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Nokia will sell their Lumia smartphone in China

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A link from Bloomberg

Before the end of the year Chinese consumers will see a new smartphone on the market from Nokia, according to a statement by China Mobile. China Mobile, the world’s biggest mobile phone company, has agreed to carry Nokia’s Lumia 920T. Nokia has pinned their hopes on the Lumia line of phones to compete with Apple’s iPhone and Android devices. “The deal with China Mobile, whose network standard has prevented it from carrying the iPhone, will widen the Hong Kong-listed carrier’s range of more expensive smartphones to battle for market share,” according to Bloomberg.

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