Another day, another leak. According to @evleaks, Nokia might be hosting an event on April 19. There is a question mark attached to the tweet, and another question, of course, is the cause for the occasion. We are making an educated guess that the event will be related to Windows Phone 8.1, as the update is expected this spring, between April and June.
Being Microsoft's strongest mobile arm, we expect Nokia to spearhead the launch of the new Windows Phone 8.1 platform with at least one new handset - probably a successor to the Lumia 920. Our bets are on the rumored WP 8.1 device codenamed "Martini".
In addition to it, Nokia has two dual-SIM models in its pipeline - the Lumia 630 and 635. They bring along another possibility for the upcoming event - if it happens, that is.
Nokia notably abstained from Windows Phone at this year's MWC expo. It focused on its latest low and mid-range lineup, which consists of a new featurephone, a new Asha smartphone, and a new X-series of smartphones based on Android. The silence around Windows Phone could be considered as a warning for the oncoming storm.