T-Mobile Likely to Announce First Nokia Windows Phone in the US Next Week

December 8, 2011, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

With T-Mobile not in the iPhone brigade, and Nokia struggling to do something big in the US smartphone market, it is apparent that they badly need something good to happen sometime soon. How does a Windows Phone sound?

T-Mobile USA and Nokia have sent out invitations for an event that would possibly unveil something exciting in the works.

And, that something is likely to be the first Nokia Windows Phone, which is yet to come stateside. It may even come along with support for T-Mobile’s 42 Mbps HSPA+ 4G network.

The big event is scheduled at 7 PM on Wednesday, the 14th of December.

Nokia has managed to spark excitement in the US market with the new Windows Phone powered Lumia line of smartphones.

Both the mid-range Lumia 710 and the high-end Lumia 800 run the latest variant of the smartphone operating system from Microsoft, for which the Finnish company ditched Symbian earlier this year.

The once leading smartphone manufacturer has a chance of making a comeback with Windows Phone powered Lumia devices.

The platform has got good reviews and might even get Nokia in the league with Apple and Android.

And, T-Mobile could really use a Nokia Windows Phone in its carrier, as it has not been in the greatest of news lately.

We will bring you more next week. Hold on.

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