exclusivity at launch." A Nokia representative tells us that the Lumia 920 "may" be ranged on other carriers too, but they have not got anything to announce yet.