By Evan Blass | November 26, 2010 10:40 AM
Nokia seems to have a touchscreen handset being called the X7-00 that looks nearly production-ready, based on a now-pulled YouTube video (which we’ve re-uploaded below). Originally appearing in Czech forum Modryzub, the device is said to run Symbian^3, the same operating system as its recently-released flagship, the N8, as well as the E7, C7, and C6-01. No screen size was given, although resolution is said to be the same 360 x 640 as on many newer Nokia phones, including the S60-powered X6. Photos indicate an eight-megapixel camera with dual LED flash as well as four total speakers, while reports put RAM at 245MB and storage at just 450MB (we suspect that 8GB or more of flash NAND is also on board).
Nokia has also apparently added a fourth homescreen to the device, although specific preloaded applications — other than the Need for Speed game seen in the video — are unknown. With specs so similar to that recently-released C7, it has been suggested that this may essentially be the same phone in a new case with a few enhancements.