It looks like most the smartphone and tablet action will happen at Mobile World Congress this year in February, the list of rumored devices coming to the show is already higher than anything we had last year, including three new Android flagships.
We will be getting our first taste of Windows Phone at the event according to a new report, Nokia is apparently preparing the Lumia 1820, a new smartphone and the Lumia 2020, a new eight-inch tablet.
This is a step up in the numbers on the smartphone side, earlier this month we got our first look at the Lumia 1520, the 6-inch Windows Phone phablet and the Lumia 2020 steps down a little bit from the Lumia 2520 tablet, possibly due to the smaller size.
The Lumia 1820 is expected to be the follow up from the Lumia 1020 and the next flagship for Nokia on Windows Phone. The main focus will be adding all the GDR3 update support, including a 1080p display and quad-core processor.
We will also see advanced Lytro camera features on the Lumia 1820 and we wouldn’t be surprised to once again see a huge megapixel number to fit alongside the 41MP camera on the Lumia 1020.
On the tablet side, the Lumia 2020 should work similar to the Lumia 2520 with the major difference being the size. Eight inch screens are becoming more viable as the iPad Mini gains success and Nokia is jumping on the bandwagon.
MWC will be where all of this and more devices are announced, we could see Nokia announcing more than just these two devices, they normally add a slew of cheap Windows Phone devices alongside their flagship.