Finnish Nokia is set to launch its much awaited Lumia 920 and Lumia 820 in India in next month of January, but ahead of it a wave of disappointment spread across market.
Nokia Lumia 920 which has already launched in several part of world with Long Term Evolution (LTE) bands, will reported not to support the 4G compatibility in India.
Instead of a complete 4G/LTE network, Lumia device will support 9 LTE bands. The listed LTE bandwidths in the website of Nokia India includes LTE 2100 and LTE 2600 networks, not LTE 2300 the standard bandwidth in India.
Therefore, Indian will not have enjoyed the fastest networking service, not downloading on devices as Lumia will support a least LTE standard, despite the initial rollout of 4G LTE services by telecom majors such as Bharti Airtel.
Nokia Lumia 920 is the best and huge potential device with full LTE capabilities. Lumia 920 packs with Windows Phone 8 OS features first and most powerful optical image stabilization camera, key feature of the device.
Coming with the signature Nokia build quality, Nokia has added bundle of amazing and interesting apps with improved and faster software.
It has been said that competing rivals HTC One X and Apple iPhone 5, Nokia Lumia is likely to come in market with price range between Rs 35,000 to Rs 40,000.