While everyone is waiting for Nokia’s next high-end phone Lumia 920, there’re some leaked shots on Sina Weibo indicating that it will come to China Mobile sometimes around 15 December. The device will be renamed as “Lumia 920T”, a variant for China Mobile’s TD-SCDMA network. Rather than that, China Mobile also said on its official Sina Weibo account that Nokia 920T will also support TD-LTE (4G-LTE) next year! The carrier has began testing 20,000 4G base stations in China, and it expects to see 200,000 up and running by the end of 2013. Furthermore, industry insider disclosed China Mobile will be the first carrier to sell Nokia Lumia 920 in China, which will be available at a non-contract price of 4,888 yuan ($788).
Source: Winp.cn (Chinese Translated)
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