Much of the focus of today may be on HTC and its new One (M8), but thanks to Nokia, Windows Phone fans have something to get excited about as well.
Nokia today posted a teaser for Microsoft's upcoming Build Developer Conference, which will take place at The Moscone Center in San Francisco, Calif., from April 2 through April 4. Unsurprisingly, Nokia doesn't say exactly what it's got planned for the show, but it does hint that it's got "some treats lined up." The company is also focusing on the word "more," placing it in a teaser image and including the hashtag #moreLumia.
We'll just have to wait until April 2 rolls around to find out what Nokia has in store for Build, but with Microsoft expected to formally unveil Windows Phone 8.1 at the show, it's possible that we could see some new Nokia-made hardware to go along with it. The rumor mill has made mention of three upcoming Nokia Lumia devices: the Lumia 930, Lumia 630 and the "Goldfinger." The Lumia 930 and 630 are expected to be high-end and entry-level models, respectively, while the Goldfinger is a mysterious device that'll purportedly have a "3D Touch" feature that can detect interactions without its display being touched.
So that's what we've got right now. The good news is that April 2 is just a week away, so it won't be long before all is revealed. What do you hope to see from Nokia at its #moreLumia event?