Nokia has just announced the upcoming availability of Lumia 800 and Lumia 610 in China through major carrier China Telecom.
While the Lumia 900 with LTE is expected to arrive in the United States on April 8 via AT&T, the Finnish company decided to make an international version available to the rest of the world sans 4G support.
However, it appears that at least one other country will get the 4G LTE version of Lumia 900. The folks over at MyNokiaBlog have been tipped on the upcoming availability of the 4G LTE Nokia Lumia.
It looks like the phone will be launched on SMART’s LTE network sometime next month, though the release date has yet to be confirmed by the carrier.
There are no details on the handset’s pricing options yet, but the 4G LTE Lumia 900 is now listed as “Coming Soon” on the carrier’s Postpaid section.
There’s more to it as SMART plans to launch the Nokia Lumia 710 and Lumia 610 smartphones as well. No word on their release date or price tags, but the latter should be out within the next few weeks.
Based on Nokia’s statement regarding the availability of the Lumia 610 in China in Q2 2012, we can speculate that the Finnish company doesn’t have a certain release date set for its cheapest Windows Phone device yet.
All in all, Nokia fans living in Philippines will be able to get the Nokia Lumia 610 soon after the smartphone goes live in China. Still, keep in mind that the Nokia will launch a CDMA version of the Lumia 610 in China.
It is also worth mentioning SMART mentions Nokia Lumia 710 will be exclusively available through its official channels, which means that the other two handsets might be offered by other carriers in the country as well.