It was nearly a month ago that we first got wind of the Nokia Lumia 719 thanks to a Bluetooth SIG listing, and now it appears that the phone itself has decided to show its face to the whole Internet. The shot you see above was recently posted to Chinese microblogging site Weibo along with a claim that the phone will be headed to China Telecom at some point. No other details about the device were given, but the aforementioned Bluetooth SIG listing mentioned that the Lumia 719 will feature a 3.7-inch ClearBlack display and 5-megapixel camera, features that are also present in the currently-available Lumia 710.
So far there's been no mention of when the Lumia 719 might be made official or which carriers it might be hitting other than China Telecom. However, the Bluetooth SIG filing from last month did say that the 719 is expected to be coming to North and South American as well as Asia, so it's possible that we could eventually see the handset hit Stateside. Nokia is planning to hold a Lumia launch event in China on March 28th, so it may not be much longer before the Lumia 719 makes its official debut. Stay tuned!