The device is expected to have a 1.4GHz processor under the hood, along with 1GB of RAM. The WVGA display measures 3.5 inches and there is a 5MP camera on back. Pocketnow's source says to expect the device to sell for $410-$480. Oh, if you're concerned that the device doesn't show the three typical buttons for Windows Phone devices, well you can chalk that up to the person taking the picture who apparently has been taking lessons from Mr. Blurrycam.
While it would seem that Nokia will possibly have a pair of Windows Phone Mango devices to display at Nokia World, there actually could be more. Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer says that Nokia will show off a "bunch" of phones at the conference using Microsoft's mobile OS while Andy Lees, president of Microsoft's Windows Phone Division, says to expect a "wide range" of handsets from Nokia.