The Nokia 801
might be the last great Symbian smartphone
, ending years of history, and it’s expected to be a very capable device. It’s rumored to succeed the camera-centric Nokia N8 and offer some impressive optics, and now an image has leaked out, allegedly showing the Nokia 801 in flesh.
The pictured handset is running on Symbian Belle, but the most interesting thing about is that it looks like a Nokia Lumia 800
, or Nokia N9, if you wish - with the same curved screen and unibody construction. That confirms a previously leaked photograph allegedly showing the upcoming device.
If we listen to the churns of the rumor mill, the Nokia 801 would have a 4-inch ClearBlack AMOLED display
with a resolution of only 360 by 640 pixels. Hardware-wise, it should come with a 1.4GHz processor and 512MB of RAM. A 12-megapixel auto-focus camera with a dual LED flash (a downgrade from the Xenon flash we saw in the N8) and 1080p video recording will reside on the back.
How do you like this possibly last big Symbian-running Nokia? Stay tuned as we expect to see it at MWC in Barcelona kicking off in mere weeks.