Two Nokia Windows Phone 8 Phones With Multi-Core Processors & High-Res Screens Coming This September!

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 An interesting piece of information regarding the upcoming Windows Phone 8 phones have caught our attention. Reportedly, Nokia is planning to launch two Windows Phone 8 phones this September.

According to a report, first two Windows Phone 8 phones will be out as early as 5th September. These phones will be manufactured by Nokia, one of the strongest Windows Phone OS partners of Microsoft.

These devices will be powered by Microsoft’s next generation Windows Phone 8 OS while the hardware itself will be manufactured by Nokia as has been the case with all Nokia Windows Phone devices till date.

The launch of Windows Phone 8 phones is highly anticipated, and amidst the uproar surrounding the same, the Windows Phone 8 phones launch is reportedly datelined for 5th September.

While there is a dearth of technical specifications of these devices, we have learned that the two phones are the next members of Nokia Lumia Windows Phone family. Reportedly, the devices include Nokia Lumia 910 (that was spotted a couple of times in leaks) and Nokia Lumia 920.

In line with hardware support advancements Microsoft has made with its Windows Phone 8 OS, Nokia too has pushed the pedals lighting up hopes of launching Windows Phone 8 phones which will be powered by multi-core processors and support high resolution displays.

These Windows Phone 8 Nokia phones, the first in the series of even more powerful devices Nokia is expected to launch, will also support high resolution imaging since the camera reportedly employs Nokia PureView technology that debuted with the Symbian-based Nokia 808 PureView, the 41MP camera phone.

Several hardware partners including Samsung, HTC and Huawei are said to working on their own hardware that might employ Windows Phone 8 OS. With the launch of Windows Phone 8 OS anticipated in the first week of September, several of these anticipated devices might also surface.

With the launch of the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 and Apple’s next iPhone anticipated around the same time, how Nokia Windows Phone 8 phones shape Nokia’s future remains to be seen. That said, it is quite apparent that the coming has earned quite some fame for its Lumia series of devices, and learning from its mistakes perhaps, it might fare even better this time around.

We will keep you posted as more details surface. Stay tuned!

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  1. By: Kyle Marshall on July 29, 2012 at 10:57 am

    How do they plan on releasing two phones in september, when wp8 won't be out until November?