The picture of what Nokia is preparing to unveil at Mobile World Congress in a couple of weeks has all of a sudden become clearer, as a leak has provided the names of six phones we can expect from the Finnish manufacturer at the show.
In a move that will come as a surprise to no-one at all, the Lumia 900 is at the top of the list. Ever since it was announced for the US market at CES 2012, it has been rumoured to be making its appearance in Europe either as a straight copy without LTE, or as the 12 megapixel-equipped Lumia 910.
The second phone on the list is also one that has been discussed at some length – the N8′s successor. The leak names the device as the Nokia 808 PureView, but doesn’t expand on the feature list. Previously rumoured as the 801 and the 803, the Symbian phone is said to be the last of its kind from Nokia.
Then we have another Windows Phone from Nokia, the Lumia 610, which will fill a spot in the range below the Lumia 710. Finally there are three S40 feature phones, all part of the Asha range first launched at Nokia World last year.
Joining the Asha 202 and Asha 203 will be the Asha 302, and some details on the phone have come from a separate leak, indicating it’ll be a QWERTY phone with a 2.6- screen, a 3.2 megapixel camera and 3G.
That’s a line-up to rival Nokia World’s, and it’s great to see Nokia back on its feet in 2012.