Chucked Nokia Windows Phone 8 prototype with the Vertu brand leaks, carries 64GB of memory
Nokia has apparently been toying around with the idea to out a luxury Vertu phone, which runs Microsoft's upcoming mobile OS version Windows Phone 8, if the latest leak is to be believed.
A prototype, which is probably now in the freezer, considering Nokia just sold Vertu to a private equity company, has emerged on a Chinese forum dedicated to WP, and it is built very much in the Vertu style, but is running Windows Phone 8. Actually this leaked prototype, if the real deal, confirms the naming scheme of Microsoft's next-gen mobile OS, which is also codenamed Apollo.
Moreover, the test unit had 64GB of internal memory, which is probably the least we could expect from handsets that usually sell for a few thousand instead of hundreds.