While Nokia is preparing to unveil its Windows Phone early next week, some pictures have been published on the Web.
Next two Windows Phone devices sold by Nokia have been unveiled via two images published on a Twitter account. It would thus be the first smartphones from the Finnish manufacturer to ship Windows Phone 8, which is already done by Samsung at IFA.
The first, the Lumia 920, logically succeed Lumia 900 and would be known as code Nokia Phi. His camera have the integrated technology called PureView presented at the Mobile World Congress on Symbian in February. The display size is of 4.5 inches while rumors had forecast 4.7 inches. A patent recently discovered on the blog LiveSide consistent with the design shown in the picture below.
A second photograph published by @evleaks shows the Nokia Lumia 820, codenamed Arrow for its variation designed for CDMA networks. This Nokia device will be a mid-range device succeeding Lumia 800 with display size of 4.3 inch and a camera stamped Carl-Zeiss.
Judging by the latest Windows Phone 8 presented earlier this year by Microsoft, we imagine that these smartphones will be compatible with the wireless technology NFC and will have multicore chips. Recall that the annual summit of the Nokia World will take place on September 5.