Yet another Nokia handset running the Windows Phone operating system has been leaked, this time the Sabre, caught in blurry snaps online.
First sighted on GSMArena and later in WPCentral, the Sabre is an all-white kit running the latest Mango iteration of Microsoft’s OS and is the second, or possibly third, Nokia handset to be exposed before Nokia World this month, where they are expected to debut. It follows leaks of the Sea Ray and the 800, which may or may not be the same phone.
The low-res snap clearly shows the handset is a prototype unit, has a fairly wide bezel around its display, and for better or worse, rocks physical front-facing buttons unlike the Sea Ray/800.
Specs are still thin on the ground but according to GSMArena’s source, the Sable will pack a 1.4GHz processor with 1GB of RAM, a 3.5-inch LCD display with a WVGA resolution and a five-megapixel rear-mounted snapper (there’s no sign a front-facing cam).
The tipster also reveals the Sabre will cost in the region of 300-350 euros for the SIM free unlocked version, so it should be pretty cheap on contracts.
We'll be bringing you all the news from the annual Nokia World expo next week. Stay tuned for more details.