Mobile phone network T-Mobile in the USA has sent out invites to the press for a launch event with Nokia, where on December 14th the first Nokia Windows Phone 7 handset could be launched for the American Market.
Established technology publication PC Magazine (opens in new tab) has been invited to the event, where it has run an article (opens in new tab) surrounding the news and the Nokia Lumia 800 or Lumia 710 might be unveiled states-side as early as next week.
The website has noted that the joint event with Nokia and T-Mobile is being held in New York City, where the title goes on to suggest that a new Lumia designed for the U.S. carrier could even be shown off.
As the Nokia U.S. president Chris Weber has said several times that the manufacturer is working closely with carrier partners, potentially to create custom phones for the American market.
T-Mobile has been the initial launch partner for another notable mobile phone OS in the past - Android. The network was the first carrier to launch an Google mobile platform based phone with the G1 in 2008, made by HTC.