Nokia's Windows Phone 8 smartphone framework shows a 4.3-inch screen with a resolution of 1,280 x 720 pixels or 800 x 480 pixels.
Just a few weeks before the Nokia World event, rumors of Finnish phone maker Windows 8.1 product key products were mounting.
Nokia's Windows Phone 8 screen frame is revealed by hardware maker Nokia for ALPS. Besides the new Windows 8 product key logo, there is a small hole at the top that houses the front camera as well as the light sensor.
It's likely to be one of Nokia's next three mid-range smartphones, due to the fact that the screen frame is a removable part of the Windows Phone 8 machine, with a home button on the side of the machine featuring a new logo. This operating system. In addition, the lines at the corners and sides of the machine are curved, completely different from the square design of the current Lumia 800, Lumia 900 series.