In line with the current online reports, Samsung has officially confirmed that its flagship Galaxy Note 2 will be roll-out on August 29; Apple is due to release its next generation iPhone – iPhone 5 on September 12; and now, newest report has indicated Nokia has decided to take part in this increasingly fierce competition, with kicking off a new Windows 8 phone at Nokia World on September 5.
The purported Windows 8 phone unleash is just one week before the unveil of much-anticipated Apple iPhone 5. While no further concrete details have been released about the Nokia’s Windows 8 phone and the release day is fast approaching, what on earth features we can expect from this cutting-edge handset? Let us wait and see!
The features we can expect:
Many authoritative sites like CNET have pointed out that the next flagship phone from Nokia will look quite similar to the Nokia Lumia 900. So what does this Lumia 900 successor will offer in the way of hardware?
Processor: Details are still sketchy at this moment, but most likely the next generation Nokia mobile will feature a dual-core Qualcomm processor. As is known to all, currently high-end Windows Phones will use Qualcomm's dual-core Snapdragon S4 Plus processor, which is the same LTE-ready chipset used in HTC One X family and the Samsung Galaxy s3.
Display: An online leaked report says that this mobile handset will sport s 4.3-inch AMOLED screen with a 1280 x 720 pixels HD resolution and Nokia's terrific ClearBlack display filter that cuts down glare.
OS: There is no doubt that this phone will pre-load Microsoft’s newest Windows 8 OS.
Design: Just like the Lumia 900, the Nokia Windows 8 phone will take the same polycarbonate unibody design.
Connectivity: Wi-Fi and LTE support.
Camera: It will stuff a front-facing camera of unspecified resolution so as to make use of the Skype App included in Windows Phone 8.
Other features: NFC support, microSD expansion, sport Microsoft's new Windows Phone start screen, enhanced voice commands, better integration for third-party services like Skype, Internet Explorer 10.
After flicking through the rumored specs mentioned above, what about your ideas on Nokia’s Windows 8 Phone? Just let your thoughts to be heard!