A host of unannounced Nokia smartphones made an appearance online during the past several days, courtesy of leaked info coming from the company’s Remote Device Access service.
Apparently, the company is currently working on more than one new Windows Phone, and is set to launch both new high-end devices and entry-level handsets for budget-conscious users.
Nokia’s RDA tool has unveiled model numbers such as Lumia 920, Lumia 950 and Lumia 510, along with the previously spotted Lumia 910 and Lumia 1001
, NokiaPowerUser reports
Moreover, the service also showed an yet unannounced Nokia Belle 805, a smartphone that was mentioned before in relation with the company’s dying family of Symbian devices.
For the time being, all info regarding these smartphones should be taken with a grain of salt, as there is a great possibility that they are not real, but the product of some enthusiast’s imagination.
However, Mobile-Review’s Eldar Murtazin claims that some of these handsets are, indeed, real, and that he already mentioned them, and that they would land on shelves with the upcoming Windows Phone 8 platform on board.
“910, 920, 950 I mention in a past :) one of them with 12 mpx - wp8 all of them I think (earlier it was wp7.5),” he said in a tweet
If these devices
are indeed real, it means that Nokia is working both on a higher-end smartphone than the Lumia 900 family, which should land as Lumia 1001, as well as on a cheaper device than the Lumia 610, supposedly set to arrive as the Lumia 510.
No specific info on what the Nokia Belle 805 would include has emerged, but it should be pretty close to the 808 PureView, which was launched earlier this year with Symbian on board.
Hopefully, official confirmation on these devices will emerge in the near future, as Nokia is expected to launch its first Windows Phone 8 devices this fall. Keep an eye on this space for more details on them.