Rumours: Nokia Windows Phone, Nokia Ace to have 4.3″ AMOLED, 1800mAh and LTE 4G – AT&t Q1 2012. SeaRay+Sabre specifications inside.

| October 1, 2011 | 331 Replies

We got sent this by “anonymous tipster” so take this with massive pinches of salt. If any of this is true, you may be quite pleased. Apparently, they will ALL be announced on October 26th at Nokia World. Just 25 days away. You can see that SeaRay is indeed not the high end Nokia Windows Phone. But it is pretty decent. Then there’s an ace in Nokia’s sleeve. BTW whilst we’re talking high end, let’s not forget possible new Symbian stuff for next year too. :)

SeaRay specifications: (seen in various places now). Copy and pasted from the email:

  • Clear Black Display CBD
  • CarlZeiss
  • 8MP AF
  • 3.7″ amoled screen
  • 16gb internal storage
  • 1.4gHz processor
  • Mango WP7.5
  • battery 1540mAh

Sabre Specifications: (Recently leaked by Microsoft themselves)

  • interchangeable back cover
  • CBD
  • 25gb skydrive
  • 3.7″ LCD
  • 8gb internal storage
  • 5mp AF
  • 1.4gHz processor
  • Mango
Lastly the crown jewel which I have not seen anywhere. It departs slightly from the sea creature theme, though I am no fish expert.

Nokia Ace

  • 4.3″ amoled
  • 1800mAh
  • carl zeiss
  • 8mp AF
  • mango+
  • HSPA+ (YES THIS IS GOING TO BE NOKIA’S FIRST LTE 4G PHONE… COMING TO AT&T in usa IN Q1 2012)
  • CBD
  • 1.4 gHz processor
  • 16GB internal storage

Well, there you have it. On top of Nokia SeaRay and Nokia Sabre, both decent but not exactly high end devices, there is potentially something called the Nokia Ace, addressing the larger screen requirement. None have dual core at the moment, but that’s not present in any Windows Phone Mango device yet.  And for now, Dual Core is mostly just bragging rights – or a nice winter-warmer and battery killer.

These may all be announced at Nokia World 2011. Then at MWC there may be more in the way of Nokia high end.

 

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