updated 03:10 pm EST, Mon February 13, 2012
Lumia 610, 808, three Ashas coming to MWC?
Exactly which handsets Nokia will reveal at the upcoming Mobile World Congress show and its February 27 press conference may have been leaked to PocketNow. There will reportedly be six new phones unveiled, including three smartphones and three feature phones. The Windows Phone-powered devices would be the Lumia 900 and Lumia 610, while the 808 PureView would still use Symbian. The 808 is expected to be a replacement for the N8.
The Asha 302, Asha 203, and Asha 202 are also likely to be unveiled at the event. They will join four other Asha handsets introduced late last year at Nokia World and meant for Europe. They will likely run on Symbian S40 and top out with 1GHz processors. One of 200-series phones may have dual SIM cards, like the Asha 201. They are likely to be budget-priced as well.