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Clove UK completely sold out of all Lumia 920 stock. Shipping begins 7th December.


If you remember, we informed Lumia 920 in all colors going out of stock for the second time at Clove, sometime back. In between it seems, Nokia replenished stock for Black and White Lumia 920. So, it was on pre-booking again. But now all the stock has been pre-sold and the shipping will begin on 07 December.

Exciting news for those who have booked this unlocked Lumia 920, and are going to be the proud owners soon !!


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    By Gustav Sandstrom

    Finnish mobile phone maker Nokia Corp. (NOK) said Wednesday it is launching a new Windows-based Lumia handset in partnership with China’s biggest operator, China Mobile Ltd. (0941.HK), aiming to reach out to more consumers in the Chinese smartphone market.

    The Lumia 920T device, which offers features such as advanced location services and photography technology, is China’s first Windows phone making use of the country’s TD-SCDMA technical standard, Nokia said in a statement.

    The device will be available for order by the end of the current year at a retail price of 4,599 yuan($739) without contract, it added.

    Nokia is betting heavily on its range of high-end Lumia smartphones, based on Microsoft Corp’s (MSFT) Windows platform, as it battles fast-growing rivals including iPhone-maker Apple Inc and vendors of Android-based handsets such as South Korea’s Samsung Electronics Co Ltd.

    Shares in Nokia closed Tuesday at EUR2.53.

    Write to Gustav Sandstrom at [email protected]

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