Nokia is believed to unveil its first set of the Windows Phone 8 handsets at its September 5th event. Just a few days ago, both the upcoming Nokia Lumia 920 and Lumia 820 handsets in their full glories. Nokia Lumia 920 will have the top notching Pure View technology, packing some high end specifications, while the Lumia 820 won’t come up with Pure View technology.
Now, a reliable source claims that Nokia is planning to bring a successor to its low-end spec’d Nokia Lumia 610 handset. The device is code named “Glory,” and it will be running Windows Phone 7.8 OS, which contains some exclusive features from Windows Phone 8 platform. Other specifications are including a 4-inch display, an 800 MHz Qualcomm processor, 256MB of RAM. The Nokia “Glory” looks like a worthy successor to the Lumia 610.
There is no word on the release date and the price tag of the upcoming Nokia “Glory.” The price tag will play a major role and it will be key for the success of the Glory in a crowded market. The device
Source: The Verge