Nokia Oyj, the Finnish mobile-phone maker trying to win back customers of Apple Inc.â€™s iPhone and devices using Google Inc.â€™s Android, unveiled a version of its flagship smartphone for Chinaâ€™s largest wireless carrier.
China Mobile Ltd. (941) agreed to carry the Lumia 920T, which is compatible with the countryâ€™s homegrown TD-SCDMA technology that powers the carrierâ€™s network, the companies said in a statement today. The handset, the first Lumia based on Microsoft Corp. (MSFT)â€™s Windows Phone 8 software for the Chinese market, will cost 4,599 yuan ($739) without a contract and will go on sale before the end of this month.
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