Nokia lining up three Windows Phone 8 handsets for September show

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windows-phone-8-nokia-september.jpgNokia are expected to end the wait for a glimpse of their Windows Phone 8 handsets next month, with the Finnish mobile manufacturer thought to be lining up three devices using Microsoft’s new OS.

Following on from a single leaked device from earlier this week (which can be seen in the centre of the above image, sporting a 4.3 inch display and a dodgy, Photoshopped homescreen) it now looks as though Nokia will have a full fleet of phones on show at their Nokia World conference in New York.

Kicking off with the left hand device above, it’s said to be the Noki Phi, a 4.65-inch phone with a HD display, dual-core processor, LTE connectivity and NFC capabilities. It looks ready to be Nokia’s new flagship device.

The smallest of the three, the unnamed device on the far right is the most mysterious of all, with just an estimated 4-inch screen to go by.

All three devices seem to have a front facing camera, as well as soft-touch buttons in the bezel, rather than software screen keys.

Hopefully we’ll know a little bit more soon. With Nokia World only a few weeks away across the 5th to 6th of September, expect to see more on these in the run up to their unveiling.


Gerald Lynch
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