It looks like we have one more source claiming that Nokia is to unveil a cheap Windows Phone handset at MWC 2012. According to Reuters, the Nokia Lumia 610 will indeed be announced next week in Barcelona, as tipped by people familiar with the matter. If the previous Lumia 610 rumors are on the right track, the smartphone will be priced very aggressively becoming the cheapest Windows Phone device out there. At less than $160 off-contract, the smartphone will still offer the core functionality of Windows Phone, but since it will most likely run the lightweight Tango update, too much of a processing punch will not be required.
Nokia launching at least one high-end smartphone in Barcelona, and the Lumia 900 might just be it. According to rumors, the international Lumia 900 will be more or less identical to the AT&T version, except for the 4G LTE radio, which will be replaced with a HSPA one.But wait, there is more! Reuters' source also claims that an international Nokia Lumia 900 is also going to make an appearance at MWC 2012. We have already heard rumors about
Of course, whether these rumors hold water or not will become known in less than a week's time. MWC 2012 kicks off in just a few short days, so stay tuned!