By Stephen Schenck | July 5, 2011 4:40 PM
Early last week, we learned of the existence of four upcoming Nokia Symbian smartphones, followed shortly thereafter by getting a look at the first series of pictures depicting one of the the four, the Nokia 700 Zeta. The Zeta continues to be the most newsworthy of the four Nokias, making its second appearance since its reveal, this time with some with some professional-looking renders.
The handset in these shots clearly matches what we saw earlier as the Zeta, though thankfully with a bit more tasteful of a color scheme than the earlier black-and-magenta. We also get another brief glimpse at the Symbian Belle home screen, looking very Androidy.
What do we know about the Zeta? None of these specs have been confirmed, but so far we expect the smartphone to have a 1GHz single-core processor, support NFC transmissions, and feature a relatively petite 3.2-inch display. That screen should use AMOLED technology, and come in a 640 x 360 resolution. Nokia claims the Zeta will be super-thin; the 10mm we’ve been quoted isn’t bad, but it’s not the thinnest around by a long shot. We’re still waiting to hear on some other important specs, like memory and storage.