Nokia is set to make its Windows Phone handsets available for purchase on the market in China before the end of this month.
The vendor has already confirmed plans to hold a launch event in the country on March 28th, but did not offer info on the devices that will be launched then.
Apparently, the company
will have smartphones available on the airwaves of all large wireless carriers in the country.
China Mobile, the largest carrier in the country, will launch Nokia Windows Phones on March 28th too, a recent article on DigiTimes
reads. Previously, only China Telecom and China Unicom were said to plan the release of Windows Phones from Nokia.
To meet the requirements for each of these carriers’ networks, Nokia will release WCDMA, CDMA and TD-SCDMA versions of its mobile phones.