Looks like Nokia is gearing for reviving the lost glory of their powerful N-Series with Symbian Anna OS. Not so long ago we saw the Finnish mobile phone manufacturer launching the Nokia N9 running MeeGo OS. Nokia N5, which is expected to launch before the Nokia’s first ever Windows Phone comes out has been spotted and captured in the wild. A South African website Excelluar has posted few leaked images of the upcoming device which is going to be available in black and white colors initially (check out the pictures after the break).
From the pictures, it looks that the device will sport a 3.2 or 3.5-inch touchscreen display (AMOLED ?), we can also see a front-facing camera on the top and a 5 megapixel camera around its back with LED flash but lacking the usual Carl Zeiss optics that the other models like Nokia N8 and Nokia N9 are having. There are three hardware buttons for Call Start, End along with a Menu button in the middle. The white colored version of the phone will have a greenish back. It looks to be a mid-range budget Symbian touchscreen phone which will replace the existing Symbian S60 5th Edition running phones in the market. For more pictures, hit the source link after the break.
[Source: Excellular] [Via: GSMArena]
1 thought on “Symbian Anna OS Powered Nokia N5 Spotted In Leaked Pictures”
That’s not Symbian Anna, it looks more like Bella to me. Notice the shrunken notification bar? That’s a Bella thing. Anna has the same notification area as all other Symbian ^3 or S60.