Nokia will start to make good on its promise to bring a host of cheaper Windows phones to market this month, insiders claim.
According to industry sources cited by Reuters, the Lumia 610, which rocks a mid-range to low-end spec sheet that suggests it'll be keenly priced, will break cover next week at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona.
And it won’t be the sole new device from the House of Nokia to debut at the tech expo, the business news provider reckons.
The much higher-end Lumia 900, or the Lumia 910 as it’ll reportedly be known in Europe, will also purportedly show its face at Nok-Nok’s showcase on February 27th.
Both phones will feature the latest 7.5 version of the Windows software, as well as customised services focussed on navigation and music which are exclusive to Nokia.
News of the Finnish phone-maker's plans come as it fights to turn around its ailing smartphone business, after a painful last four years during which time it has surrendered mind and market share to Android and the iPhone.