Nokia and Microsoft alliance seems to have woken up to the competition. While Nokia Lumia series handsets are selling like hot-cake in the market, it still has an outdated hardware running on buttery smooth OS from Microsoft i.e. Windows Phone 7.5 Mango OS. Having said that, it is not too late for them to launch some high-end handsets to give users run for their money.
With Mobile World Congress around the corner, Nokia should have a contingency plan to scuffle ever growing Android competition. Keeping all this factor in mind, Nokia will unveil at least one high-end phone (possibly Windows Phone) at MWC set to happen later this month.
MWC is the largest conference of mobile manufacturer, where they will reveal the future prospects and their plan for rest of the year (2012). Forbes notes that,
While the partner did not specify whether the upcoming device was a Windows Phone handset, it did say it was a phone that would run an unusual software feature normally found only on high-end smartphones.
The mobile tech segment is already buzzing with prevalent rumor surrounding Lumia 910 for Europeans. Lumia 910 will be a step-bother of Lumia 900 with a tad upgrade in camera, which claims to be packs in 12MP camera. We also suspected that Nokia may unveil its urge to develop Windows Phone tablet. The even is also very important for us Windows Phone users, since Nokia did not participated in last year event.
The rumor market is getting hotter and hotter with more leaks and reports. Could this even bring Lumia 900 white models on the table? There are certain possibility of this to happen, since Nokia official page inadvertently put Lumia 900 white handset on their fanpage.
Meanwhile keep your eyes on our Windows Phone rumor section for more interesting tidbits.Tags: nokia wp