Mobile phone manufacturers Nokia have revealed that the forthcoming Lumia 800 mobile phone will arrive as a SIM-free and unlocked device, on Feb. 20, for the U.S. markets.
The Lumia 710 is expected to arrive much sooner (no later, in fact, than Jan. 11) and on T-Mobile's network.
Meanwhile, according to reports, Nokia has reached an agreement with game developers Electronic Arts (EA) to see the arrival of no less than 20 most popular game titles on the Windows-based smartphone. The titles will launch as Lumia exclusives, along with the device.
Apart from the game titles, the Lumia 800, powered by Microsoft Windows Phone 7.5 (Mango) Operating System, will also arrive with an ESPN sports hub and a CNN app that will be exclusive for Nokia users for the next 90 days. In addition, there will also be the Univision app, which will be exclusive to Nokia users in both the U.S. and Puerto Rico for 18 months, to help Spanish language translations.
The device is expected to arrive with Nokia Play 360 speakers and the Nokia Purity Monster headset and will arrive in cyan, magenta and black.
There has been no report, as yet, about the device's price, according to a Slashgear report.
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