Nokia Event Slated for 19 April: Lumia 630, 635, Martini Expected To Launch

By Vivek

Finnish smartphone maker Nokia did make a clever move this year by unveileing its latest Nokia X smartphones at the International Mobile World Congress 2013, held in Barcelona, Spain last week but it was pretty much a sad moment for the Windows Phone lovers as the copmany didn't show any Windows Phone devices then.

Nokia Event Slated for 19 April [Report]


But now the most prominent tech-bound Twitter user @evleaks has come up with post which reads, "Nokia event April 19th?" Thus this is pretty much a hint to something if the leakster is to be believed. As far as the credibility of the Twitter user is concerened, @evleaks could be trusted on this one as most of earlier informations coming from the uesr has fruitfully turned out to be true.

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The date might be very important for the Windows Phone device lovers. If we are not mistaken, the Nokia Lumia 630 and 635 might be the two handsets which could get announced then. Also the rumored handset bearing codename Martini is expected to be seen at the very event.

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The former two handsets have been taking stroll in the rumor streets for quite sometime now while the Martini has recently been heard-of. There is no firm information pertaining to whether these devices will be unveiled at the event but these could possibly be the most likely ones to get announced.


While apart from that the company hasn't got anyother products to highlight at the very event, as far as the rumors are to be believed. Yes, Windows Phone 8.1 update could also be the part of the event.

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