Nokia is truly cooking up something special after all the recent news regarding potential handsets on the horizon from the cell phone
manufacturing giant. This time around we are greeted to the possible specs of the Nokia N87 Vasco, which was first heard back last December, and how it focuses on some new features not traditionally found on Nokia's handsets. The N87 Vasco looks to sport a 3.7” AMOLED capacitive touchscreen, 12-megapixel camera with Carl Zeiss optics & Xenon flash, Wi-Fi, GPS, FM radio & transmitter, ARM Cortex 8 CPU at 600 MHz, 256MB of RAM, and 16GB / 32GB of internal memory. Not only does it pack one sick camera, it also has infrared night vision tacked on to it – something that could potentially come in handy. Nokia isn't messing around in the wake of the Android onslaught that seemingly is building up steam, but it's nice to see they're really looking at taking it seriously when it comes to the smartphone market. Like a lot of speculated information, there's no word when this alleged handset will be announced – so now we have to cross our fingers and play
the waiting game.
source: Be Geek
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