By Anton D. Nagy | October 20, 2011 9:14 AM
The phone in this image is allegedly a prototype of the upcoming Nokia Sabre Windows Phone we’ve been hearing about straight from Microsoft’s mouth. After recently seeing the Nokia 800 (SeaRay) press renders, the anticipation is building up around Espoo and the Windows Phones it will launch next week.
According to the source, Sabre features a 1.4GHz processor much like recent wave-two devices, 1GB of RAM, a 3.5-inch WVGA screen, five-megapixel camera and a price tag of around 300-350 EU (around $410-$480). It most definitely should sport the compulsory Back, Home and Search Windows Phone buttons but due to Mr. Blurrycam, the image is burned out. Together with the 800, it will likely be unveiled by Nokia at the upcoming World event, a gathering where Steve Ballmer has tipped “a bunch” of Windows Phones and Andy Lees is building up the buzz for “a wide range” of Nokia devices.