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Nokia Lumia 719 passes Bluetooth certification

We've seen the Nokia Lumia 610 pass through Indonesia certification and now Nokia Windows Phone has appeared on the radar. The Nokia Lumia 719 recently passed certification through the Bluetooth Special Interest Group.

Details on the Lumia 719? The product detail lists the Windows Phone heading to Asia, North America and South America. The Lumia 719 is described as,

The Nokia 719 is a versatile, well-designed smartphone offering users easy and seamless to make the most of every moment, every day.

Bluetooth SIG shows the 719 having a 5 MP auto-focus camera with HD video recording to capture and a 3.7” Clear Black display.  We can only guess that the remainder of the specs are similar to the Lumia 710.

Where the 719 is destined is anyone's guess at this point. Could it be an AT&T version of the 710? An unlocked, budget oriented version of the 710? Hopefully more will come to light on the 719 next week at the 2012 Mobile World Congress. We'll be there and will try to shed some light on things.

Source: Bluetooth SIG (opens in new tab) via: Liveside (opens in new tab)

George is the Reviews Editor at Windows Central, concentrating on Windows 10 PC and Mobile apps. He's been a supporter of the platform since the days of Windows CE and uses his current Windows 10 Mobile phone daily to keep up with life and enjoy a game during down time.

  • "The Nokia 719 is a versatile, well-designed smartphone offering users easy and seamless to make the most of every moment, every day."
    Love the 719 non-description, LOL! Oh well, we'll find out soon enough, right?
  • It is going to be verizons shitty new windows phone. I'm bitter, want a 900.
  • VZ would really be sticking it to MS if they chose the 719 over the 900
  • They're sticking it to themselves IMHO. I moved 5 lines from big red to ATT last November because of their lack of support for windows phones.
  • Exctly, How is it better than the Trophy? LTE? I guess I'll wait until Apollo.
  • Where is the information that this is a Verizon phone coming from? I love the smaller form factor, which makes me doubt it's a LTE phone. LTE phones have been 4.3 inches or larger from observation.
  • Exactly what I was thinking. Will wait if Verizon receives 900 after AT&T. If not bye bye big red. Why would I want anything less than my Trophy!?
  • well it doesn't look shity if you have limited budget and you want to buy it off contract
  • I am anxiously waiting for a high end Nokia phone on Verizon as well, but I would go as far as to say that a second generation phone would somehow be worse than the trophy...
  • ???
  • I have a yr left before we jump from tmo to Verizon. Hopefully by then Verizon will have more windows option, otherwise I'll be stuck with the smaller windows screen.
  • Lets go Verizon!!! What the hell r u waiting for?