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There are currently rumours circulating the internet (as usual) as to what the new Windows 8 toting Nokia Phones will be called, what their spec will be, and of course when we can expect them. We here at TechTurtleUK can answer at least 2 of those with some bonus information included to boot.


Nokia Phi

First off lets address the Phi. In an earlier post we gave you a run down of what to expect from the Phi and that it would have a slightly larger screen. Whilst we still haven’t got an update about the spec we can officially confirm  that the Nokia Phi will have a 4.5 inch screen, sitting it between the Samsung Galaxy SII and the HTC Titan, and Titan 2 for screen size.

Boasting a slightly larger screen than the Lumia 900’s 4.3 inches, and dwarfing that of the Lumia 800’s 3.7 inch screen, Nokia seem to be taking a leaf out of Samsung’s book and are increasing their screen real estate, it certainly couldn’t hurt as larger screens seem to be all the rage at the moment.

No word yet as to what the clarity will be like, but if its like the Lumia 900’s AMOLED clearblack screen it will clear and buttery smooth!


And the 4.3 Inch?

As mentioned in the title, there has been a picture leaked of a 4.3 inch screen for a different Windows Phone, although we have no name for the device as yet.

Perhaps Nokia are releasing just 3 phones, a smaller budget device, a middle of the range version, and a high spec device. It’s what they have done with the 710, 800 & 900 so perhaps the same will happen for Windows Phone 8? All will no doubt be revealed on 5th September, but will it be at Nokia World in Finland, or New York city?

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