Nokia, the Finland Company well known for its economical and rock steady handsets seems to be all ready to launch a high end luxurious mobile. The company in an attempt to woo the luxury loving customers is working on a mobile priced at around $4000. In partnership with Vertu, Nokia is working on in as an Android operating system phone.
With references from the Japanese blog ‘Blog of Mobile’, it is learnt that these handsets will be supporting Android 4.0 Icecream Sandwich operating system. It will probably be named as Constellation Ti or the Vertu Ti. Specifications are as follows:
Dual Core processor: 1.5GHz Qualcomm MSM8260 Snapdragon processor
NFC and Bluetooth: 4.0
Battery capacity: 1250mAh
According to a report by Unwired view, the handset will bear model number RM-828V that looks familiar with the model numbers of Nookia’s latest Lumia WP8 handsers: Lumia 920 and 820. The phone is expected to be unveiled officially at Mobile World Congress 2013(MWC) at Barcelona this month.
The recent Windows 8 supporting Lumia Series launched by Nokia has attracted positive response. Time will only decide if Nokia can bring back its glory as a pioneer in mobile manufacturing.