Sources cited by Reuters have mentioned that the Lumia 610 and the global version of the Lumia 900 are indeed making an appearance at the MWC. What makes us curious about these rumors is that there hasn’t been any claims of this being false, though the existence of a global version of the Lumia 900 has been denied a few times. But these new reports seem to suggest that the global version of the Lumia 900 is indeed real. If all goes as per planned, we must see three new smartphones from Nokia at the MWC. That includes the alleged successor of the N8 known as the Nokia 808. Then there’s the low end Windows Phone smartphone, the Lumia 610. And finally we have the Lumia 900 global edition, the existence of which is still relatively unknown.
Smartphones like these are vital for Microsoft’s Windows Phone platform with Android and iOS dominating the market. There are very few smartphones out there running on the Windows Phone platform, but I guess the Nokia Lumia devices have helped the cause greatly. Nokia is not having a great time in the market either with its market share quickly diminishing. But with Nokia’s reach spreading throughout Asian and European countries, the stringent marketing strategy could do some good. And with the new Lumia 610 (targeted towards the low end market) and the Lumia 900 which for now is an AT&T exclusive in the U.S, and Nokia could regain its lost glory yet again.