Good news for Colombian residents. Local network Claro is bringing the Nokia Lumia 920 to the country in only a few days, on the 12th February.
Unfortunately pricing has not been announced yet, but keep an eye on Cafeguagau for the latest.
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Nokia has continued its campaign for the conquest of the Americas. After the recent release of the handset in Chile it is now the turn for Brazil to get ready for Nokiaâ€™s Windows Phone family.
TIM Brazil has announced the opening of registration for the Lumia 800 and Lumia 710 smartphones. Sales of the Nokia phones in Brazil should begin 22 March. The suggested prices for the Lumia 710 and Lumia 800 are BRL 1,000 and BRL 1,800 respectively.
For now TIM is the only Brazilian operator to announce the registration for these handsets, which can be completed on their site here.
It appears the Samsung Omnia W will be one of the first of the new generation of Windows Phone 7.5 handsets to head to Colombia.
We had earlier posted thatÂ Comcel and Movistar was meant to release Windows Phone 7.5 handsets in December, but it appears that the release has been delayed into the new year, missing the important Christmas shopping season, which is of course regrettable.
The above picture was tweeted by El Yego who described it as the first Colombian Windows 7.5 phone, and according to the Warnov, a Microsoft evangelist in Bogota, the handsets are currently in the hands of the carriers, just waiting to be released.
Hopefully the handsets will be coming sooner rather, and include more than just the Omnia W.
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