We are sure that Windows fan would be anxious to get their hands on the yet to release Nokia Lumia Icon and why wouldn’t they be as it’s the smartphone with the latest specs that they can get their hands on.
Nokia might have accidentally placed a dummy of their latest flagship smartphone the Lumia Icon instead of Lumia 928 at Fry’s retail location San Marcos on Verizon’s table. Now you would be wondering how we noticed that. Because the dummy version had a 20 megapixel camera on its back and the Windows OS had a three column design.
Now the real reason for the Lumia Icon for being famous is its screen size which would be 5-inches while packing all the sweet specs of the old flagship smartphone the Lumia 1520 which had a 6-inch screen and thus comes in phablets, so it was impossible to fit them into your pockets. The Nokia Lumia Icon will have a 5-inch screen supporting a resolution of full HD 1080p, Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor clocked at 2.2 GHz, 2GB of RAM and 32 GB of internal storage, but the only downside to the smartphone might be it being a carrier exclusive smartphone offered by Verizon.
Nokia is also releasing a mini version of their Lumia 1520 which looks like a stupid decision after hearing about the Lumia Icon as everyone would be interested to get their hands on the Lumia Icon instead of the mini Version of Lumia 1520 but that might be a marketing strategy by Nokia to get to sell their smartphones. To see a dummy of the Lumia Icon this soon would mean that we might see the smartphone in February at MWC as evleaks did tweet that Nokia might release the smartphone in February or March.
We did see the Lumia Icon retailed on Verizon’s for a few moments after they took it down immediately showing a price of $777 off contract and $199 on a two year contract. That is all about the new Nokia Lumia Icon, we will update you guys as soon as something comes up probably next month on MWC.
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