Mobile companies are working on full steam as they prepare for the upcoming Mobile World Congress (MWC) and Nokia it seems doesn’t want to be left behind. According to a report on WMPoweruser, Nokia is currently working on as many as three phones which it could launch at the MWC.
A glitch or a leak has revealed a smartphone named Lumia 1000 on a registration page of China Mobile, a network carrier in China. Though there isn’t any information available about the phone, the fact that it is mentioned alongside other smartphones currently in Nokia’s portfolio, is a good indication that it is a high-end Windows Mobile phone that Nokia is probably planning to launch at the MWC. It could very well be Nokia EOS, the Finnish company’s first Windows phone with the PureView camera technology we reported it was readying for a launch.
The report further talks about two other phones namely the Lumia 520 and the Lumia 720 that have apparently passed a certification in Indonesia. As with the Lumia 1000, there isn’t any information regarding the two phones either, but they are expected to be the Windows 8 versions of the Lumia 510 and Lumia 710 handsets. It will be interesting to see what kind of specs and price range these handsets get when Nokia finally reveals them to the world.
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