According to a report by Forbes, Nokia will launch 12 new Windows Phone devices in 2012 and a select few will be packing dual-core processors. It seems that these phones will be powered by ST-Ericsson’s U8500 system-on-a-chip (SOC) package, which provides support for ARM Cortex-A9 dual core processors. We already know that Nokia is hard at work on developing their first Windows Phone device and while the company has set 2012 as the target its widely believed that Nokia CEO Stephen Elop is pressing hard to get the phone finished and shipped before the end of this year. For my two cents I hope they do because I am still in love with the concepts images they put out a while back (seen at left).
To read all the details, check out the full post over at Forbes.