STAY TUNED!
Google Pixel 5 event | Here's how to watch and what to expect
0 d
00: 00: 00

A bunch of new Lumias might be arriving with WP 8.1, including a global version of Verizon's Icon


A bunch of new Nokias are coming down the pipe, if you are to believe some leaky tweets. Two of those in particular have caught our attention, as they list specs very similar to the Lumia Icon, announced yesterday as a Verizon exclusive. Lumia 930 is shown with a 4.5" instead of a 5" display, 16 GB of storage instead of 32 GB, but with a microSD slot, and a larger, 2700 mAh battery, compared to Verizon's Icon. Another possible Lumia gets even closer, sporting a Full HD 5-incher plus a hearty 3000+ mAh battery, and more storage.

Lumia 1820 also deserves attention as a successor to Nokia's first phablet, listed with a frontal camera of the PureView variety (that would be a first), and arrival in the spring. Last but not least is the 630, which sports pretty decent midrange specs, and is likely a Lumia 620 successor. It looks like the Windows Phone 8.1 unveiling in April won't have a shortage of new phones with the version to show up, and these have probably been in the pipeline before Nokia got gobbled up by Microsoft. Here's the full scoop.

  • Nokia Lumia 930: Quadcore 2.2GHz, 2 GB, 16 GB, microSD, 2700mAh, 20 MP, 4.5inch, 1920x1080p
  • Nokia Lumia Icon US: 2410 mAh, 32 GB only
  • Nokia Lumia xxx: 5inch (1920x1080p) 32 GB, SDXC, 21 MP, 3xxxmah 2 GB RAM, Quadcore 2.3 GHz
  • Nokia Lumia 1820: 04/14 or 05/14, 32/64GB, frontcam pureview, maybe MWC
  • Nokia Lumia 630: 4.3″ WVGA, 8GB+SD, 1 GB RAM, 8MP, 2000MAh, Dualcore 1.7 GHz

source: NextLeaks (Twitter)

FEATURED VIDEO

Latest Stories

This copy is for your personal, non-commercial use only. You can order presentation-ready copies for distribution to your colleagues, clients or customers at https://www.parsintl.com/phonearena or use the Reprints & Permissions tool that appears at the bottom of each web page. Visit https://www.parsintl.com/ for samples and additional information.
FCC OKs Cingular's purchase of AT&T Wireless