Thursday, 22 August 2013

Codenames of Nokia's Windows Phone devices leaked

Nokia is reportedly working on eight devices out of which two would be large screen Windows Phone phablets, one might be Windows RT tablet, one Asha device and other would be Windows Phone devices.

Finnish handset manufacture, Nokia is working on eight devices including few large screen bearing phablets, one Windows RT tablet, one Asha handset and other Windows Phone devices, according to a report of Evan Blass who claimed this through his Twitter account - EVLeaks.

As per the claim, the devices are codenamed as Bandit, Lanai, Orion, Pegasus, Rivendell, Shorty, Sirius and Bree. Out of these devices, the Bree is expected to be the Nokia Asha platform based device.

Nokia has been reported of working on more than one large screen Windows Phone based devices. One of them is reported to carry the codename Bandit. The Bandit smartphone will have a 6-inch full 1080p HD display. This smartphone is expected to be made available with the purported Windows Phone GDR3 update that is expected to bring 1080p HD and multi-core processor support.

The Rivendell is the heavily rumoured Windows RT based tablet that Nokia has been reportedly working on since months. This tablet is speculated to feature the quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 chipset. No details were available on the other codenames of whether they would be Windows Phone devices or Asha devices.

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