We’ve already seen the Nokia Lumia 920T unveiled for China Mobile, but Nokia isn’t interested in leaving their Windows Phone 8 devices on one carrier, especially with Microsoft’s big worldwide Windows Phone 8 push. Nokia has introduced Chinese versions of the Lumia 920, 820 and 620, all of which can be pre-ordered today off-contract. The devices will cost you ¥4,599 ($736), ¥3,499 ($560) and ¥1,999 ($320), respectively. An exact release date was not unveiled, but all three variants of the Lumia will have HSPA+ 3G for China Unicom.
While there isn’t going to be a Lumia device available on every network in China, it’s good to know that HTC will definitely have a bit of competition to deal with. Although, HTC does have the head start with the HTC Butterfly and all.