The Nokia camp has been pretty active these last few months. Their Windows Phone line has been received predominantly praise from tech-insiders and consumers alike with amongst the most striking design out there – and they’ve recently unveiled their N900 in a bid to take over the US. Now Pocketnow claim to have gotten the scoop on the Finnish giant’s Mobile World Congress lineup, well, they’ve gotten the handset names at least.
With six devices expected, we can look forward to two Windows Phones, one Symbian handset and three S40 feature phones. While there aren’t details leaked in this update, it does give us something to go by with one of the two Windows Phones likely being the Nokia Lumia 900 / 910. The other could well be an entry level handset dubbed the Nokia Lumia 610.
The Symbian handset could be the Nokia 808 PureView, rumoured to be the full-touchscreen successor to the Nokia N8, possibly even running the rumoured next iteration of Symbian. As for the feature phones, these will probably be the Nokia Asha 302, Asha 203 and Asha 202. No doubt there will also be a vast amount of white sprinkled about: White Nokia Lumia 800s, white Nokia Lumia 900s and maybe even another white N9 as seen at Nokia World 2011, you never know.
All will be revealed at MWC at the end of the month so report back when we’ll be on the frontline delivering the latest your way.