Tuesday, December 24, 2013

Rumor: Nokia's First Dual SIM Windows 8.1 Smartphone

Before the year ends few days from now, this might be the most interesting story I ever heard from the wild. It's all about the upcoming Nokia's first dual SIM handset with Windows Phone 8.1 operating system. And most of us doesn't know the exact plan of the prominent company in mobile phone industry, right? However, a screenshot coming from EVLeaks brought out a new topic to talk about.

According to Windows Phone Central, it was first spotted in India for testing, the Moneypenny dual-SIM phone. The RM-977 4.5-inch device capable of carrying two different cards at the same time. And Moneypenny is just a code name for this handset but the original flagship is no other than Nokia. That would be a variant of Nokia Lumia 630 or 635 models with a missing piece of details.

Nokia First Dual SIM Windows 8.1 Smartphone

Try to examine the above screenshot coming from EVLeaks, you are about to see the two 3Gs icon appears in the upper left-corner of the screen. That means two different signals are detected in only one screen.

For now, nobody knows the exact name of this upcoming dual-SIM handset nor official statement from the manufacturer. But according to other reports, this will come in less than $200.00 each. A budget-friendly smartphone coming from Nokia powered by Windows Phone 8.1.

Nokia is probably planning to bump their new upcoming smartphones to Android-powered handsets with dual-SIM capability in affordable prices as expected by practical people. Currently, there are handful of brands in the market which we cannot directly recognize but because of their one-of-a-kind features and unique styles as well of Android computing environment, it can really capture our attention.

There is no exact details for the specs of Moneypenny or Nokia's first dual-SIM phone. But I am waiting for other important info from any reliable sources on the line that will make clear of the entire story.



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