Two Windows Phone 8 devices set to hit shelves in the coming months
Windows Phone 8 devices have already started to arrive on shelves in various markets around the world, but it seems that it won’t be long before more of them make an official appearance on shelves.Among them, we can count the Chinese flavor of the Nokia Lumia 920T, which is said to have already received the necessary approvals and which has been spotted not too long ago at Amazon China.
The smartphone will become available for purchase in the country on the network of China Mobile, the largest carrier in the local market and in the world.
The handset has been spotted in a new live photo, one that can also be seen attached to this article to the left, with China Mobile’s logo on it.
No specific info on when the device might become available for purchase has been provided as of now, but rumor has it that it should be on shelves by the end of November with TD-LTE support and better graphics.
In addition to the above photo of Lumia 920T, the guys over at Winp.cn also managed to bring online a few live shots of Huawei’s Ascend W2 smartphone, expected to become official in the beginning of the next year.
The handset is said to be the company’s flagship Windows Phone 8 handset, and it should debut along Ascend W1 at the Consumer Electronics Show in January 2013.
The specifications list of this smartphone remains a mystery for the time being, but the photos that can be seen below unveil that it will pack an 8-megapixel photo snapper with dual LED flash.
Since it will be a high-end device, W2 might also include hardware specs on par with those available in Lumia 920 and Windows Phone 8X by HTC today, such as an HD screen and a dual-core processor inside, though this is only speculation for the time being.