Nokia “Martini”, A New Windows Phone Leaks Online

By Vivek

Nokia has already made a note-worthy announcement at the International Mobile World Congress 2014 which took place in Barcelona, Spain last week. However, the devices that were launched then didn't include Windows Phone devices. The Nokia X OS a customized version of Android was seen running on the latest Nokia X series launched at the MWC 2014.

Nokia “Martini”, A New Windows Phone Leaks Online


Now since the Microsoft's Build Conference is scheduled for next month, new Windows Phone device called by the codename "Martinin" has already started springing up online. Microsoft owned Nokia will most likely unveil the device at the same event.

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There are no information pertaining to the specs of the device so far. The alleged mention of the device was in fact made by a sensational Twitter user @evleaks. And the Windows Phone Blue running handset is basically all that we know of right now.

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On the other hand, reports online suggest that the Martini would be accompanied by several other Windows Phone 8.1 devices while other say that even the update will be coming for the platform.

Sadly, the specs of the device is not yet come to anyone's notice which is why we have no option but to wait for the Microsoft's Build Conference to take place.


Rumor has it that this would a device which will be placed in mid-range price category and would be the best in the range.

Stay tuned!


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