To date, Nokia has officially announced three different Windows Phone-powered Lumia handsets, but tonight it seems that the Bluetooth Special Interest Group may have prematurely outed a fourth. A listing over at the Bluetooth SIG's website has been discovered for a device referred to as the Nokia Lumia 719, a smartphone that's whose availability is said to include Asia, North America and South America. The page also mentions that the Lumia 719 will feature a 3.7-inch ClearBlack display and 5-megapixel camera with HD video capture.
Both of the features listed for the Lumia 719 on the Bluetooth SIG's site are also present on the Lumia 710, so right now it's not yet clear what makes the 719 different. The good news is that Mobile World Congress is going down next week and Nokia's already rumored to be announcing the Lumia 610 an international version of the Lumia 900 at the show, so it's possible that we could see the Lumia 719 there too. Until then, feel free to mosey on down to the comments section below and leave a guess as to what you think the 719 may be all about.