Fifth Nokia Windows Phone – Nokia Lumia 719 device image leaked

By LiveSide | In Featured, Mobile | Posted March 17, 2012 11 comments

NokiaWe’ve seen the device name Nokia Lumia 719 popped up several times before, both on the Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG) website as well as the Chinese SRRC radio management agency. Details had been vague about the device, and there had been rumors that it is simply a CDMA2000 version of the Lumia 710. However, images of a never-before-seen Nokia Windows Phone device had just been leaked via Weibo, the Chinese version of Twitter, which claims to be the new Nokia Lumia 719. Check it out below:

Nokia 719

As seen above, the device does not resemble any of the previously announced Nokia Lumia devices, indicating that the Nokia Lumia 719 is to be the fifth Windows Phone device coming from the Finnish company. The Weibo tweet mentioned that the device will come to China Telecom’s network, and will support both CDMA2000 and GSM networks, which had been confirmed via its radio certification previously.

The device name first appeared in a rumour from a Nokia Finland employee back in December last year, and both the Lumia 719 and 719C had appeared on OccasionalGamer’s statistics page. Not much is known about the Nokia Lumia 719 device yet, except the fact that it will have a 3.7” ClearBlack Display screen and 5 megapixel camera. The device is said to be targeted at the Asia, North America, and South America markets.

It is expected that this device will be announced during Nokia’s Chinese launch event on March 28.

Nokia Lumia Chinese launch

(Image courtesy of WPDang.com)

Posted March 17th, 2012 at 7:06 am
Category: Featured, Mobile
Tags: Nokia, Windows Phone
  • charlesdjones1

    Yeah, I’ll pass this one up and just get the 900 still.

  • Charles Jones

    Yeah, I’ll pass this one up and just get the 900 still.

  • wmp_surur

    Hmmmmm can I say another black slab, nondescript Windows Phone…………….

  • wmp_surur

    Hmmmmm can I say another black slab, nondescript Windows Phone…………….

  • http://www.craigmurdo.com Craig Murdo

    this matches the design of the 710 pretty closely if you look at size and positioning. Simply a new overlay on the buttons, and personally a large improvement. Content with my 800 though!!

    • damaster

      The top portion looks very much like the 710, while the bottom somewhat resembles 610 (but with physical buttons). Interesting to see what the specs are.

  • http://www.craigmurdo.com Craig Murdo

    this matches the design of the 710 pretty closely if you look at size and positioning. Simply a new overlay on the buttons, and personally a large improvement. Content with my 800 though!!

    • Damaster – LiveSide.net

      The top portion looks very much like the 710, while the bottom somewhat resembles 610 (but with physical buttons). Interesting to see what the specs are.

  • damaster

    Interestingly, back in December 2011, the Lumia 719 was accidently mentioned on the Nokia Conversations blog. See image below: http://p.twimg.com/AiSj9B4CEAAMuSL.jpg:large

  • Damaster – LiveSide.net

    Interestingly, back in December 2011, the Lumia 719 was accidently mentioned on the Nokia Conversations blog. See image below: http://p.twimg.com/AiSj9B4CEAAMuSL.jpg:large

  • http://zimbio.com/member/LucileAl/articles/YdNSeBX5bKJ/NutraScience+Diet+Review+Nutra+Science+Free Nutra Science Diet

    Nokia uses GSM in its phones, which is popular with the rest of the
    world. As such, their devices can and will only function on at&t or
    T-Mobile.