Nokia 925 Passes Chinese Certification

With over 1.3 Billion people, China can potentially become Nokia’s biggest market. After an initially slow start Nokia is starting to gain some traction in China. Nokia is taking the Chinese market very seriously and the Nokia Lumia 925 will be launched in China this month. Our good friends at LiveSide (via LiveSino) are reporting that the Nokia Lumia 925 has passed all certifications in China and will likely be named the 925T due to China’s TD-SCDMA standard.

From LiveSide:

Nokia Lumia 925 has acquired all two certifications in China right ahead of launch on the China Unicom network this month. One of the certifications is CCC (China Compulsory Certificate), another is by TENAA regulator which is more like Chinese FCC. Acquiring these two certifications means no obstacle to the planned June launch of Lumia 925 in China.


Nokia Lumia 925 passes all certifications in China


Nokia Lumia 925 is announced to start selling in June in China with China Mobile and China Unicom. At the moment, only WCDMA version of Lumia 925, for China Unicom, has passed certifications. There’s still no cert information on China Mobile version yet. The China Mobile version handset, likely named as Lumia 925T, will use China’s TD-SCDMA standard like Lumia 920T does.

No word on pricing yet.

Source: LiveSino via LiveSide

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