Nokia has all decked out for the first day of the Microsoft Build Developer Conference 2014, where it may pull the veil off two new Nokia Lumia handsets namely the Lumia 930 and the Lumia 630.
The official blog, Nokia Conversations has explicitly stated the rollout of the event. The post titled, “If you BUILD, they will come…” on the Nokia Conversations aptly describes the essence of the Conference which is scheduled to start from April 2nd. Nokia, in collaboration with Microsoft, will unleash “some treats”, probably the two much-anticipated Windows Phone 8.1 handsets.
With many speculations blowing the air around Nokia lately, it was also rumored that the Lumia maker might reveal Lumia 930 (codenamed as Martini) on April 19th, on one of the later days at the conference. Apparently, some other devices such as weirdly Lumia 1820, Lumia 1525 and 1520 V were also at the top of the to-be-launched list of Nokia handsets. Confirmation regarding the same hasn’t arrived though.
Nokia Lumia 630, codenamed MoneyPenny, is slated to be released in both single and dual-SIM variants. Considering that it’ll be the first ever dual-WIM Windows Phone, MoneyPenny is bound to live true to its meaning. However, it’s said to be released without a flash. This might be indicative of a lower price for the handset.
While a lot has been unraveled about the Lumia 630, its 930 counterpart still seems to be thriving under an ostensible shadow. No absolute details have been revealed about the Martini, yet. Codenamed “Goldfinger”, the Nokia Lumia 930 is expected to have a 3D touch interface.
According to some reports, the availability of these third-gen Lumia phones seem likely between July and August this year.
Nokia seems to be pushing all the barriers to conquer the handset industry by plunging into the experimental waters. And by working with Microsoft, on its Windows Phone platform, the prospects of impending success look vibrant.