According to Forbes report, the Finish mobile maker, Nokia will be going to launch atleast one high-end phone at the upcoming Mobile World Congress in Barcelona which is scheduled to be start from February 26.
Nokia earlier last month announced its biggest yet thinnest Windows Phone with AT&T-bound Lumia 900, first of its phone that supports high-speed LTE data transfers – which was confirmed at the January Consumer Electronics Show, isn’t believed to be on sale until mid-march. Nokia’s other two devices – the Lumia 710 and 800 are already in the market now.
Earlier, if we also see, Nokia and Microsoft have “been silent” from quite a longer time about their Windows Phone partnership – but with the announcement of Finnish mobile maker, Nokia’s Q4 2011 earnings report, it’s confirmed that the companies were in partnership – Microsoft paid $250 million to Nokia for adopting Windows Phone – so do it means or there is any chances that the Finish mobile maker will come up with Windows Phone.
Two weeks ago, news hit the ramp that starting from March 18, AT&T will sell the Microsoft Windows Phones based Nokia Lumia 900 smart phone on a bang away price of $99.99 with a two year contract – again announcements for selling the device was made but the announcements for its launch are still missing.
Lastly and just recently the Dutch Retailer Typhone showcasing Nokia Lumia 910 giving no clear idea of when the device will be available. The Nokia 910 Lumia is expected to be the fastest smartphone in the Lumia series and will probably work with Windows Phone 7.5, displayed on the 4.3-inch AMOLED touchscreen LCD. This screen has a resolution of 480 x 800 pixels and is extremely bright. The new operating system, fast processor and a gorgeous touch screen will provide a great Nokia smartphone.
Like its competitors, Nokia keeps its trade show announcements closely within its shelves. Nokia’s press conference is scheduled for February 27, the first official day of MWC. In 2010, Nokia declined to invest in a booth, which some industry observers equated to skipping the show. This year, Nokia is returning to the official MWC event space for its booth and press conference – giving a “might-to-be” a possible thought that what the Nokia is coming up with. A lot of speculations and rumors are spreading all around but the real show and real happenings we will get to know and see only once the MWC gets started.