Yes, we do know that Nokia intends to dispose of their luxury handset division that is known to the world as Vertu, but while the business world digests that bit of information, how about those of us who care more for the kind of hardware that a company makes instead of its bottom line?
Someone was quick enough to grab an image of Windows Phone 8, the next version of Microsoft’s mobile operating system, running on a Vertu handset that comes with 64GB of storage space. There are also other leaked photos that seem to point towards a kind of SkyDrive integration which might be included with the upcoming Windows Phone 8 operating system as well.
What do you think of the image on the right? Is it legit in any way, or do you think that this is a Photoshop job that was flawlessly executed to fool the masses? It might just be Vertu’s last hurrah under the Nokia banner, and all bets are off at this point in time.
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