Nokia’s first-quarter earnings report sent the stock tumbling on Thursday morning, but Windows Phone fans still got some good news. According to a report from The Financial Times, Nokia is developing at least three new high-end smartphones that will launch later this year and will represent Nokia’s latest effort to “revitalize” its handset business. The first is a Windows Phone phablet, which FT reports will have a display measuring between 5- and 6-inches diagonally. In addition, the report claims Nokia plans to launch a Lumia handset with a 40-megapixel PureView camera as well as a “more advanced” version of the Lumia 920. No other details or launch timing were noted in the report.
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