Nokia may be launching two Lumia Windows Phone 8 (WP8) devices this week, but The Verge has learnt that the Finnish company is working on a Windows Phone 7.8 handset to succeed the entry level Lumia 610.
Codenamed "Glory", the handset will be equipped with a 4-inch display and low specs such as a 800MHz processor, and 256MB RAM. While the availability of the phone is still not confirmed, it is likely that Nokia will launch the Glory during the holiday season.
Judging from how the Nokia Lumia 610 managed to deliver decent overall performance despite its mediocre specs, we are expecting the Glory handset to deliver a similar, if not better user experience.
Source: The Verge