Nokia looks set to reveal three Windows Phone 8 handsets at its Nokia World event that begins in New York on 5 September.

Earlier this week, a 4.3-inch Nokia Windows Phone 8 display was leaked on the internet and now WMPower has got word on a further two devices. Pictured above, the 4.3-inch display handset sits in the middle of the three and has now had a homescreeen (badly) photoshopped on to it. 

However, the left-hand device is said to be the Nokia Phi, the only one of the three to be named. Sporting a 4.65-inch HD display, dual-core processor, NFC and LTE, this looks set to be the hero of Nokia’s first Windows Phone 8 offering.

Finally the device on the right is the smallest of the three with a display that allegedly measures just 4 inches.

Nokia appears to have opted for soft keys rather than hard and though WMPower has claimed all three will have front-facing cameras, the holes at the top of the device – particularly on the 4.3-inch and 4-inch models – could just be light sensors. 

All will be revealed at Nokia’s two-day Nokia World event that runs on 5-6 September.

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