We’re but a mere 14 hours away from the long-awaited unveiling of Nokia’s first ever Windows Phone 7 handsets, and it seems they just can’t keep the spigot plugged. A set of images seemingly detailing not one, but two of the handsets set to be announced has just leaked out.
The photos were obtained by WinRumors. They appear to be of an interactive display of some sort, such as a touchscreen kiosk (like you might expect to see at Nokia World) or a site set to go live shortly after the announcement.
Of course, it’s still entirely possible that Nokia still has another handset or two up their sleeves. We’ll be on the lookout for any and all further details during tonight’s keynote (which, for the curious, begins at around 1 a.m. pacific, as Nokia World takes place in London.)
Here’s what we can parse out of the images (they’re a bit blurry):
The Nokia Lumia 800 (Previously known as “Sea Ray”, and modeled after Nokia’s N9):
- Dimensions: 116.5 x 61.2 x 12.1 mm
- Weight with battery: 142 grams
- 512mb accessible RAM
- no microSD slot
The Nokia Lumia 710 (Previously known as “Sabre”):
- 119 x 62.4 x 12.5mm
- 8GB internal storage, no microSD slot
You can find another pair of images, mostly showing a rather tough to read spec list, over at WinRumors.