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Nokia looks set to produce yet more Symbian powered smarties, with the emergence of four new handsets in a leaked spec sheet.

Codenamed Cindy (Nokia 600), Fate (Nokia 500), Helen (Nokia 701) and Zeta (Nokia 700), the hitherto unseen smartphones inspired by girls’ names were exposed in what appear to be snaps of a specs display on Thai tech site Flashfly.net

Two of these will have NFC chips on board – The Cindy and The Zeta – while all of them will be home to a 1GHz processor to provide the requisite grunt.

Nokia Helen Zeta leaked specs

The Helen, aka Nokia 701, appears to be the most advanced of the bunch, packing a 3.5-inch LCD ClearBlack display, Symbian Belle and an eight-megapixel camera. According to the document, this’ll be the successor to the C7.

The Zeta (Nokia 700), meanwhile, is being dubbed the ‘thinnest smartphone’ ever. This will sport a smaller 3.2-inch AMOLED display and also run Symbian Belle. Unfortunately, the camera resolution is not visible in the leaked doc.

Nokia Cindy Fate leaked specs

The Cindy (Nokia 600) boasts a 3.2-inch AMOLED panel and a five-megapixel, but lacks NFC. And finally, the Fate (Nokia 500), which also comes with a five-megapixel camera, looks like will be marketed towards the lower-end of the market.

It’s not clear if either the Nokia 600 or the 500 is the same handset as the Nokia N5 that also leaked yesterday, which features a 3.2-inch display and a five-megapixel camera.

In any case, we can expect to find out for sure at the Nokia World expo this October.

Source: Flashfly

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