It looks like Nokia has a lot of tricks up its sleeve when it comes to new smartphones for its Windows Phone-based Lumia family. A few days ago, evidence surfaced that Nokia was prepping for the launch of the Lumia 610 device. Now there's word that Nokia could be releasing yet another device, the Lumia 719.
The evidence was seen by Unwiredview.com as it checked out the official certification site for the Bluetooth standards. The site showed approval for the Nokia Lumia 719. The listing said that it has a 3.7 inch display with a five megapixel camera and that it would be sold in North and South America as well as Asia. There's no word as to why Europe was not named.
Aside from that there's little concrete information about this newly discovered Lumia 719. Nokia may be getting ready for an announcement of this smartphone sometime next week during the World Mobile Congress trade show in Barcelona, Spain. The company is expected to make a number of new phone announcements at the show, which begins on Monday, February 29. Of course, the biggest announcement for the show is expected to be Microsoft's launch of the Consumer Preview version of Windows 8.
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