Nokia is set to be part of Microsoft in just a day or two, but a couple of new devices have floated up, both powered by the upcoming Windows Phone 8.1 mobile operating system.
The company unveiled its first such handsets the form of the Lumia 930 and the Lumia 630, but of which come installed with Windows Phone 8.1, and it seems a few more might be landing on the store shelves in the coming months.
Information about these handsets has been spotted in the Nokia Care Suite application that was actually updated a little while back to include support for some new models.
Now, these devices are shown to be powered by Windows Phone 8.1, and are only mentioned by their model numbers that include such glorious pairings like RM-974, RM-975, RM-976, RM-977, RM-978, RM-979, RM-1010, and RM-1027.
Good luck figuring out which is which!
However, the Nokia RM-1010 and RM-1027 are two that stand out here, as these have also shown up on AdDuplex recently. All these devices are said to come with enhanced definition displays running at 854 by 480 pixels, you know, the one that some plasma televisions still rock.
If it’s good enough for a 43-inch TV, it’s good enough for a 4.3-inch smartphone!
Given their low resolutions screens, chances are that one of these new devices could actually be the long rumored Lumia 530. If it is, and it releases at an attractive price point, then we pretty much have another rip roaring success on our hands here.
There is also a full HD model in here, in the form of a 5-inch device, which in all probability is the recently announced Lumia 930. In all probability.
File these are rumors for now, but expect much more on these in the near future.