Nokia is already heavily invested in Microsoft’s Windows Phone platform, and we already know that it’s going to launch a Windows Phone 8 device (check out the sweet yellow panel on this bad boy). However, now it appears that the company has a new phone with a nice and large 4.3-inch display. We can tell it’s a Windows Phone 8 device due to the revamped logo on the Start button just below the screen.
The part was leaked from China’s CN Beta and its legitimacy is still up in the air. Unlike Nokia’s Lumia 800 and Lumia 900 devices, the screen points to rounded corners, which the company has so far reserved for its mid-range Lumia 610 and Lumia 710 devices. Still, a larger display could point to a more high-end device since bigger seems to be all the range at the high-end of the smartphone market these days.
We bet we’ll hear more about this phone, and several others, during Nokia World in a few weeks.