Nokia Prepares 6 Phones for MWC

It seems that the Finnish mobile company, Nokia is trying hard to reclaim its lost glory and status in the world, as the latest rumor suggests that the company is coming to MWC with 6 new phones. Yes, you got it right, six phones. Obviously, not all of them will be Windows Phone, but two of them certainly are Windows Phone, while one is rumored to be a Symbian device.

The original story came out of PocketNow, which explains the potential release in an impressice way, “The six devices are supposedly split evenly among smartphones — two Windows Phones and a Symbian — and three S60 S40 featurephones.”

Given than the rumor comes true, the Windows Phone handset devices will, of course, draw more attention. It is being said that the two Windows Phone handsets comprise of a ‘global’ version of Lumia 900, permitting it to search for international acceptance, rather than being restricted to United States; and a low-end Lumia 610 handset device is expected to be revealed at the forthcoming event.

We assume that these two devices will play a vital role in letting company to achieve its desired goals. For instance, the Lumia 900 will help company to get through to the every corner of the world. While the Lumia 610 will help company to target the low-budget consumers that will in turn help Nokia to keep its sales on the higher side. And with two Windows Phone included, the company has an obvious change to boost its market share.

Nokia, in recent few moths, seem pretty active in regaining its lost status in the mobile market all across the world. Currently, the company is shaping to target every mobile price-point. Though arrogant, it may just be the approach required by Nokia to show its presence in the market.

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