Nokia With China’s Third Largest Operator Will Reportedly Launch The Lumia 800 In March In The Country

Posted on Feb 13 2012 - 6:26am by Editorial Staff

What it seems out to be correct as per the reports rolling out on the Chinese webosphere, the Nokia Lumia 800’s CDMA version will be launched in China in March, and even is already going through testing phase on the Chinese Telecom state-owned network which has over 200 million subscribers. Photos of the phone, that were posted to Chinese microblogging site Sina Weibo, show that the device is being run with the country’s third largest operator, with a view to launching next month.

There is also news that along with Lumia 800 – Lumia 710 will be introduces in March with Lumia 900 possibly coming in April. The device has been spotted and photoed in China, which seems to confirm reports that Nokia and Microsoft are testing the Windows Phone 7 device, using the Tango operating system, in the country – there are also speculations that likely to be seen if Nokia will introduce lower-budget devices in the Lumia range, or its Asha series which targets emerging market users.

(Image Source: Sina Weibo)

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