The Bluetooth Special Interest Group, the official organization for setting and maintaining Bluetooth standards, has outed a new Nokia Lumia handset that the Finnish company is yet to announce: The Lumia 719.
The new device was recently granted approval by the Bluetooth SIG, but this was the first time we’d heard about the mid-range handset, which is described as a “versatile, well-designed smartphone offering users easy and seamless [sic] to make the most of every moment, every day” on the Bluetooth SIG website.
The handset’s description goes on to mention Facebook and Twitter integration, a 5-megapixel camera capable of high-definition video recording, a 3.7-inch ClearBlack display, and exclusive content from ESPN and Univision. Unfortunately, however, there’s no picture to accompany that description.
The device is very similar to the existing Lumia 700, so it’s unclear how Nokia intends to position this handset, but maybe we’ll hear more about it from Mobile World Congress next week.
According to the Bluetooth SIG, the Lumia 719 will be available in Asia, North America, and South America, though a release date isn’t mentioned.
What do you think Nokia’s Lumia 719 might bring?
[via Unwired View]