Word on the street is that Nokia is all set to roll out its brand new products namely the Lumia 900 and the Lumia 719 at the upcoming Consumer Electronic Show, to be held in January 2012 in Las Vegas.
Apparently, the rumours started with a self proclaimed anonymous Nokia employee revealing the ‘secret plans' of the Finnish phone maker for CES 2012 to the DGui team.
And as one could guess, like most other rumours floating around on the Web, the rumours of Nokia unveiling Lumia 719 and 900 have yet to be backed any concrete statements or details from the company.
The Lumia 900 is likely to be pretty similar to the Lumia 800, but with a larger 4.3 inch toucscreen display alongside 4G LTE connectivity.
And about the other device, the Nokia Lumia 719, there is simply not much information available. However, judging by the model number (that's all we have as of now), it is highly likely that the 719 will be an enhanced version of the current Lumia 710 model.
All speculation aside, we will just have to wait until the CES in January to learn more about Nokia's plans for its mobile phone line.