With only a few days left for the official launch of Windows Phone 8 operating system, new images of a Nokia phone has started to surface. The leaked images are considered to be of Nokia Arrow which is a mid-range smartphone expected to be powered by ‘Windows Phone 8’ operating system. The leaked images showed a yellow colored phone with Nokia logo in it. The image only displayed the back casing of the phone.
The looks suggest that Nokia have implemented a polycarbonate construction similar to the existing Nokia Lumia models. The leaked images appeared on a Hong-Kong based Blog.
PureView Camera Technology
Analysts predict that Windows Phone 8 devices would be announced by Nokia during an event on September 5th. There are also reports suggesting that Nokia Phi, rumored to be one among the Windows Phone 8 based devices to be released, is being positioned as the top-end Windows Phone 8 smartphone model. Sources also suggest rumored Nokia Phi to include a PureView Camera feature in it. Even though there is no official confirmation from the company, these rumors do makes sense taking in to context the Nokia’s Windows Phone 8 event slated for September 5.
There have been reports earlier about the minimal possibility of integrating the PureView technology in to the Windows Phone 8 platform. But those rumors took a new turn when one of the Nokia officials stated in a technology blog that the technology will feature in one of the Lumia phones soon.
Nokia has already released a teaser video hinting about the possibility of implementing a PureView technology in one of its Windows Phone 8 based Lumia phones. The teaser video stated, “things are about to change”. With this latest technology, users could expect a new Windows Phone 8 based Lumia phone with a 41 megapixel sensor.