See that less than impressive photo above? That, dear Techies, shows what is rumored to be the fifth Windows Phone from Nokia also known as the Lumia 719. The device has popped up in before although this could be the first a supposed image of it has been leaked.
As you can see, it looks different from the previous Lumia handsets with its curved edges and "softer" overall look. We're thinking, if this is legit, then the Finns might be experimenting on a new exterior for its Windows Phone line. Not much is known about the Lumia 719 on the inside although it will reportedly have a 3.7-inch touchscreen with ClearBlack technology (similar with phones like the E7) and a 5-megapixel camera.
Of course, we're still taking this with a grain of salt, especially with the quality of the leaked photo. We could be looking at a discontinued prototype because, at least for us, the design of this one is a little bit outdated. But, then again, given how Nokia is rolling out more Windows Phone handsets slowly but surely, a new Lumia coming soon is not a far-fetched idea.
As for availability, the Lumia 719 is expected to be unveiled in Nokia's China Lumia launch event next week and should roll out to Asian, North and South American markets. We'll be keeping watch.