Nokia Lumia 800 LTE with AT&T in the works

The Nokia Lumia 800 will launch SIM free in January 2012, and the contract on November 16th, but there is a new model coming to those in USA. Nokia and AT&T are working on the Nokia Lumia 800 LTE version, having this model will open a few more doors.

The Finnish phone company is working bringing LTE connectivity to the mobile smartphone, which is something that Windows Phone 7.5 Mango does not support.

We like what The Verge has mentioned, how about launching the Lumia 800 with Tango, which is the next software instalment. Do you think they should release this LTE version Lumia 800 with specific Mango-based code drops?

AT&T fits into the equation quite well, T-Mobile may possibly get the Lumia 710 in the US, but if this happens you can forget it supporting LTE connectivity according to the source above. As soon as we get more information on the Nokia Lumia 800 LTE, we will let you know.

Cannot see an LTE version releasing for at least another 5 to 6 months, time will tell. What do you think of this smartphone coming with this connectivity?


One thought on “Nokia Lumia 800 LTE with AT&T in the works”

  1. StoryFirst says:

    I think its bad show to add new features to a phone already on sale…original buyers will not be impressed. Yes, if its an uppdated model (version 2) then fair enough but the Lumia is only now coming out…selling a different ‘improved’ model 6 months later seems a bit off.

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