Nokia Lumia 800c, made for CDMA pipeline, pictured in China
are expecting to add Lumia models to their lineups with a launch party scheduled for March 28th. For a long time, Nokia was the top manufacturer of smartphones in china, although the Finnish based firm has recently been topped by Korea's Samsung. With new Nokia Lumia models supporting WCDMA, CDMA and TD-SCDMA networks in the country, there is a chance that Nokia could regain its spot at the top of the Chinese charts. Earlier on Saturday we showed you a picture of a phone labeled as the Nokia Lumia 719c, another CDMA enabled model expected to be made available to the 130 million customers of China Telecom.
source: WPDang (translated) via WMPoweruser
1. pegasso posted on 17 Mar 2012, 22:00 0 0
wait... i thought Nokia has stopped produce phones using the CDMA standard since 2006...
2. indigo87 posted on 18 Mar 2012, 07:00 2 0
Nokia didn't stop using cdma, they just stop making cdma phones for the US but now they are trying to regain their footprint in north american soil they're making models for both gsm & cdma carriers but they always made cdma & gsm phones for companies in Europe & Asia continents.
3. 7thspaceman posted on 19 Mar 2012, 10:25 0 0
I wish Nokia and Verizon could get together and Offer a Nokia 800 or 900 to sell to their customers last I heard they do not want any more Windows smart phones unless they are LTE capable surly Nokia can make a LTE smart phone for Verizon, after All they are 1 of 2 of the biggest cell phone providers in the USA. What do you folks think about this. Enough is enough Verizon you should sell at least 2 Windows smart phones. give us an answer why the holdup? USA Verizon customers want to know!