While many mobile enthusiasts were a little disappointed over Nokia’s presence at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain, some leaked images and details on the blogosphere are indicating that the company is in fact working on its popular X-series device.
If the video released on YouTube is believed to be true, the Finnish mobile phone heavyweight is prepping a Symbian^3 Nokia X10 (not to be confused with the two X10 models from Sony Ericsson which were launched at MWC last week), the new addition to its X-series which primarily targets young people for its advanced gaming and other entertainment options.
As per the video, which has been removed from YouTube and re-uploaded on German site “BestBoyz”, the new handset appears Symbian^3 powered and boasts of some magnificent features to lure a younger audience.
The handset’s specifications include a 3.2-inch AMOLED capacitive touchscreen display, a 5-megapixel camera with the company’s signature Carl Zeiss optics and Xenon Flash, along with microSD support.
In addition, the handset has a slide-out QWERTY keyboard for easy texting, 32GB or 16GB internal storage capacity, a 600MHz ARM Cortex A8 CPU, 256MB RAM, Wi-FI, HSDPA connectivity options, A-GPS, as well as multiple auto-rotating homescreens.
However, there’s no official word or speculations about the launch-date of what could be the first X-series device from the labs of Nokia.