Nokia to announce 3 smartphones and 3 featurephones at MWC
We were hoping Nokia will make a strong return to the MWC this year and if the latest online rumors are to be believed, we won't be disappointed. The company is said to announce no less than 6 new phones at the industry largest event at the end of the month, including three smartphones.
There're no details about the devices that are to be announced besides their names, but that's still something. The most interesting of the bunch will be the Nokia Lumia 900, which is obviously ready for the international scene after debuting for AT&T at CES, and also the Nokia Lumia 610, which should be some kind of entry-level WP smartphone.
Camera fans will be in for a treat as well, as the Nokia 808 PureView is also on the agenda. This N8 successor is said to have the most capable camera of any smartphone to date though (unfortunately) it again runs on Nokia Belle OS.
The other new announcements we should see at the Nokia press conference come February 27 are three S40 handsets - Asha 302, Asha 203, and Asha 202. We already got a glimpse of the most interesting of those, the Asha 302, but the other two remain somewhat of a mystery.
Nokia has quite a lineup in store for us and it will be interesting to see just how hot the devices listed will be in real life. We'll be on site, reporting the announcements for you as they happen and feeding you photos, images and first-hand impressions of the new handsets.
Thanks to KF for sending this in!
Nokia belle is a good os even better than ios and android
- 12 Jun 2012
this phone is very nice and beautiful like features. personally i like it. thanks nokia
- 29 Feb 2012
I agree, Symbian Belle was the correct choice of OS. A Windows Mobile OS would have disappointed me and i would not have given a second thought of even purchasing this phone.
- 28 Feb 2012