Finnish mobile phone maker Nokia is gearing up for the release of new handsets in the near future, and one of them has just emerged on the company's website as the Nokia 710.
Some specifications for this device are also available, although not all of them are as consistent as one might have wanted them to be, MyNokiaBlog notes
For example, the new device was listed at Nokia with the Maemo OS on board, which is quite strange, since the platform was dumped not too long ago, when Nokia
announced the alliance with Intel aimed at the release of MeeGo.
Even so, the rest of the phone's specs show that it is a pretty appealing device, and also put it in line with some of the currently available Windows Phone devices out there.
Nokia is expected to make its first device running under Microsoft's mobile platform
official as soon as this month, and might release them on shelves in November.
The fact that Nokia listed the new phone with Maemo on board might be their way of hiding the fact that this device could run under Windows Phone, although Symbian is not out of the question either.
The hardware specifications that this new Nokia 710 mobile phone might arrive on the market with include a 1.4GHz application processor, complemented by 512MB of RAM.
Moreover, the new device would also include a 3.7-inch touchscreen display capable of delivering an 800 x 480 pixel resolution. On the back, it should sport a 5-megapixel camera.
It should also pack 8GB of internal memory, which indeed suggests that Windows Phone could be the OS powering this device.
Not to mention that recent stats from Occasional Gamer also mention a Windows Phone
handset that sports the name of Nokia 710.
For the time being, nothing has been officially unveiled on the new device, and we should wait for a formal unveiling to learn more on what the new handset might be all about.