Snaps of the hitherto unseen Nokia E6-00 messaging mobile have cropped up online, as Espoo gears up for the Mobile World Congress (MWC) later this month.
In news that surely won’t surprise anyone, the business-focused handset packs a physical QWERTY keyboard, a trad-dad candy bar form factor and will run Symbian3.
It also features a BlackBerry-esque trackpad for navigating around menus and apps and is rumoured to house a VGA touchscreen and eight-megapixel snapper with LED flash, too.
Nokia has yet to confirm its plans for the MWC. However, rumours have been rife that the event will be marked by a super high-end NSeries smartphone running on its proprietary Meego operating system.
Reports that the so-called N9, which will apparently house a 4.2-inch AMOLED display and 13-megapixel camera, is debuting at the event initially stemmed from a Tweet from influential Nokia watcher and blogger Josue Gimenez.
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