It looks like we’re about to see the first Nokia Windows Phone devices in the US sooner than we thought. The folks over at T-Mobile and Nokia have started sending out invitations for an event that will be held in New York City on December 14th. It wasn’t mentioned what the event was going to be about, but judging by recent events (Nokia Lumia 710 turning up at the FCC etc) we’re pretty sure it’s going to be the launch of the Windows Phone device stateside.
There is also a possibility that we’ll be seeing the Nokia Lumia 800 at the event as well, but let’s just hope Nokia doesn’t unveil another Symbian device at the event. December 14th is less than a week away, so stay tuned for more details and we’ll keep you posted. What do you think will be unveiled at the event?
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