Ever wondered why Nokia concentrates more on Europe than US, having released their flagship Nokia Lumia 800 across the pond before deciding to roll it out Stateside many months later? Either way, the age old adage “better late than never” applies here, and as the Nokia Lumia 800 arrives at the US, it is only a matter of time before this handset joins the ranks of T-Mobile’s Nokia Lumia 710. The FCC documents concerning the Nokia Lumia 800 do reveal support for 850MHz and 1900MHz 3G bands in the US, missing out on 1700MHz, which means this is most probably making its way towards the stables of AT&T rather than T-Mobile. If everything else goes well with the FCC approval process, then do expect to see the Windows Phone-powered Lumia 800 to arrive sometime in the first three months of next year. Hopefully it will arrive sooner rather than later, as newer, more powerful handsets would have rolled out by then which could make this phone less attractive. Do read our take on the Nokia Lumia 800 while you wait.
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