The phones will be debuted at the Nokia World event on September 5th, say the sources.
If accurate, Nokia seems to have picked a time just one week before Apple reveals their latest iPhone, a date that is likely not coincidence as the struggling smartphone maker tries to take market share from Android and Apple.
The operating system will bring much-needed changes to the platform, most importantly support for dual-core chips and higher resolution displays.
Nokia recently lost its crown as the world's most prolific phone maker, with Samsung out-shipping them last quarter.
Written by: Andre Yoskowitz @ 6 Aug 2012 12:50