A few weeks ago, we told you that the Nokia Lumia 920T has been officially confirmed by China Mobile (the world’s largest mobile carrier), although without being certified for sale by the Chinese authorities.
Well, CNMO is reporting that the 920T got its China Compulsory Certificate s few days ago, so that has been solved. Of course, the smartphone also need to get a State Radio Management approval – but that will likely happen soon, too. The 920T is expected to become available in China starting December.
The Lumia 920T should be China Mobile’s first Windows Phone 8 handset. The only difference between it and the Lumia 920 made for Europe and North America is the presence of TD-SCDMA and TD-LTE connectivity.
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