By Evan Blass | February 27, 2012 9:20 AM
We’ve gotten wind of the names, but not the details, of the handsets Nokia reportedly plans on revealing later this month at Barcelona’s Mobile World Congress. The six devices are supposedly split evenly among smartphones — two Windows Phones and a Symbian — and three
S60 S40 featurephones. Specifically, we’re now expecting the global version of the Lumia 900, an entry-level handset dubbed the Lumia 610, and the Nokia 808 PureView, which has been rumored as a full touchscreen successor to the camera-centric N8. Also tipped were the Asha 302, Asha 203, and Asha 202.
As for the Windows Phones, we’ve already seen the 900 introduced at CES for AT&T; moreover, we were tipped a few months back on a handset that claimed to be the Lumia 601 (not 610), but whose renders appeared somewhat suspect. That imagery had the phone looking very much like a keypad-less X3 which, while certainly a possibility, doesn’t seem to fall in line with the company’s latest smartphone design language.