If you are familiar more or less with how prepaid carriers work, you know that they come with a number of advantages. First of all, prepaid carriers do not require lengthy contracts, so basically you are free to switch to a different service provider at any time. Moreover, they usually offer attractive plans that include talk, text and data at low cost. There is one downside, though. The assortment of phones is in most cases poor. Most but not all and one of the exceptions is Aio Wireless.
It looks like Nokia does not intend to leave the Windows enthusiasts in China with one model only. The Nokia Lumia 920T was officially launched last week on China Mobile network, and today the manufacturer introduced next Chinese versions of its latest Windows smartphones: Lumia 620, Lumia 820 and Lumia 920. All three models are now officially open for pre-orders without contract at prices of ¥1,999 ($320) for low-end Nokia Lumia 620, ¥3,499 ($560) for the mid-range Lumia 820, and ¥4,599 ($736) for the high-end Lumia 920T. All devices are expected to arrive to major retailers on Chinese market, however, Nokia did not disclosed when exactly all devices will be available.
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Nokia lets us know that it’s adding yet another Windows 8 smartphone to its portfolio – a low-end Lumia 620 that should get attention of the youth on the budget. The new addition to the Lumia lineup will become available in first quarter of 2013 and will cost around $249 off contract. It is scheduled to arrive to Asia in January, followed by Europe, the Middle East and other countries. Nokia has not specified yet if the device will be offered in the US. Just few weeks ago the manufacturer launched the newest Lumia models together with AT&T, Verizon and T-Mobile, and it seems to be too early to introduce something new to the market. Especially where users are addicted to Android and iOS devices.