Mobile World Congress is getting close, and today Nokia has released a brief video to tease what it's got up its sleeve for the big show. The clip doesn't show any glimpses of hardware or anything like that, instead cycling through some high quality images of a snowy scene along with lines like "Pure detail," "Pure depth" and "Pure definition." The end of the 22-second video tells us to "Get ready to capture a pure view" and then shows the Nokia name and a date of February 27th, 2012, which just so happens to be the day that MWC kicks off.
So just is Nokia teasing with this new clip? Only Elop and Co. know for sure, but a rumor from earlier this month claimed that the Finnish company is planning to use MWC to show a Symbian device dubbed the Nokia 808 PureView, a handset that may be the Nokia 803 that we saw leak with a large camera hump on its backside. The good news is that we're now less than a week away from MWC, so this mystery won't remain that way for long. You can check out Nokia's teaser clip down below.
Via The Nokia Blog