Nokia Releasing Four 1GHz Symbians?

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A mysterious Nokia Symbian device came to our attention early this morning, running what looks like the post-Anna Symbian Belle update. While that smartphone was allegedly the N5, it seems Nokia has a whole lot more similar devices in the works, as we can see in some some docs that purport to reveal four new upcoming Symbian devices.

Sadly, the angle of these shots cut off the specs for some, and the provenance of the images is a bit suspect due to numerous typos, but they’re fascinating nonetheless. We can see that at least two, the 701 Helen and 700 Zeta, are supposed to ship running Belle, and all four will be outfitted with 1GHz processors, making them the speediest Symbians around.

All four Symbians look to be quite reasonably-sized, with screens in the 3.2-3.5 inch range. The display technologies vary between the devices, as do options like NFC support. The 701 Helen looks like it will be the workhorse of the group, with the 700 Zeta representing a slimmer alternative. The 600 Cindy will be media-focused, and the 500 Fate will be the cheapest of the lot, for the budget-conscious.

We wish we had more to go on, and some idea of when to expect these smartphones, but this is still quite the tantalizing teaser.

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Source: Flashfly

Via: My Nokia Blog

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