A huge number of people may be set to trade in mobile phones once they set eyes on the latest two Nokia handsets.
Winrumors has reported that it understands the Finnish brand is set to announce the launch of a pair of new devices today (October 26th).
These are anticipated to be the Lumia 800 and the Lumia 710, which will be available to consumers at some point in November.
Nokia chief executive officer Stephen Elop is expected to make the announcement at the Nokia World conference.
The Lumia 710, which was previously known by the name Sabre, is likely to attract much interest in the market.
Winrumors believes that while a November release in leading European markets can be expected, the US will have to wait until 2012 to get its hands on the devices.
ABI Research recently noted that Nokia's position as the world's most popular mobile phone producer is under threat from Samsung.
Posted by Simon Thomas
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