Sometime back we brought to you news from our trusted sources that Lumia 929 launch has been delayed till end of January to February and that MWC may see first Lumia devices without Nokia branding. You can read that one month old report by clicking here.

Frankly speaking, I was not personally convinced with the ‘Lumia sans Nokia branding coming to MWC‘ bit, as it seemed too early for MS-Nokia deal closure. But, now the fact that Nokia is already treating “Devices and Services” division as discontinued operations gives enough evidence to put more faith in the tip.

If you aren’t aware, Nokia is going to present Q4 and 2103 results in a new format and will report the Devices & Services business as discontinued operations.

After receiving shareholder approval of the pending sale of substantially all of its Devices & Services business at our Extraordinary General Meeting in November last year, Nokia is reporting substantially all of its Devices & Services business as discontinued operations in its fourth quarter 2013 and full year 2013 results report.

Read More about Nokia’s CEO pick and Q4 / 2013 results info by clicking here.

If you are curious to know what all may show up at MWC, then we have a probable list for you from various leaks.

RM-964 is the 5.2 inch Lumia Flagship which can feature 1080p display and 20 MP camera and may run on Snapdragon 800 processor. According to an earlier tip it may sport Lumia 925 like Aluminum body design.

RX-115 which can come as Lumia 2020 is Nokia’s second WinRT Tab with 8.3 inch Full HD display. It may be launched at an economical price if price quoted in Zauba listing is some indication.

RM-980 aka Nokia Normandy is a very interesting device, in fact after so many cries for a Nokia + Android phone from every corner of the world, it may actually be the first Nokia with Android.

RM-977, RM-978RM-976 aka  Lumia 630 / Lumia 635 is the first Lumia with Dual-Sim support and has a 4.5 inch display size. The quoted pricing though is prototype pricing, but still may hint about Nokia’s plan to bring it as a real challenger to low to mid-range Dual-Sim Androids.