Nokia will showcase six new handsets at this month’s Mobile World Congress (MWC) event, with new additions to the Lumia range among them.
According to PocketNow, the Finns’ extensive line-up of handsets is led by an international version of the already-unveiled Lumia 900 – a kit whose spec sheet marks it out as the most lavishly equipped Nokia Windows phone so far.
Also set to land is the Lumia 610, the titular low number of which suggests it’ll be the most affordable Lumia kit. And rounding things off for higher-end devices is the 808 PureView, which reanimates Nokia’s Symbian OS’s twitching corpse.
Accompanying those kits are three cheap-as-chips kits in the Asha range, whose target market is principally in the developing world. Of these we know nothing other than that they’re dubbed the Asha 302, Asha 203, and Asha 202 respectively.
Advance notice of Nok Nok’s plans comes as it bids to make good on the glowing reviews and solid sales of the Lumia 800 and Lumia 710, which went at least some way towards restoring a rep horribly tarnished by the likes of the N8.
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