Get ready for another rumor about Nokia’s upcoming handsets. Just a few moments ago, we reported about a rumor that Nokia is set to unveil the Lumia 730 at this month’s MWC. Now, the folks over PocketNow have come up with some more juicy details about the future plans of Nokia. According to them, Nokia may be planning to launch 6 brand new handsets at this month’s Mobile World Congress show in Barcelona. The 6 new Nokia handsets are including 2 Nokia Lumia handsets, three S40 feature phones and an high-end Nokia Belle OS powered handset.
PocketNow expects that Nokia will announce an unheard Nokia Lumia 610 Windows Phone, an international version of the AT&T’s 4G LTE capable Nokia Lumia 900 handset, Nokia 800 PureView, which has been rumored to be the follow-up to the Nokia N8 handset. The Finnish mobile makers is also expected to be bringing the Nokia Asha 202, Asha 203 and Asha 302 handsets to the event. Back in October of 2011, Nokia has officially announced the Nokia Asha 200, Asha 201 and Nokia Asha 300 handsets.
Nokia 800 PureView is said to be having a full touchscreen, but no physical buttons. Unsurprisingly, This list doesn’t contain the rumored Nokia Lumia 910 handset, which has been rumored as the successor of the Nokia Lumia 900 handset featuring an high-end 12MP camera with Carl-Zeiss lens. But, Nokia camera guru Damian Dinning has officially clarified that 12 MP Nokia Lumia 910 smartphone simply doesn’t exist. The MWC kicks off in exactly two weeks of time. We’ll keep you posted as soon as we get more information.