Nokia heralds china arrival of lumia devices on march 28th

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Nokia’s CEO Stephen Elop has revealed that the Finnish cellphone manufacture will push its very first wave of windows phones in china, offer the huge Chinese fanbase with something other than Symbian. He also hint that the Nokia lumia 800 and Nokia lumia 710 are the top choices, though it would be wired if the lumia 610 doesn’t show up on the windows phone band sooner rather than later. Both china Telecom and China Unicom are said to be partners with Nokia, which is absolutely eager to prove the decision in betting its farm on window platform is proper in the world’s largest phone market.

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