Nokia could be launching two new Windows Phone 8.1 handsets next month, according to a new report from My Nokia Blog. The site claims we’ll see the Lumia 630 and Lumia 930 unveiled this April during Microsoft’s BUILD conference, where the latest version of its smartphone OS is expected to launch as well.
We already know a good amount about what to expected from the rumored Lumia 630 (codename Moneypenny). The device is rumored to offer a 4-inch display, 1GB of RAM, dual-SIM card slots, and 3G capability. A photo of the mid-range handset (pictured above) leaked earlier this month suggests it will launch in multiple colors including orange, green, yellow, white and black.
As for the Lumia 930 (codename Martini), this is the first we’re hearing of the device. We assume it will be a step above the current crop of Lumia 920/925/928, and could be a global version of the recently-released Lumia Icon. The report also notes that Nokia’s rumored “Goldfinger” device has been delayed, according to what the blog says is a “trusted source.”
Microsoft is expected to announce an array of new smartphones alongside Windows Phone 8.1 next month, so we’re not surprised to hear that Nokia is getting in on the action. We just hope these smartphones live up to their James Bond-inspired codenames. Stay tuned.