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Wednesday, February 22

Non-LTE Version of Lumia 900 set to debut at next week's MWC

Nokia's foray into the Smartphone market kicks off next week when they unveil a number of devices across all its platforms (WP7, Symbian and S40 devices) at Mobile World Congress

so let's take a look at what to expect:

Non LTE Lumia 900

Lumia 900 (non-LTE international variant): According to my sources, Nokia will announce an international version of the Lumia 900, its the same with the the one being launched exclusively to At&t, 4.3" screen, 8MP CBD screen, 1MP front facing camera, 1.4GHz CPU. The only BIG difference with this version is that it's NOT LTE!

Nokia Pure View camera technology

N8 Successor: Before Nokia released the teaser video for its new camera technology "Pure View", Rumors have been swirling around the blogosphere about the N8 successor (it's gone by many many names: aka 808 803 N801, and most recently Nokia 88). Me personally, I think Nokia should called it "Nokia Infinity" (plus, the infinity symbol is an "8" turned 90degrees: ).

low budget Lumia 610?

Lumia 610 the low budget WP7 Tango phone, said to cost as low as $150 (w/o contract). No specs have been confirmed, speculation is that this will run on 256MB RAM (something Tango is able to handle)

Then there's the Lumia 719, which is said to be a WCDMA version of the Lumia 710, specs are rumoured to be exactly the same with the 710: 5MP camera, 1.4 GHz CPU, 3.7" screen, this is plausible especially since the CDMA variant of the Lumia 800 is also set to debut in Asia.

And finally, My source does confirm that Nokia will announce latest additions to the Asha family, exactly how many more (rumor has it, they will be announcing the Asha 302 203 202), but I cannot say!

So let's look forward to the 27th, next week Monday, when all will be revealed.

For me, I'm looking forward to the N8 successor (or Nokia Infinity, as I like to call it).

What are you excited about the most?


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