The Nokia Lumia 900 has now passed through the Chinese equivalent of the FCC, the State Radio Regulation Committee (SRRC), and according to Chinese news portal Sina Tech, is expected to launch in China in June.
It is not clear which network the handset will be showing up on, giving that is not a CDMA handset (supported by China Telecom) or a TD-SCDMA handset supported by China Mobile.
The handset would however join a growing range of Lumia handsets in China, starting from the Nokia Lumia 610, 710, 800 and 900, all nearly price differentiated, which should have a good multiplier effect on total sales.
According to reports Windows Phone sales have overtaken iPhone sales in China over the last few months, and it is likely Nokiaâ€™s range was mostly responsible for the feat. Hopefully these developments would help continue this trend.
Thanks Gopalan for the tip.