MWC is so very, very close, and the rumours are swirling. Among the more promising is that Nokia will unveil a whole suite of new handsets. Not just Windows Phone devices either; a split of WP7, Symbian and feature phones. Hang on a minute — feature phones? Did we slip back into 2002 and nobody told me? That aside, it's the Windows Phone 7 devices that would appear to hold the most appeal; the international version of the Lumia 900 and the low-end Lumia 610 are the hot tipped favourites. [Pocketnow via The Next Web]
Will Nokia Unveil Six New Handsets At MWC?
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