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Nokia to unveil two new devices at Microsoft build conference 2014

Mar 21 2014, 12:20pm CDT | by , in News | Mobile Phones

Nokia to unveil two new devices at Microsoft build conference 2014
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Nokia, alongside Microsoft, will announce the Lumia 630 or “Moneypenny” and the Lumia 930 or “Martini”

The build 2014 is almost here and we are coming closer to the Windows Phone 8.1 launch and this has triggered the chain of whispers and we are getting hints on what to expect from the upcoming new OS update. Some sources (reliable ones) have claimed that we will have Nokia and Microsoft together on the stage for the announcement of two new Windows Phone devices.


The two phones are so far rumored to have a target market of the lower as well as the higher end and the portfolio is most likely expected to start with Lumia 630 or “Moneypenny” as it has been nicknamed. It will have two variants of single and dual SIM platform along with on screen keys. The other device in the portfolio is the Lumia 930 or “Martini” which still has not leaked properly but through what we have speculated already, the phone be a Lumia icon re-purposed for global distribution but there have been no further details on this one.

Both these devices will make their way to the Microsoft build conference 2014 which is taking place this April. The other Nokia high end flagship which we know as the “goldfinger” has been pushed back in terms of time frame and it will not be announced at the conference.

source: mynokiablog

 

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