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Nokia Lumia 925T all set to make a splash with China Mobile

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Nokia Lumia 925T all set to make a splash with China Mobile
With radios geared to handle China Mobile’s proprietary TD-SCDMA network standard, the Nokia Lumia 925T (the “T” being the denoting factor) is set to arrive on the world’s largest wireless carrier.

What is also noteworthy about this pending launch is the apparent lack of carrier logo anywhere on the device. However, when you look at how the China Mobile placed its logo on the Lumia 920T, you can see there is not really anywhere to place the logo and have it look okay.

To celebrate the launch, the first 925 customers that buy a Lumia 925T at the Jingdong Mall will get a special limited edition Superman wireless charging kit. Pricing has not been noted, but the Lumia 925T will be available beginning June 17th.  Aside from the radios, the Lumia 925T is the same as the Lumia 925

While Android rules the roost in China, Windows Phone has a stronger foothold with China Mobile since Apple chose not to develop a handset for that carrier. The carrier has been able to maintain strong growth despite that gamble made by Apple and with Nokia now positioning its second flagship with the carrier, it may turn out to be quite a boon for Nokia and Windows Phone.

via: Nokiapoweruser

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posted on 08 Jun 2013, 15:33

1. joey18 (Posts: 597; Member since: 20 Jul 2010)

how many lumias will be on the end off the year

posted on 08 Jun 2013, 15:51 1

2. mousesports (Posts: 279; Member since: 28 Feb 2013)

Manys of them i hope :D . kick them all NOKIA !

posted on 08 Jun 2013, 16:35 3

3. bulgyjj (Posts: 27; Member since: 08 Jun 2013)

That's a super sexy phone..

posted on 09 Jun 2013, 00:07 1

4. Antonyjoseph (Posts: 217; Member since: 06 Apr 2013)

Love these Chinese names ..Jing Dong Mall. LOL!

Go Nokia Go ..beat the cr*p off the Samsungs and iphones

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