First Windows Phone 8 Nokia smartphones leaked online

The Nokia Lumia series of smartphones is a masterpiece except for one thing – even the high-end models cannot be upgraded to Windows Phone 8. This is the reason why Nokia now works hastily on a new Lumia generation, this time compatible with Windows Phone 8 – and the first devices may be closer than expected.

The first members of the Windows Phone 8 Lumia generation – the Lumia 820 and Lumia 920 – have somehow made it to the Internet ahead of the official launch, expected to take place on September 5. The leaked pictures show Lumia smartphones that look like the current Lumia generation – but the Lumia 820 will offer an abundance of colors as it will ship in red, yellow, white, black, grey, blue and purple.

Nokia Lumia Smartphones

Hardware specs are unknown except for screen sizes (Lumia 920 – 4.5-inch display, Lumia 820 – 4.3-inch display), which means there’ll be a lot to talk about when the two smartphones get unveiled on September 5 so stay tuned to our web site.


Source: Gadgets.ndtv.com

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