News & Reviews: Nokia Moneypenny
Last Updated: Jan 02, 2014
The recently revealed Nokia Lumia 635 or codenamed Moneypenny may also have 4G LTE connectivity, on top of having dual active 3G dual SIM support. This rumour comes courtesy of evleaks who has leaked another Moneypenny screenshot this time with 4G LTE. Unfortunately it looks like it won't be 4G LTE for both SIMS as there is one active. The Moneypenny looks to be headed to China, India and other emerging markets where dual-SIM is used a lot. Still no news on Malaysia release dates or pricing, but we'll let you know as soon as we do.
Last Updated: Dec 26, 2013
While some Nokia codenamed devices have been shot down, others seem to be on the rise as the Nokia Moneypenny, looks to be coming out soon. The Nokia Moneypenny appears to be Nokia's first dual-SIM Lumia smartphone, as the leaked screenshot of the device shows two SIM cards active with 3G running on both SIMs. Other tech specs and features include the fact that the leaked image, coming courtesy of evleaks, matches a 720 x 1280 pixel resolution when enlarged. This could mean that the Moneypenny would have a 720p display. It is also likely that the smartphone could be called the Nokia Lumia 630. Unfortunately, there don't seem to be any other available details like Malaysia release dates or pricing, but stay tuned and we'll keep you updated.
Last Updated: Nov 11, 2013
Nokia has a habit of giving codenames to their upcoming products and devices. A recent leak by serial leaker evleaks shows that Nokia has 5 new codenames coming up in the form of Goldfinger, Moneypenny, Normandy, Phantom and Spinel. Both Goldfinger and Moneypenny are based on James Bond names but there isn't any clue yet which products these codenames are related to. The Spinel codename on the other hand could be related to another metal-clad smartphone or device. For the most part evleaks has been very accurate with all these Nokia codenames, so we should expect another 5 new Nokia devices soon. However, this is still a rumour so do take it with a small pinch of salt.