It might be en-route to China Mobile with TD-SCDMA connectivity on board
A new flavor of Nokia’s high-end Lumia 920 smartphone has made an appearance online, featuring model number 920T attached to it and said to be en-route to China Mobile, the largest wireless carrier in the country (and globally, for that matter).The handset features a design similar to the original Lumia 920, images that emerged over at weibo (via GSMInsider) unveil.
They also confirmed that the smartphone will be powered by Windows Phone 8.
Nokia has been already confirmed to be en-route to China on the network of this wireless carrier, and is expected to provide users with support for TD-SCDMA connectivity.
Unfortunately, nothing has been officially announced on the smartphone for the time being, though it has been already spotted in WPBench as RM-821_apac_prc, which is said to be the designation for the Chinese version of Lumia 920.
Nokia’s flagship Windows Phone 8 device is expected to become available for purchase in the beginning of November in markets in Europe and North America.