Nokia has already had a busy year; the company recently announced the Lumia 900 for AT&T during the Consumer Electronics Show and it is already prepping to announce several new devices during this month’s Mobile World Congress trade show in Barcelona. Nokia will launch an international version of the Lumia 900, Pocketnow said Monday, although it is unclear if the device will offer the same 4G LTE support that it does in the United States. The company may also announce the Lumia 610, a phone that is expected to be a watered-down version of the Lumia 710. The successor to the N8, the Nokia 808 PureView, may also make an appearance but specs on that device are still unknown.
The Finnish phone maker will also reportedly take the wraps off of several Asha-branded S40 phones including the Asha 202, the Asha 203 and the Asha 302, and those phones will likely ultimately end up launching in emerging markets.
Deep down we’re hoping Nokia has a surprise up its sleeves. The firm has already shot down rumors that suggested it would add a better camera to the Lumia 900, though, so we’re not expecting anything too major at this point. The TechnoBuffalo team will be reporting live from Mobile World Congress in just two short weeks, so stay tuned for more.