Four New Nokia Lumia Models Spotted in Server Logs

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We’re coming down to the wire on Nokia’s MWC event, with just one week to go until we get to see what’s new from the company. Our chance of seeing a tablet may be shot, but there are plenty of rumors about new smartphones that should keep us satisfied. Chances are, not everything we’ve heard about will make an appearance, but Nokia could still have a good number of new phones to show off. Just how many, though? According to the logs of one ad network serving Windows Phone apps, Nokia seems to have four new models in operation.

Two of them are essentially locks: the Lumia 720 and Lumia 520, models RM-885 and RM-814 respectively. We’ve seen those guys in regulatory paperwork, and heard some rumored specs, so all that’s left now is to make the official. The other two are a little more mysterious.

These phones identify as models RM-887 and RM-860. The latter, at least, is apparently running on Verizon, and though the wording is ambiguous, the former may be, as well. That’s interesting, as we’ve heard about the so-called Laser for Verizon, which could be its version of the 920. Other rumored upcoming Nokia phones include the metallic Catwalk, the Flame for T-Mobile, and of course the rumored EOS with its Pure View camera.

No matter what the lineup ends up being, it seems likely that Nokia’s going to have a whole bunch of new phones ready for us next week.

Source: Alan Mendelevich (Twitter)
Via: Unwired View

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