Nokia is preparing to launch two new Windows Phone devices tomorrow, reports Winrumors. The two new devices are the Lumia 800, formerly known as Sea Ray and the Lumia 710 and will be introduced by Nokia CEO Stephen Elop at tomorrow’s Nokia World keynote.
The devices will be coming to European markets in November, with the US following suit shortly thereafter.
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The Lumia 800 appears to look a lot like the N9. The specs on the leaked images look solid, if not all that surprising:
- 142 g
- 512mb RAM
- No SD card slot
- 390 hour idle time on 2G, 380 hr idel time on 3G
- 5hr talk time on 3G
- 50hr music playback time
The Lumia 710 looks to be the lower end device, although there are less specs on display. It does seem to be a smaller device though.
We will have coverage of Nokia World and these new devices tomorrow so be sure to check back then.
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