Nokia has already released two Windows Phone devices in China: the Lumia 800c, and the Lumia 610. The third one is reportedly coming soon, and it’s none other than the Lumia 900 – which is still Nokia’s flagship WP handset.
WPDang says the Lumia 900 will be introduced in China on June 16. According to the website, the handset might end up costing 4,099 yuan in (about $644).
For the moment, there’s no word on what Chinese carrier will offer the Lumia 900. Anyway, the smartphone has seen strong demand in the US, where AT&T is offering an LTE version of it, and I assume it will be successful in China, too.
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