It looks like Nokia is reading for something big at the Mobile World Congress trade fair, which is set to kick off on February 27, in Barcelona, Spain
Although there’s no word on any high-end smartphone that might be announced at the end of the month, except the global version of Lumia 900, word on the street is that the Finnish company will launch no less than six new devices at MWC 2012
The guys over at Pocketnow
found out the names of the phones that will be released in Barcelona at the end of the month, but they couldn’t get any details on these devices.
According to them, Nokia plans to debut no less than six new phones at the exhibition: two Windows Phone devices, one Symbian smartphone and three feature-phones.
Aside from the global version of the Lumia 900
, Nokia will announce the budget-friendly Lumia 610 Windows Phone handset. The Nokia 808 PureView will be released as well, probably with Nokia Belle on board.
Nokia 808 PureView has been previously tipped as the successor of the old Nokia N8 camera phone. However, the 808 PureView will probably boast a better camera and most certainly a touchscreen display.
Given the fact that Nokia N8 boasts a 12-megapixel rear camera with Carl Zeiss optics, Xennon flash and autofocus, it will be interesting to see if Nokia PureView will come up with something better than this.
Furthermore, Nokia will also showcase three new Asha series feature-phones. Nokia Asha 302, Asha 203 and Asha 202 will probably have similar features as their predecessors, Asha 200, 201, 300 and 303.
Unfortunately, there are no additional details on any of the phones’ specs sheets, but more information will probably leak by the time Nokia decides to go official with these devices at the Mobile World Congress 2012.