In the last week or so, we have been hearing quite a bit about Nokia’s rumored Lumia phablet and a tablet running on Windows RT, though details are sketchy at best. Now, multiple sources familiar with Nokia’s plans have confirmed that the Finnish company is indeed going to launch more than one handset, which includes the aforementioned phablet and tablet, Reuters reports. Also Read - Nokia G20 budget phone now available: Check specs, price in India, where to buy
Again we don’t have any details of the devices themselves, but this the first time we have confirmed reports that Nokia will launch more than one handset. According to the sources, these devices will be launched next month at the event in New York. Also Read - Tech News Today: Oppo Reno 6 series launched, Poco F3 GT specs, new Nokia phone launch
Only yesterday, @evleaks leaked a series of codenames— Bandit, Lanai, Orion, Pegasus, Rivendell, Shorty and Siruis— which it claimed referred to the forthcoming Nokia devices. Off these, the Bandit refers to a 6-inch phablet that will sport a 1080p full HD display and is likely to take on Samsung’s Galaxy Note series of phones. Two of them could very well refer to the rumored 10.1-inch Windows RT running Lumia tablet, and the quad-core device tentatively called Lumia 825.