THE PRODUCT NAMES of six Nokia phones that the Finnish phone maker will announce at Mobile World Congress (MWC) have been leaked.
The big phone and tablet oriented show is approaching in Barcelona where Nokia will announce three smartphones and three feature phones, according to Pocketnow.
Nokia's flagship smartphone that it will unveil at the show is the Lumia 900. The Windows Phone 7.5 (WP7.5) smartphone was announced at this year's Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas but was for the US only. Therefore, this would be the European version, possible without LTE technology.
The other smartphones Nokia leaked are the budget WP7.5 Lumia 610 and the Symbian powered Nokia 808 Pureview. This is supposedly a successor to the 12MP camera wielding Nokia N8.
The firm also leaked a trio of feature phones that will join the Asha family, called the Asha 302, Asha 203 and Asha 202. These will all run Nokia's S40 operating system, for which it recently sold its 1.5 billionth device.
Nokia leaked only the names of the six phones, so we'll have to be patient until MWC comes around for the full details. µ
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