Nokia Sea Ray isn’t the only Windows Phone to introduce by the Finnish mobile maker in this year, but there will be several phones running the new version of Windows Phone 7 OS. We already heard about the Nokia Sea Ray phone. A couple of days ago, a leak from Microsoft tells us that Nokia is also prepping another Windows Phone called, Nokia Sabre. But, the previous leak couldn’t provide the possible specifications of the Sabre handset. Well, both the Nokia SeaRay and the Sabre is touting to be the mid-range spec’d handset. Then what about an high-end Nokia Windows Phone? Yes! Nokia is definitely making an high-end Nokia Windows Phone and it will be called as Nokia Ace. The folks over My Nokia Blog have come up with some technical specifications of Nokia Ace along with the Nokia Sabre and Sea Ray phones.
The source is claiming that the Nokia Ace would be containing a 4.3-inch Super AMOLED display with Clear Black Display (CBD) enhancement, 1.4GHz processor, Carl Zeiss optics equipped 8 megapixel camera with LED flash, 16GB of internal storage, HSPA+ capability and a battery of 1,800mAh. The source is also claiming that Nokia Ace should be the first LTE 4G capable phone for AT&T in the U.S. But HSPA+ is definitely different from LTE.
There is also a mention of ‘Mango+’ term by the source. May be Mango+ is only for High ends devices.
Nokia Sabre is going to have Windows Phone 7.5 Mango, 3.7-inch LCD Clear Black display, 1.4GHz chipset inside, 5 megapixels camera with Auto-Focus, 8GB internal memory storage and it is also having 25Gb Skydrive support.
Nokia Sea Ray
Nokia Sea Ray phone is also having Windows Phone 7.5 Mango OS, 3.7-inch Super AMOLED Clear Black display, 1.4GHz single-core processor, an 8MP camera with Auto Focus * CarlZeiss optics, 16GB internal storage, and powered by 1540mAh battery under the hood.
Price & Availability
All the aforementioned Nokia Windows Phones might be announced at Nokia World 2011 event. So there is still yet word on the release date and the price info details of these phones.
Source: My Nokia Blog