The first press shots of Nokia’s upcoming handset, the 800, has leaked online, giving eager smartfans the first proper look at Espoo’s debut Windows Phone effort.
Images obtained by PocketNow reveal a kit that looks almost exactly like the Sea Ray device that we’ve already seen crop up several times since Nokia boss Stephen Elop first showed off to journos back in June and then leaked again this month.
This time, though, we get a better view of the phone, which comes in three colours: black, blue and pink, and boasts a minimalist design in a slick metal shell very similar to that of the MeeGo-powered N9. It’s hard to tell, though, if the bottom navigation buttons are touch-sensitive or virtual. However, our source tells us it’s definitely the latter.
Features on board include a 3.7-inch AMOLED ‘ClearBlack Display’ screen, a 1.4GHz single-core processor and 16GB of internal storage. It’s not yet known what camera resolution it’ll pack, but we’re expecting at least an eight-megapixel number like the N9.
Nokia is due to hold its annual Nokia World expo this time next week, where it’s expected to officially unveil the 800 and possibly others, running Microsoft’s platform. So stay tuned.