It was reported earlier this morning that the Nokia Lumia 730 might actually be announced at the Mobile World Congress that is happening in Barcelona later this month, but it seems that whoever provided that bit of rumor failed to expand on it. There are whispers going on around the street which claim that Nokia will not only release just the Lumia 730 at MWC, but will also accompany that with another 5 handsets. Out of the half dozen phones, two of them will be powered by Windows Phone from Microsoft, while another one is said to run on the Symbian platform. As for the remaining three, they will be S60 and S40 featurephones, at least according to Pocketnow.
Needless to say, Nokia has thrown their lot with Microsoft and does not have a plan B, so the main focus would be on the rumored two Windows Phone smartphones which are said to be unveiled then. One of them might probably be the global version of the Lumia 800, while the other could be the Lumia 730, although do not rule out the possibility of it being a more affordable Lumia 610. What do you think?
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