Bluetooth Approved Nokia Lumia 719 Windows Phone Appears in “Leaked” Photo
Allegedly this “leaked shot” is our first sneak peak at the upcoming Nokia Lumia 719 – a future member of Nokia’s Windows Phone 7 club, which has been recently spoken of and has been passed for approval with Bluetooth by meeting the criteria to support the mobile connectivity standard.
Claimed to be a budget range model for and Eastern and Asian market, the gadget is a sturdy looking piece of hardware but strangely buck the trend Nokia embraced last year whilst reinventing itself with its top end Windows mobiles such as the Lumia 800, which this one – the Lumia 719 (if we believe that’s what it is) – appears nothing like. It does seem to feature all the appropriate livery with Nokia and Windows Phone symbol in familiar positions but maybe it’s just that this leak comes in the form of a very crudely shot photo, and not an official render, that it reeks a little bit of a fake.
The certification through Bluetooth SIG suggests the Nokia Lumia 719 as 2 “versatile and well-built smartphone” which will come including 3.7” ClearBlack display, Twitter and Facebook integration and 5-megapixel camera with HD output amongst its features. The Lumia 719 is expected to make its first official and public appearance at an event in China on March 28th.