Monday, 19 March 2012

Nokia Lumia 719 spotted!

The Lumia 610 is coming soon and now we have got a legitimate image leak of another upcoming Windows smartphone, the Lumia 719. The fifth Windows Phone to be announced by Nokia, the Lumia 719 does look a lot like a hybrid version of the Lumia 610 and the 710, with the physical keys and the form factor. This image was first spotted on online site, Liveside, who found it via Weibo, which is the Chinese version of Twitter.

From what can be seen, we quite like the design of the phone. It looks like it has a 3.7-inch screen AMOLED display with Nokia’s Clear Black display, along with a 5 mp camera and 720p video recording at 30 fps. Obviously, even the lower end Lumia 610 has 720p recording as well, so there’s not too much of a surprise out there. It seems that this phone is going to hit the Asian and American markets in the near future and will be an upgrade from the 710. With the specs that have currently been leaked, there doesn’t seem to be too much of a difference from the 710, except for the slight modification in the form factor.

There could also be chances of this being the CDMA version of the Windows Phone, which favours the name 719 and the similar spec sheet. If that’s the case indeed, then we’re hoping that the 719 comes with a good price tag, considering how ridiculously CDMA phones have been priced in the recent past. That would also mean that they’re not in the mood of cluttering the market with similar spec’d phones (which a certain South Korean multinational conglomerate company is currently doing!).

There are chances that the phone will be unveiled in South East Asia on the 28th of March, when Nokia will be holding their Lumia event, so we’ll come to know more details about the specs, pricing and availability in the coming weeks or two. What do you guys think about the 719? Looks good enough to be your next smartphone, when it arrives? Let us know in the comments section below.

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