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Tweet: Nokia packing four new handsets in its luggage for trip to Barcelona

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Tweet: Nokia packing four new handsets in its luggage for trip to Barcelona
A tweet sent out by Alan Mendelevich, the guy who runs Windows cross-promotion network Adduplex, mentions some interesting things that have been turning up in his company's logs. By interesting things, we mean a number of new Nokia Lumia models that will be unwrapped at MWC 2013. One model he mentioned is the Nokia RM-914, which is expected to be the Nokia Lumia 520, a low-end entry level device that is expected to be equipped with a 4 inch Super Sensitive screen with a dual-core 1GHz processor under the hood, 512MB RAM, 8GB of native storage available (expandable with a microSD card), a rear-facing 5MP camera (no front-facing shooter) and of course, Windows Phone 8 installed.

Also mentioned is the RM-885, which is expected to be the Nokia Lumia 720. This model has similar specs to the Lumia 520, but with a larger 4.3 inch screen and a 6MP camera on back. The last two handsets are rumored to be the phones codenamed the Laser and the Catwalk. Both are high-end handsets said to be coming to Verizon. The Catwalk is allegedly a lighter, thinner version of the Nokia Lumia 920with a lightweight aluminum body. The Laser is rumored to be the Windows Phone flavored model with the 41MP PureView camera sensor.

So now it looks like we have four new reasons to look forward to MWC 2013, which starts a week from Monday.

source: @ailon via WMPoweruser

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