Rumor has it that an upcoming release date rally is set to strip the Nokia Lumia 920 of its flagship Windows Phone 8 status once and for all.
Well…at least for the luck folks in the US, that is.
According to the good people over at The Verge, Nokia is about to launch its next attack of huge scale on the US as part of its ongoing campaign to aggressively win back its fast-depleting consumer base. And in this instance, you can forget about a new Nokia Windows Phone 8 powerhouse gunning for glory on its own – try a trio of three brand-new flagship phones that bring something different to each of their respective carriers.
Starting with AT&T first, the report from The Verge suggests that the carrier’s new flagship for the WP8 OS will be the Nokia Lumia Eos, which will be the first of its kind to launch with the firm’s incredible 41-megapixel PureView camera technology. Further specs and features remain unknown, but chances are that given Nokia’s allegiance with AT&T it will be the most impressive of the bunch.
Next up is Verizon Wireless, which rumor has it is expecting delivery of the sweet-tiled Nokia Laser…or perhaps the Nokia Lumia Laser. No word on specs and features so far, other than it will be another Windows Phone 8 powerhouse with top-tier specs to outshine the Lumia 920.
Last up, the next Nokia flagship for T-Mobile will apparently be one that boats a unique aluminum body and thus represent a huge step away from the usual Lumia range with its colorful plastic clothing. Again, nothing in terms of specs and features, but this final entry seems to have been named with its aesthetic prowess in mind…say hello to the Nokia Catwalk!