Nokia is set to announce two Windows Phone 8 smartphones at its September 5 event in New York. The Verge is reporting the two smartphones will be the Arrow and Phi (internal codenames) and will be branded under Nokia’s Lumia range. Also Read - WhatsApp to discontinue support for some more devices this week, is yours one of them?
The Phi is expected to be the higher-end device, which could be the one that surfaced a few weeks ago. It is expected to be thinner than the Lumia 900 and sport a 4.7-inch display. Microsoft and Nokia are said to unveil the final design on September 5 but it is likely to have the typical polycarbonate casing that is similar to the Lumia 900 and Lumia 800. Also Read - BlackBerry Messenger now available for Windows Phone users
The Arrow will be a mid-end smartphone but little is known about it. Also Read - Is Microsoft paying Sony, Samsung to make one Windows Phone smartphone each?