We already knew that Nokia will bring more Lumia Windows Phones in the near future and there were many leaks have proved the Nokia Lumia 900 phone is real. According to reports, Nokia is also prepping an handset called, Lumia 719, which is expected to be the lower-end Windows Phone. Someone in Finland thinks about the possible launch details of the Nokia Lumia 900, Lumia 719 and the new versions of the Windows Phone platform – Tango and Apollo.
Take this story with a pinch of salt and these unconfirmed details came from someone in Finland, who claims working for Nokia. According to the source, Nokia Lumia 900 and Lumia 719 will get officially announced at January’s Consumer Electronics Show – CES 2012 show. The new Windows Phone Tango OS version will also be announced during the same period and the current Windows Phones will be upgraded to Tango in the following months. The source has also said that the Windows Phone Apollo aka Windows Phone 8 will be delivered to the manufacturers in June 2012. Windows Phone Tango buils supports LTE handset and lower-end Windows Phones, while the the WP* aka Apollo built for dual-core chipsets equipped Nokia handsets.
The source is also claiming that Nokia will announce multiple high-end handsets (Symbian powered?), including a camera-flagship phone (Nokia N8’s successor?) at Nokia Connection 2012. We will be also seeing the Windows 8 OS powered first Nokia Tablet at the same event. Exciting!
The Nokia Lumia 900 is expected be having 4G LTE capability, running Windows Phone Tango, 4.2-inch touchscreen display, packing a front facing camera, improved 8MP camera, a 4.2-inch display, a glossy polycarbonate body, 32GB of internal memory and all the regular features of a Windows Phone.
The above one is the previously leaked alleged press shot of the Nokia Lumia 900 handset painted in red color.
The Nokia Lumia 719 is a completely different handset and it’s not an improved version of the Nokia Lumia 710. It is rumored be having a 3.7-inch display, runs next version of Windows Phone (Tango) powered by a 1.4GHz processor, a front facing camera, plastic body, 8GB of internal memory and more.