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11 April 2012 10:34 GMT / By Rik Henderson
What looks like one NFC version of the Nokia Lumia 610 was carelessly leaked yesterday in a video released on the company’s own site. The video showed a white prototype, touted as the Nokia Lumia 610 NFC, centre of life used in the normal way NFC devices are, through . capturing a tag on a broadside, etc.
Of course, as is the passage with such accidental unveilings, the too early released video was promptly pulled when Nokia realised its mistake. Just not fixed enough for blog Nokia Buff, which managed to cobble together a translation of it that’s a grain more jerky and with crackly stable. It’s good enough, mind, to acquire the gist. UPDATE: We’ve updated with the official video, above.
Not that we be under the necessity to wait long to see the substantial version though, Nokia France’s communications superintendent Xavier des Horts has posted a tweet suggesting that the reinvigorated handset’s official unveiling will exist later on today.
UPDATE: As predicted, Nokia has very lately announced the Nokia Lumia 610 NFC. The newly come handset, which will launch on the Orange network, adds NFC capabilities into the mingle, allowing for tag reading and contactless settlement. The Nokia 610 NFC becomes the highest Windows Phone 7 handset to blend the technology.
The Nokia Lumia 610 NFC is pitched towards the other thing affordable end of the market and you be possible to read our first impressions of the phone at the time that we got hands-on with its non-NFC partner when it launched at Mobile World Congress 2012. The Nokia Lumia 610 NFC choose arrive in Q3 2012.
The phone is pictured steady the Orange France network and even if we haven’t had confirmation that it’s to come to Orange UK, the network has been showing a numerous deal of interest in NFC, in the same state we’re hopeful. We’ve asked approximately the UK release and will update allowing that we find anything out.
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