The rumors just keep on coming, don't they? Now The Verge has sources who are saying that Nokia has a pair of Windows Phones in the works for three of the U.S. major carriers. First up is AT&T who is expected to be the primary carrier partner, and has plans to carry the oft-discussed 'Phi'. That exclusive device is going to be labeled 'hero' status just like its predecessor, and may also carry over the "large curved glass display" as well as the polycarbonate unibody construction.
Then there's a new device to discuss, which is codenamed the 'Arrow'. This mysterious Windows Phone 8 device is going to be a mid-range handset that will be available on AT&T as well as T-Mobile. Meanwhile Verizon will be receiving a duplicate of the same mid-ranger, only there's is codenamed the 'Atlas'. The distinction is most likely the difference in radios required (GSM vs. CDMA).
Tom Warren hasn't steered us wrong before with the rumors, but once again that's just what it is for now. We're also curious as to where the Sprint Nokia WP8 device has gone, especially because The Verge was the first to report about such a device. As we get closer to the event, more rumors are popping up and some of them are just hard to believe. So keep calm and scrutinize on, because it's going to get wild in the couple of weeks and you don't want to be too gullible.
Source: The Verge