Nokia Lumia 720 Passes FCC’s Approval In US With HSPA+ Support

Nokia Lumia 720

Nokia Lumia 720, arguably the most attractive Lumia Windows Phone 8 device may be coming to US after all. Nokia Lumia 720 has passed FCC’s approval today and the important thing to note is the lack of LTE. So, I don’t think any of the major carriers will release it on their network. However, Lumia 720 comes with the support for HSPA+ which will work on AT&T’s network.

Lumia 720 will be available in Hong Kong, Vietnam and Singapore in March. China, Europe, other parts of Asia, Africa, and India in the second quarter.

Source: FCC via: Engadget



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